The number of heart attacks increase the Monday following daylight savings, a new study reported.
Reading toddlers a story before nap time could improve their learning, a study reported.
Epidurals can lengthen delivery time by two hours or more without harming the baby, a new study reported.
In the past six years, the number of U.S. pets that have become obese has increased 37 percent for dogs and 90 percent for cats, according to an annual report from Banfield Pet Hospital. Diabetes and Arthritis in dogs has increased by 32 percent and 38 percent respectively.
Researchers from Boston Children's Hospital created an at-home tool for individuals from six different states to monitor their risk of strep throat.
A new study published in JAMA found that in 2008, eight drugs where approved faster due to expedited review.
In a new study, researchers found that college students who lied in their texts took longer to respond.
Researchers found that even though heart attack patients are getting treated faster than before, the mortality rate has not fallen.
A new survey conducted by a UK fitness center, Harpers Fitness, found that people spent around 39 percent of each hour of their time at the gym doing things, such as chatting or checking text messages, that are not related to exercising.
Australian researchers report that policies regarding maternity leave should be adjusted since breastfeeding exclusively can take up a lot of time.
Researchers confirmed that every minute counts for stroke patients.
Researchers report that spending more time prepping dinner leads to less time spent in the gym for American adults.
Smoking is bad for your health, but a new study reveals that a cigarette in the morning is even worse than a cigarette at night.
New research published in the August 2012 Journal issue of Psychological Science suggests that time flies when we're having goal-motivated fun.