The amount of exposure a man has to a chemical commonly found in plastic, bisphenol A, or BPA, has been show to cause changes in testosterone levels.
Those who do not drink alcohol and heavy alcohol drinkers notice a mortality risk that is higher when compared to those who consume alcohol moderately.
For those who have metabolic syndrome, adding some fish oil to a low saturated fat diet with sufficient complex carbohydrates may help.
Oral contraceptives, or birth control pills, are no less effective in obese women when compared to thinner women.
Hearing loss has increased about 30 percent (to about one in five) in United States teenagers from 1988 to 2006, studies suggest.
By drinking regular beer, women are potentially increasing their risk of developing psoriasis, a skin affecting autoimmune disorder, research discovers.
Children with no siblings are no less capable of having and displaying solid social skills when compared to children raised with siblings, a new study suggests.
In some cases, men may be shortening their own lives by competing for a significant other.
Researchers discover older people who are scared of falling notice a higher risk of falling in the future, regardless of the true risk they have of actually falling.
The way a man handles common stressors, like a traffic jam or a deadline, may depend on how he felt about his dad as he grew up, a new study examines.