Babies Are Willing To Give Up Food, Showing Altruism Begins In Infancy, Study Says
Woman Dying From Pregnancy And Childbirth Is Still A Problem In The US, CDC Report ShowsThe number of women dying each year due to pregnancy or childbirth in the United States has remained steady and some women remain more at risk of death than others, according to a new government report.
Even Short-Term Exposure To Low Levels Of Air Pollution Can Increase Cardiac Arrest Risk, Study SaysShort-term exposure to air pollution is linked to a higher risk of sudden heart problems, especially among older people, according to a study published Monday.
Link Between Stress, Hair Turning Prematurely Gray Revealed In Animal StudyHarvard University scientists think they have the answer -- at least in mice.
Seven Sunscreen Chemicals Enter Bloodstream After One Use, FDA Says, But Don't Abandon Sun ProtectionAfter a single application, a total of seven chemicals commonly found in sunscreens can be absorbed into the bloodstream at levels that exceed safety thresholds, according to studies by the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, an arm of the US Food and Drug Administration.
Weed May Not Ease Sleep Problems, Especially For Regular Users, Studies SayResearch since the 1970s has shown mixed results on weed's sleep-aiding benefits.
Your Waist Size May Be More Important Than Weight For Multiple Heart Attack RiskHeart attack survivors who carry extra weight around their belly are at greater risk of another heart attack, new research has found, another reason why measuring your waist may be more important than stepping on the scale.
'Blue Monday' Depression Peak Isn't Real, But Seasonal Blues Are. Here's What Do To About ThemResearch hasn't proved that there is any one day more depressing than all the others, but it's actually a PR stunt that has unfortunately cemented itself into modern culture.
Less Sex Linked To An Earlier Menopause, Study FindsHaving sex less frequently could lead to an earlier menopause, a new study suggests.
Burnout Linked To Potentially Deadly Irregular Heartbeat, Study SaysIf you're feeling bone-deep mental and physical exhaustion, or what is otherwise known as burnout, new research suggests you could be at a higher risk for a potentially fatal heart flutter.
Most People Wait Too Long For Knee Replacement Surgery, Study SaysLiving with knee pain? A new study has found that 90% of Americans with osteoarthritis suffer too long before having a knee replacement that could improve their quality of life.
Increasing The Minimum Wage By $1 Could Reduce US Suicide Rates, Study FindsAn increase in the minimum wage could help prevent thousands of suicides every year among workers with a high school degree or less, especially during times when unemployment rates are higher.
Losing One Night's Sleep May Increase Risk Factor For Alzheimer's, Study SaysA preliminary study found the loss of one night's sleep in healthy young men increased the levels of tau protein in their blood compared to getting a complete night of uninterrupted sleep.
New Study To Monitor Ex-Soccer Stars For Early Signs Of DementiaResearchers have launched a new study that hopes to better understand the link between playing soccer and developing dementia.
Study Finds No Statistically Significant Link Between Talc Powder And Ovarian Cancer, But Questions RemainRecent high-profile court cases have raised concerns that women who use talc-based powder around their genital area may be at a risk for ovarian cancer, but a new study says that might not be the case.