Exercise and good vitamin D levels have some kind of "synergistic" relationship that helps reduce the risk heart attacks and strokes.
According to Dina Mitchell, she was not doing any physical activities when the Fitbit Flex 2 started to burst into flames.
Researchers successfully grew a premature lamb inside an artificial womb. The technology is being tested to see if it will work for premature babies in the future.
Eight lambs born at equivalent of 23 weeks human gestation were kept alive by placing them inside a "biobag, " which appears to be a huge ziplock that is attached with tubes of blood and fluid.
Eating low in fat but high in sugar diet products will make you more likely to gain body fat mass, compared to eating a balanced-diet.
Tritium is a radioactive element found as a result of thermonuclear bomb testing during the 1950s.
Drugs made from dried leaves of Artemisia annua plant successfully cure drug-resistant malaria.
The limited edition Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino may have gained the palette of many but it also had its detractors. Famous food critic Anthony Bourdain does not approve as well as health experts around the world.
Ever wish there’s an antidote for heartbreak? Scientists say a placebo can work just as well.
Obesity tops the lists of preventable health conditions that shorten lives, overtaking tobacco and diabetes.
An international medical journal retracted 107 research papers from China, citing that the studies, mostly about cancer, are "fabricated."
When Carmen and Lupita were born, they were sharing ribs, circulatory, digestive and reproductive systems. Doctors said they would only survive for about three days.
Paxman Scalp Cooling System were able to prevent chemotherapy-induced hair loss in more than 50 percent who used it.
Colder cities tend to have higher rates of excessive alcohol consumption and alcohol-attributable liver cirrhosis.