A new study performed by an affiliate of Harvard Medical School evaluates this difference and explains how this may affect the structural makeup of programs to help prevent falls.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Carriers of a certain gene are more prone to have higher cholesterol or to have a heart attack.
A new study explains obesity rates to be increasing drastically between the teenage and young adult years.
Mothers who did breastfeed their children appear much less likely to have diabetes than mothers who did not breastfeed.
Scientists are researching the effects of vitamin B-6, B-12, and folate on the brain.
With yeast as an aid, researchers have begun to identify signals at the molecular to try to determine the causes of this problem.
Smoking cigarettes may increase depression in teenagers, a new study suggests.
With the launch of National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, some believe the obesity problem in America is being underestimated.
Young Black women prove to be much more likely to inflict harm on themselves than people from other ethnic groups.
Mental health problems are more likely to become chronic issues as a person continues to sleep less than the average necessary requirement.