A significant donation offered by Bill Gates’ foundation the crown prince of Abu Dhabi may help alleviate disease in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Scientists may have discovered that a specific genetic mutation may be a large reason why some individuals become significantly more addicted to smoking tobacco than others.
Numerous surveys show that college freshman are experiencing higher levels of stress than ever before.
New studies found that women who delay hormone replacement therapy after starting menopause may be at lower risks of breast cancer.
Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, typically begins in the fall and continues through the winter months.
A recall has been issued on a popular candy item due to dangerous levels of lead found in the candy.
A new suggestion by the Department of Veterans Affairs may assist veterans experiencing health issues due to exposure to Agent Orange while serving in Korea.
A new study shows injuries in children related to running are happening nearly 35 percent more frequently.