Treating depression in dialysis patients can help improve outcomes and also reduce treatment cost, a new study suggests.
Exposure to loud noise doesn't just damage ears, but even changes the way the brain handles speech sounds, a new study shows.
Some birth control pills can raise breast cancer risk in women, a new study suggests.
Ebola may be present in more animals than previously thought, according to researchers studying the virus. So far, it has been detected in chimpanzees, gorillas, fruit bats, monkeys, antelopes, porcupines, rodents, dogs, pigs and humans.
Americans are buying organic products more than ever before, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reports. This is great news for the an ever-growing organic movement dedicated to making the slow transition back to all-natural farming techniques. However, the reasoning behind this sudden surge in organic interest may have less to do with the movement, and a lot more to do with fear.
Earlier this week, the internet's beloved "science guy" Neil deGrasse Tyson threw his weighty two cents into the debate about genetically modified organism (GMO) foods, telling critics of the products to "chill out." But just what is a GMO and is the public really that naive?
People who were breastfed during the first few months of their lives are at a lower risk of developing chronic inflammation than others, researchers state.
A new study shows that by the time preterm babies become teenagers, their brains work almost as well as their term-born peers.
Depression is linked to higher risk of dementia, states a new study.
DDT exposure during pregnancy might increase the risk of obesity, diabetes and several other chronic health complications in female offspring, a new study has found.
Consuming around 50 grams of tree nuts a day can reduce metabolic syndrome risk, a new study has found.
A new study suggests that middle-aged adults with a history of problem drinking are twice more likely to suffer from memory deficits later in life.
Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables per day is enough to reduce early death risk, a new study has found.
A new study suggests that drinking high amounts of sugary drinks during teenage years can impair learning abilities.