Occasional exercise and sexual activity is a contributing factor in heart attacks, especially among unhealthy people, claims an intriguing new study.
In an event that is not only uplifting and inspirational, but also a show of solidarity for childhood cancer patients that lose their hair during treatment, many volunteers shaved their heads at Medford Elementary School’s fifth annual “Shave-a-Bration,” a St. Baldrick’s Foundation Fundraiser.
Although routine screening of organ and tissue donors for anti-HIV antibodies was implemented in North America in 1985, a recent case reported in New York indicates that a definite though very small, risk of HIV transmission still persists.
With Japan on the verge of an impending nuclear disaster, it seems like many people are seriously considering the possibility of the radiation reaching other countries.
As per a new study, adults infected with HIV, especially those between 25 and 54 years are at a higher risk of broken bones and fractures compared to their more healthy counterparts.
According to latest research, the real reason behind a person’s happiness may be that he happens to live in the right place.
A new study delving into the prevalence of eating disorders among America's adolescents, found that nearly half a million boys and girls are struggling with anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder.
Your toenails can predict your risk for lung cancer, according to findings of a recent study carried out by researchers from the University of California-San Diego Medical Center and Harvard School of Public Health.
In what can be termed as a major breakthrough in the early diagnosis for Down’s syndrome in unborn babies, researchers have developed a simple blood test that is not only safe and cheap but also accurate.
Los Angeles-based distributor, DeFranco and Sons is voluntarily recalling bulk and packaged in-shell hazelnuts, as well as mixed nut assortment containing hazelnuts called filberts, amid fears that they may be contaminated with a potentially fatal strain of E. coli.