The WHO reported that 372000 people die annually from drowning.
Even though this holiday is surrounded by food, it does not mean that you have to be unhealthy. Here are six ways you can stay healthy during the holidays.
Starting off your morning right is important. Here are five things not to do in the morning.
The American College of Physicians' guidelines recommend patients with recurrent kidney stones to drink fluids that can produce at least two liters of urine per day.
Instead of becoming blindsided, prepare yourself by packing these 10 essential health items into your everyday bag.
During workdays, try to avoid sitting at your desk all the time by taking small walks or answering your phone while standing.
The recent deaths of two high school football players underscore the danger faced by athletes if they drink too much water or too many sports drinks, according to a new study.
Instead of staying indoors all the time with the air conditioning on full blast, people can enjoy time outdoors without having to sweat too much by taking these preventive measures.
By acknowledging what is causing your dehydration, you can better treat it by nourishing your body with water when needed.
Population of the endangered Indus River dolphin is declining as more water is being used for irrigation and more part of the river is fragmented, according to a new study.
The analysis of the fractures in the icy surface of Pluto's giant moon Charon suggests that if its interior was warm, it could maintain a subterranean ocean of liquid water.
A new study found that fasting for an extended period of time can help reduce cholesterol levels for people with prediabetes.
After nearly 16 years, freshwater from the Colorado River flowed into the salty waters of the Gulf of California.
UN experts report that one billion people are still defecating outdoors.
NASA announced recently that its Curiosity Mars rover has drilled another hole in the Red Planet. It is almost a year since the robot last used the tools for digging up the martian ground, BBC reported.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.