Experts Questions Study Claiming Red, Processed Meats OK To EatA review of recent research concludes eating red meat may not be as bad as once thought. But not all experts agree.
Red And Processed Meat Are OK To Eat, Controversial New Guidelines Claim. Don't Believe It, Leading Experts SayLeading nutritional experts in the United States and the UK are fired up about new dietary recommendations claiming there's no need to reduce your red and processed meat intake for good health.
Parents Who Read To Their Child On A Tablet End Up Having Less Interaction Together, New Study FindsThe joy of bedtime stories is twofold for parents: They can coax their children to sleep and use it as an excuse to snuggle up with their little ones. To maximize parent-child bonding, though, a study says parents are better off reading to their children from a print book than from a tablet.
Being Happier Will Help You Live Longer, So Learn How To Be HappierIf you could wish for just one thing, would it be happiness or a long life? Given what researchers tell us, one is likely to produce the other.
Can Marijuana Help Treat Autism Symptoms? A New Study Aims To Find OutTucked away in the quiet English countryside on more than 47 acres, GW Pharmaceuticals is doing something no other drug company can do: produce the only cannabis-based medication ever approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
CDC Study: Deer With Tuberculosis Can Transmit Bacteria To PeopleThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning hunters that deer with tuberculosis can transmit the bacteria to humans.
Hot Flashes Connected To Heart Attacks And Cognitive Decline, Studies SayScience is discovering hot flashes are much more than just a sweaty sign of menopause -- their frequency or severity may also be linked to heart problems, stroke and cognitive decline later in a woman's life.
Yes, Cats Really Do Bond With People, Study Says, Even If They Don't Always Show ItSome cats may seem a little more aloof than dogs, but they respond to the people they've bonded with in a similar way, according to a new study.
University Of Maryland Gets $200M Contract For Flu ResearchThe University of Maryland has received a $200 million contract to research seasonal flu vaccines.
Using Hand Sanitizer May Be Giving You A False Sense Of SecurityA new study shows that quickly smearing an ethanol-based hand sanitizer onto your hands probably won't kill those cold and flu bugs.
Most Young Children Shouldn't Drink Plant-Based Milk, New Health Guidelines SayMost children under the age of 5 should avoid plant-based milk, according to new health guidelines.
Medical Guidelines Say Daily Aspirin Is Too Risky For Most Healthy People. A New Study Says Some Can BenefitThe study found that aspirin reduces the risk of heart problems for at-risk patients and for some patients without a known risk of cardiovascular disease
Shorter People Are At A Greater Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Study SaysShorter people are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study published Monday in the journal Diabetologia.
Mouthwash After Exercise May Counter A Workout's Blood-Pressure-Lowering Benefits, Study FindsA new study found using antibacterial mouthwash after working out negated the blood-pressure-lowering effects of exercise.
Scientists Have Identified The Genes Linked To Left-HandednessFor the first time, scientists have identified the genetic differences associated with left-handedness, a trait found in 10% of the human population.