Gen X Faces More Years Of Ill Health Than Baby Boomers, Study SuggestsPeople in their 40s and 50s are in worse physical shape than people in their 60s and early 70s were at the same age, according to a new study.
COVID-19 Cases in U.S Prisons 5 Times Higher, Death Rate 3 Times Higher Than General Population, Study SaysCoronavirus cases in U.S. prisons are five times higher than the general population and the death rate is three times higher, according to new research from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Schools of Public Health.
About A Fifth Of Adults In The US Have Moved Due To COVID-19 Or Know Someone Who Did, A New Study ShowsAround one-in-five adults in the US have either moved or know someone who did because of the Covid-19 outbreak, according to a new study published by the Pew Research Center on Monday.
Less Dream-Stage REM Sleep Linked To Higher Risk Of Death, Study SaysSpending less time in REM sleep is linked to a greater overall risk of death from any cause as well as from cardiovascular disease and other diseases except for cancer, a new study finds.
Infant Sleep Issues Linked To Mental Health Problems In Adolescents, Study SuggestsSleep problems in early childhood may be linked to the development of certain mental health disorders in adolescence, according to new research.
DC, Baltimore Among Worst-Run Cities In America, Study SaysWashington D.C. and Baltimore are among the worst-run cities in America, in a new study.
Get Better Sleep By Cuddling Up With Your Partner, New Study FindsWant to get a better night's sleep? Get ready to spoon and snuggle with your spouse, partner or loved one all night long.
Belly Fat In Older Women Is Linked To A 39% Higher Risk Of Dementia Within 15 Years, Study SaysFor older adults, your current belly size could be a key indicator in whether you develop dementia within the next decade or two. For women that risk is particularly high.
Taxing Sugar Levels In Soda Could Prevent 2M US Cases Of Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Study SaysTaxes on sugary drinks, a new study has revealed, can lead to major health gains and reductions in health care costs — but just how much of a benefit they provide can vary by the design of the tax.
Too Much Sitting Raises Your Risk For Cancer, Study FindsToo much sitting can raise your risk for cancer, according to a new study published Thursday in JAMA Oncology.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Ask If Survivor Plasma Could Prevent CoronavirusSurvivors of COVID-19 are donating their blood plasma in droves in hopes it helps other patients recover from the coronavirus. And while the jury's still out, now scientists are testing if the donations might also prevent infection in the first place.
Chocolate, Dairy, Fatty Foods Can Cause Acne, Study FindsIf you're an acne sufferer who has long thought chocolate, sweets, dairy and other fatty foods made your acne worse — even though your doctor said it was all in your head, not your face — you've been vindicated.
Anti-Anxiety Medication, Sleep Aid Use Spike Amid Coronavirus PandemicRecent data shows anti-anxiety medications and sleep aids have spiked during the coronavirus pandemic.
Probiotics Don't Do Much For Most People's Gut Health Despite The Hype, Review FindsA new report from the American Gastroenterological Association said that these so-called good bacteria don't do much for gut health — including digestive conditions like Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis or irritable bowel syndrome.
Negative Thinking Linked To Dementia In Later Life, But You Can Learn To Be More PositiveA new study found that repetitive negative thinking in later life was linked to cognitive decline and greater deposits of two harmful proteins responsible for Alzheimer's disease.