- Depression May Affect How Our Brains Process Hate: Study
October 05 2011 11:26 AM
Study shows hate circuit broken depressed people.
- Less Smoking Would Save Millions of People From Dying of Tuberculosis: Study
October 05 2011 8:24 AM
Mathematical model shows impact of smoking on the world.
- Pale, Fair-Skinned People May Benefit From Vitamin D Supplements: Study
October 04 2011 7:29 PM
Study suggests that lighter-skinned people take vitamin D supplements.
- Mild Stroke Patients Should Be Checked for Depression, Visual Problems: Study
October 04 2011 2:37 PM
Study suggests that doctors check with mild stroke patients about depression and other effects.
- Discussing Your Drunken Escapades on Facebook? You May Have a (Drinking) Problem
October 04 2011 8:28 AM
Study suggests that students who discuss their drinking habits on Facebook may have problems.
- Bragging About Drunken Escapades on Facebook? Think Again
October 03 2011 10:05 PM
Study suggests that those who post drunk photos on Facebook will have alcohol problems in life.
- The 100 Foods Dr. Oz Wants in Your Shopping Cart [List]
October 01 2011 11:12 PM
Dr. Mehmet Oz, TV's most popular medical expert, wants to keep you looking and feeling your best, so he has posted a shopping list on his Web site with 100 foods to try.
- Breast Cancer Awareness Month: A History of Healing
October 01 2011 3:32 PM
October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month is all about spreading awareness and support about breast cancer and those whose lives have been affected by the disease.
- Blue-Collar Workers More Likely to Smoke Than Educators, Management: Study
September 30 2011 2:50 PM
Study shows that smoking is more common among blue-collar workers.
- Women Have Genetically Stronger 'X-Factor' Than Men – Study
September 28 2011 11:21 PM
Scientists have given a new meaning to the X chromosome factor makes the female of the species more robust than their male counterparts. The new study says that women are also less likely to develop cancer.
- Teens More Likely to Drink The Way Their Romantic Partners' Friends Drink: Study
September 28 2011 4:41 PM
Teenagers are more likely to copy the drinking patterns of their romantic partners' friends than those of their own friends or romantic partners, a new study shows.
- New Jersey Lawmakers Urge Health Officials to Tackle Concussion Problem in Youth Sports
September 28 2011 3:21 PM
New Jersey lawmakers urge CDC to create national standards to deal with problem of concussions in youth sports.
- Teens Turn to Other Vices As Result of Sleep Deprivation
September 27 2011 10:14 AM
Grumpy teens who are not getting the recommended amount of sleep tend to engage in more risky, unhealthy acts, say researchers from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- U.S. Doctors Overtreat Patients for Fear of Malpractice Suits: Study
September 27 2011 3:28 AM
A new poll states that Americans receive too much health and medical care. Around 42 per cent of the U.S. primary care physicians believe that their patients are receiving too much medical care.
- Coffee Reduces Risks of Depression Among Women: Research
September 27 2011 12:40 AM
Regular consumption of two or more cups of the caffeinated beverage helps women lower the risks of developing depression, researchers of Harvard University found.
- Dog Owners Get More Exercise Thanks to Their Furry Friends, Poll Shows
September 26 2011 6:56 PM
Dog owners are more likely than non-dog owners to get exercise they need.
- Maggots May Help Heal Diabetic Wounds: Study
September 26 2011 4:35 PM
Researchers used Maggot Debridement Therapy to treat wounds in diabetics.
- Less Hospitals Offer Formula Samples to Mothers of Newborns: Study
September 26 2011 3:32 PM
Study shows that hospitals are not offering industry formula sample packs as much as they did three years ago.
- New Computational Analysis Forecasts New Targets to Control HIV
September 24 2011 4:59 AM
Computational scientists have forecasted the presence of numerous human proteins that are required by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to replicate itself. These, constitute a powerful resource for experimentalists who desire to discover new targets for human proteins that can control the spread of HIV, noted study authors.
- Scientists Suggest Anti-Aging Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Diseases
September 24 2011 3:44 AM
Scientists at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and the Georgia Institute of Technology have shown they can turn back the biological clock in human adult stem cells, which helps regenerate old or damaged tissues.