Drinking more water can alter messages from the stomach which can be interpreted as fullness by the brain.
Dieters who restrict themselves from consuming the foods they love most may be setting themselves up for failure.
Regular caffeine consumption can greatly impede hearing recovery from loud noise, even making the damage permanent, says a study.
Immunotherapy, a boon for rheumatoid arthritis patients. A new finding suggests that immunotherapy can reduce the risk of heart disease in patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.
Surgical weight loss may reverse the process of premature ageing, according to a research.
Brisk walking and even jogging can lead to improved memory in breast cancer survivors, a study says.
The study was conducted on people over the age of 40, to investigate the health consequences of traffic noise.
According to researchers, eating pasta can lead to a decrease in the body mass index as well as decrease the likelihood of both general and abdominal obesity.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder sounds like describing a person who is vane, but the problem lies much deeper – and it’s one that needs to be addressed.
Converting seated meetings at work into a walking meeting have the potential to positively influence the health of many individuals, new research indicates.
Digital technology can boost their survival odds of heart patients in need of immediate emergency care.
In a research, after using the molecular detection methods, most patients knew whether they have an infection with tuberculosis pathogens or not.
Excessive use of electronic gadgets, including mobile phones and tablets, can cause ‘tech neck’ that leads to early signs of ageing.
The study provides a potential causal relation between birth weight and risk of Type 2 diabetes
The results of a study may ultimately to the use of probiotics to protect women against breast cancer.