A new study suggests that women in the U.S. who are living in place with lush vegetation tends to be healthier and has lower death risk.
A new study has once again has proven that depending your daily meals in fast food is unhealthy and can lead to possible death.
A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Cambridge aimed to know which stage of pregnancy is associated with the rapid fetal growth.
The sudden prevalence of diabetes caused by the increase of obese people in the world got researchers tied up doing their best to discover effective prevention techniques and treatment to stop the rising trend.
Climate change is a global concern and threat faced by humanity today. While humans may be largely to blame for the rapid changes in climate, the key to slowing it down also mainly lies in human hands.
Climate change is a global issue that is urgently needed to be addressed carefully and with haste due to its major impact on the environment and our health.
A recent study shed light on the presence of BPA, or Bisphenol A, in canned food--in particular, in every two out of three tested cans.
When choosing your chocolate fix, you might want to go for either cacao nibs or dark chocolate--for health reasons.
A new study revealed that over 640 million people globally are considered to be obese, now outnumbering people who are considered to be underweight.
Dear breast cancer survivors, you might want to hold off that midnight snack. A new study showed a link in the late-night fasting of survivors and the risk of recurrence in women with the early stage of the disease.
New findings on canine compulsive disorder (CCD) may help improve treatments and therapies for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in people, according to researchers from Tufts University.
A recent study found that people who fear spiders often perceive the arachnids as being bigger than they really are. Researchers say their findings may help treat certain phobias.
Seven cold-stunned sea turtles were recently rescued from frigid waters off the coast of Florida. Four of the animals are expected to undergo surgery to remove debilitating tumors.
Bum, a cross-eyed cat from California, was abandoned at five months old and brought to the San Diego Humane Society. With only one look at him, Courtney Morman was smitten and decided to rescue the funny-looking feline, who has proven to be nothing less than loveable and fun. Morman recently created an Instagram for her kitten in hopes of encouraging people to adopt pets from shelters, too.