Monthly Archives: January 2011
Commonly found and discussed in children, ADHD can affect adults as well.
Experts at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia explain the proposed link between vaccines and autism to be fraudulent and completely untrue.
New studies may show that starting hormone therapy near the start of menopause may increase breast cancer risks more than if hormone replacement therapy takes place some time after menopause.
Extensive studies have shown that death rates may be as much as 15 percent lower for individuals in healthy, long-term relationships.
A new study may show how a deficiency of vitamin D might negatively affect the lungs.
For the first time ever, scientists uncovered a specific substance found in vegetables that may help block cancer-causing genes.
Experts explain that a smoke-free home is vital for keeping children healthy and for promoting long-term health.
Cholera is caused by consuming food or water containing Vibrio cholera bacteria.