According to a new review published in the Cochrane Library, there's no good evidence that fans help during a heat wave.
There is an extraordinary trend in mental illness: an increase in the prevalence of reported anxiety disorders of more than 1,200 percent since 1980.
According to an ABC News report, nearly 30 percent of students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying.
Hypertension frequently coexists in patients with diabetes and a new University of Georgia study says the combined diseases could affect vision.
According to a new study, physical abuse may lead to poor heart health decades later and middle-aged women who were child abuse victims at increased risk for heart disease and diabetes.
According to researchers, contraceptive use likely prevents more than 272,000 maternal deaths from childbirth each year and could reduce maternal deaths by an addition 30 percent if needs are met globally.
Dengue fever, an infectious tropical disease caused by the dengue virus, affects between 50 and 100 million people in the tropics and sub tropics each year.
After many a reports and researches on the ill effects of skin getting sunburned, here is something quite contrary to the previous findings.
Researchers found that overweight and obese people did not have an increased risk of death when compared to those with normal weight.
After a federal review legal drive against pain killer Oxycodone makers is being implemented
After non-melanoma skin cancer it is breast cancer that is the most common cancer among women in the United States.
You might want to add an extra fruit to your diet - strawberries. According to a new study, strawberries could surprisingly have some added some extra benefits to your health.
A conference in Dublin heard on Wednesday that the Tobacco industry is rapidly targeting women and young girls, hoping to encourage them to smoke.
Nearly 1.4 million homes and businesses in the eastern United States remained without power amid a heat wave on Tuesday, and storm damage forced many Fourth of July celebrations to be canceled.
According to a new UCLA study, men and women suffering with advanced heart failure and obesity are at significantly less risk for adverse outcomes.