The life epectancy gap between white and black Americans has narrowed to a four-year difference, a new study reported.
The number of breast cancer diagnoses in black and white women has leveled off, a new study found.
According to a new study, risk factors for heart disease hit women and African-Americans the hardest.
Researchers devised a new test that can predict peoples' risk of experiencing a second kidney stone.
A new report found that the life expectancies for white and black Americans continue to vary throughout the country.
A new report found that testicular cancer cases are rising in young Hispanic white Americans.
A new study reported that people who ate two or more portions of white bread per day had a 40 percent increased risk of being overweight or obese.
Black boys aged 10 might not be viewed in the same light of childhood innocence as their white counterparts, according to a new study. Chances are that they might be mistaken as older, guilty and might face police violence in case of accusations.
The researchers reported that even though the infant mortality rates for both white and black babies have declined over the years, black babies are still dying at doubled the rate.
Researchers found that the color of your night-light could be tied to depressive symptoms.
South Asians may have to exercise more to increase their fitness level and reduce their diabetes risk, according to a new study.
A new study has linked race to sleep apnea. Even after accounting for body mass index, researchers found that sleep apnea severity is higher among African-American men in certain age groups.
Got bunions? A new study reveals that people should blame their family and not their shoes for their deformed toes.
The CDC reports that suicide rates for middle aged Americans have soared over the past decade.
Despite the gender stereotype that boys are better than girls at math, a new study reveals that male and female students earn similar grades in math and science.
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.