Excess of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice is linked to a higher risk of developing certain kinds of cancer, researchers reported on Thursday.
Children who ate fish benefited with better verbal and non-verbal skills and scored an average of 3.3 IQ points higher than those who turned their noses up at fish.
German great-grandmother Lisel Heise's ambition to enter politics crystalised a few years before her 100th birthday, when organisers of a public hearing cut off her microphone.
A kidney needed for transplantation has been delivered by a drone for the first time ever, the University of Maryland Medical Center said, a development that could herald faster and safer organ transport.
Just because your child has high energy or lacks focus doesn’t necessarily mean that they are suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Read on to find out the signs and symptoms of ADHD.
Hotter weather increases both suicide rates and the use of depressive language on social media, says a new study that analysed half a billion tweets.
Virtually any form of physical activity can act as a stress reliever. Even if you’re not an athlete or you’re out of shape, exercise can still be a good stress reliever.
A study conducted concluded that taking a nap in the afternoon lowered blood pressure levels at the same magnitude as other lifestyle changes.
Thinking clearly is more important than “being in touch” with and expressing one’s feelings, and thinking clearly requires good emotional control.