Memory lapses, or senior moments, may not be caused by getting older.
This study determined males who get genital piercings to be well within the general population demographics.
Weight gain during first six months of life may influence when a boy reaches puberty.
People attempting to relieve insomnia and anxiety with medication may be at an increased risk of dying.
A study performed for the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging discovered men being 1.5 times more likely than women to have some mild cognitive impairment.
Female athletes with higher than normal estrogen levels, may have an increased risk of injury.
Nearly 20 percent of fathers and more than 33 percent of mothers experience some depression before their child is 12 years old.
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.
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.