More Than Half Of Young US Adults Suffer From Chronic Health Conditions
New federal data revealed that more than half of young adults in the U.S. suffer from chronic health conditions.
Chores, Exercise And Family Visits May Help Reduce Dementia Risk: Study
Dementia risk among the elderly may be lessened with exercise, chores, and social visits, a new study suggests.
Scientific Trial Successful In Using A Diet Supplement To Prevent Cancer
A new international trial has succeeded in using a diet supplement to reduce certain types of cancer.
Frequent Napping Linked To Higher Risk Of Stroke, High Blood Pressure
A new study found a link between frequent napping and the risk of developing high blood pressure and stroke.
Low Serotonin Not Necessarily Connected To Depression Risk, Study Finds
A new study found that there is little evidence linking low serotonin levels to clinical depression.
Breakthrough In Insulin Regeneration Could Lead To Better Diabetes Treatments
Researchers recently discovered a breakthrough in insulin regeneration that could pave the way for better diabetes treatments.
WHO Declares Monkeypox Outbreak A Global Health Emergency
The disease has affected more than 16,000 people across 74 countries.
US Reports First Polio Case After Almost A Decade
The U.S. has confirmed its first case of polio since 2013.
Monkeypox Virus Spreads Quickly At Pool Parties, Other Cluster Events: Report
Health officials track virus clusters in large gatherings to understand how the monkeypox virus spreads.
Breakthrough Therapy Shows Promise In Detecting Lung Cancer Early
Scientists recently found a combination therapy that shows great promise in detecting lung cancer early in patients.
Intermittent Fasting In MS Could Lead To Better Outcomes
A new clinical trial suggests that following intermittent fasting may cause better metabolic changes for people with multiple sclerosis.
Inflammatory Diet Linked To Depression, Increased Risk Of Frailty
The inflammatory diet has been linked to depression and a higher risk of frailty.