The pace of walking and memory loss of an individual can now predict dementia accurately, according to a recent study.
Individuals with Vitamin D deficiency are twice as likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia as compared to others.
Women have longer hospital stays and are more likely than men to die in the hospital after a heart attack.
Cinnamon can not only tickle your taste buds, the ancient cooking spice is also an effective anti-bacterial agent.
Nicotine in cigarettes may trigger psychiatric disorders, raising a smoker’s risk of committing suicide, a new study has warned.
Calling people with moderately high blood sugar as “pre-diabetic” is a drastically premature measure with no medical value.
Parkinson’s patients offered more original answers and more thoughtful interpretations than their healthier counterparts.
A potential new dengue vaccine has demonstrated that it provides 56 per cent protection against the disease.
Researchers have found a compound that appears to pinpoint all of the malignant cells in a patient’s body.
Newborn babies born to healthy, educated and well-nourished mothers are strikingly similar in size the world over, according to a study.
If you are a shift worker, donating blood could be an easy way to reduce the risk of heart disease, says a study
Sperm donors up to the age of 45 are just as likely to conceive children as those in their 20s, says a study.
Researchers have identified a compound that may treat depression without the unwanted side effects associated with it.
Researchers will begin conducting clinical tests to try regenerating the spinal cord of people who have suffered from injuries.
Experts say the tests can reduce the chances of dying from breast cancer by nearly 30 per cent and that national screening programs should continue.