Depression Is Emotional, Arthritis Is Physical, But Why Are They Connected?
Study Shows That Depression May Be Linked To The Occurrence Of Arthritis To A Person In The Latter Part Of Life, But How Is That Possible? Find Out What Experts Say
The Other Wonders Of Viagra: Found To Reduce A Man's Risk Of Developing Heart Problems, Experts Say
More Than Just Being Used To Enhance Sex Drive And Performance, Can Viagras Be Considered To Benefit Heart Health For Men With Type 2 Diabetes?
CDC Reveals The Top 5 Causes Of Death In The US
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data naming the top 5 causes of death among Americans under age 80 for 2014. The latest report from CDC sums up the 5 leading preventable causes of deaths across all the states.
Better Stop Worrying Or Else; Study Finds Pessimists Are Likely To Die Because of Heart Problems
In A Test Conducted, The So-Called ‘Glass Half Empty’ Attitude Can Potentially Increase The Risk Of Developing Heart Problems, But What Are The Chances Of This Test In Being Accurate?
Children's Lack Of Sleep Can Be Linked To The Use Of Electronic Gadgets, Study Suggests
In This Highly Modernized Age, Adults And Kids In Particular Spend Most Of Their Time Facing Their Smartphones And Tablets, Can It Also Be Blamed For Children's Sleep Deprivation?
The Use Of Common Drugs For Heartburn Now Linked To Developing Stroke, Study Finds
The Use Of Heartburn Drugs Can Contribute To A Person’s Stroke, But What Are The Chances Of Developing The Disease If A Person Takes It Occasionally?
Worrying About Your Health Condition Increases Heart Disease Risk
Worrying about your health condition doesn't do you any good. Researchers recently found that worrying just increases your chances of developing heart disease.
New Drugs Can Fight Cancer But Can Damage The Heart
Doctors have found a disturbing downside to some powerful new drugs that harness the immune system to fight cancer. In rare cases, they may cause potentially fatal heart damage, especially when used together.
An Egg A Day Might Lower Stroke Risks
The analysis found up to 12 percent reduced risk of stroke and no link with heart disease.
Sugar Industry Funded Studies To Downplay Sugar's Role In Heart Disease, Blamed Fat Instead
The sugar industry paid Harvard scientists to blur the link between sugar and heart disease. Instead, the study focused on fat intake as the main culprit, a new study suggests.
Heart Disease Treatment: Robot Stingray Made Of Rat Cells Key To Artifical Human Heart
Researchers have discovered that placing rat heart cells over a gold skeleton results in artificial and robotic stingrays that can be controlled by light – this technology may be adopted into studies of the human heart.
Nanorobots Could Unclog Arteries Of The Heart
A group of scientists will be testing a new method of surgery that involves nanotechnology to cure heart diseases.
Live High To Live Long
Living in a high-rise apartment could add a few extra years to your life. No, really.
Liver Disease Prevention: Unknown Coffee Benefit?
Coffee intake can help to lower the risk of a specific type of liver disease according to new research.