Sugar-derived substance damages "good" cholesterol, a new study has found.
Tea reduces non-cardiovascular related deaths by 24 percent, a new study states.
Plants in office boost employee productivity, a new study shows.
Swiss drugmaker Novartis announced Saturday that its new heart failure drug reduces cardiovascular disease risk by 20 percent as compared to the standard treatments.
Domesticated rabbits are less afraid of humans than wild rabbits, thanks to few subtle genetic changes.
Xenon gas can help reduce post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new study from Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital has found.
Experimental medication called ZMapp is effective in treating monkeys, a new study shows.
A new study suggests that overweight or obese teenagers are more likely to regularly smoke cigarettes than their leaner peers.
Flared nostrils, piercing gaze and lower brows - the 'anger face' is common across all cultures. A new study explains why this expression is so ubiquitous and how even blind children can make the angry face despite never having seen one.
Researchers say that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables can keep skin healthy and glowing.
A new study on rats has found that junk diet prevents animals from seeking novel foods.
Researchers at the Stanford University's School of Medicine have found a new drug for inflammatory pain that is both non-addictive and doesn't increase risk of heart problems in patients.
Giant panda Ai Hin has been accused of faking her pregnancy to get extra food and attention.
Bacteria can protect against peanut allergies, a new study suggests.