In some cases, men may be shortening their own lives by competing for a significant other.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Researchers discover older people who are scared of falling notice a higher risk of falling in the future, regardless of the true risk they have of actually falling.
The way a man handles common stressors, like a traffic jam or a deadline, may depend on how he felt about his dad as he grew up, a new study examines.
New studies show nearly 40 percent of Americans classified as having major depression also experience brief and recurring bouts of manic behavior.
Study discovers three years after women have stopped experiencing domestic violence, their health costs are significantly higher.
A new study reveals how increased antibiotic usage by seniors in America might be related to an improved Medicare drug coverage.
New research concluded that even taken once per month, acetaminophen, a very well-known painkiller, may increase teenagers risk two-fold for asthma.
Studies have just discovered that stressed women may find it more difficult to get pregnant. This study used biochemical markers to determine the amount (and type) of stress and its affects on fertility.
An interesting study was released by the Food & Water Watch, explaining that almost 50% of all bottled water purchased in the United States is actually just tap water that companies bottle and sell to consumers making massive margins.