Early Morning Classes Affects Education and Health in Teens, Study

May 07, 2014 AM EDT Early morning classes deprive students from getting sufficient amount of sleep, according to a study by the Education Commission of the States.

Divorce Rates in Older Couples Higher When Wives Fall Sick, Study

May 02, 2014 AM EDT Older married couples are more likely to get divorced if the wife develops a serious health condition than the husband, according to a University of Michigan study.

Chronic Stress in Combination with Junk Food Increases Risk of Stroke and Diabetes, Study

May 02, 2014 AM EDT People, who are extremely stressed and consume foods rich in fat and sugar, are at increased risk of developing health problems than low stressed people with similar diet chart, according to a ...

Moderate Physical Activity Keeps Alzheimer’s at Bay, Study

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Moderate physical activity helps keep Alzheimer’s disease at bay, according to a University of Maryland study.

Increased Meat Consumption Elevates Risk of Coronary Heart Diseases, Study

Apr 24, 2014 AM EDT Heme iron, normally found in meat, poultry, and fish, increases the risk of coronary heart diseases by 57 percent, according to Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington study.

UIUC Develops Tattoo-Like Patch for Wireless Health Monitoring

Apr 05, 2014 AM EDT University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Northwestern University engineers have created a next generation health tracker.

Excessive Use of Mouthwash Could Cause Mouth and Throat Cancer, Study

Apr 04, 2014 AM EDT Excess use of mouthwash, more than three times a day, could increase the risk mouth and throat cancers, according to a University of Glasgow study.

Eating Larger Quantities Of Fruits and Veggies Reduces Death Risk at Any Age, Study

Apr 04, 2014 AM EDT A latest University College London study found that having seven or more portions of vegetables and fruits cuts death risk by 42 percent.

Sleep Deprivation Causes Loss of Brain Cells and Neuron Injury, Study

Mar 28, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine study has found that sleep deprivation leads to serious health problems than previously thought.

Obese People Inhale More Air Pollutants than Healthy Weights, Study

Feb 07, 2014 AM EST Overweight people are more likely to develop asthma and other pulmonary diseases than their normal weight counterparts, according to a Université de Montréal's School of Public Health study.

Vitamin C and E Disrupts Muscular Endurance Training, Study

Feb 03, 2014 AM EST Vitamin C and E stops the improvement of muscular endurance, according to the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences study. Researchers said that the supplements disrupt cellular adaptations in exercised ...

Obese and Diabetic Fathers More Likely To Have Unhealthy Daughters, Study

Jan 18, 2014 AM EST Obese and diabetic men are more likely to have overweight daughters, according to University of South Wales study. Researchers said that the paternal diet, body weight and health affect the baby's ...

Stop Wasting Money on Vitamin Supplements, Researchers Advise

Dec 17, 2013 AM EST Vitamin supplements contain no health benefits; they are a complete waste of money and could be harmful to the body, according to a study by the University of Warwick and the Johns Hopkins School of ...

Energy Drinks + Alcohol = Negative Health Effects: Study

Dec 03, 2013 AM EST A cocktail of alcohol and energy drinks poses a greater health risk than just drinking alcohol, according to a University of Michigan and Penn State study. Researchers said that these concoctions, ...

Snoring During Pregnancy Causes Cesarean Births and Delivering Smaller Babies, Study

Nov 02, 2013 AM EDT Snoring during pregnancy three or more days a week leads to bad delivery outcomes, including Cesarean births (elective and emergency C-sections) and delivering smaller babies, according to a study by ...

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