Researchers found that women who are regular smokers, specifically prior to menopause, notice much higher risks of breast cancer when compared to women who do not smoke.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
A new study found that children who are able to have self-control when young show a greater chance of being healthy and stable than children who do not have good self control.
In attempts to lose weight and eat a healthy diet, individuals may be actually gaining weight and decreasing overall health without knowing it, a new study explains.
When trying to minimize pain in certain patients, doctors noticed that using deep brain stimulation typically lowered high blood pressure.
New studies have shown that seniors with insomnia may reap large benefits from a short duration, individual therapy session.
Snoring may not only cause a tired day after the restless sleep, but may be a sign of higher heart disease and other health risks in the future.
A new antidepressant drug that has just been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, may not carry the negative sexual side effects that most other antidepressant medications do.
Many children are still becoming infected with either virus and in some cases, dying from complications caused by the virus.