CBS Atlanta Health News
- Study: Stress From Work Could Be Making You Sick We've all experienced stress at work, but could that stress make you ill? High levels of job stress could increase the risk of sick leave from resulting health disorders, a new study suggests.
- Study: 1 In 4 Black Men At Risk Of Being Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer A new study finds that black men are twice as likely to get prostate cancer than white men.
- Study: Increasing Coffee Intake Harmful To Brain Increasing the amount of coffee you drink could be linked to pre-symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, according to a new study.
- Graphic Showing What Happens To Person's Body After Drinking Can Of Coca-Cola Goes Viral A graphic breaking down the effects a can of Coca-Cola has on a person’s body is going viral.
- Study: More Than 80 Percent Of 'Scientific' Beauty Product Claims Are Misleading Promises of clearer skin or a wrinkle-free forehead may be broken as many "scientific" beauty product claims appear to be bogus, a new study suggests.
- As Hepatitis C Cases Rise, Advocates Question High Cost Of Cure A new drug that appeared on the market just two years ago is capable of curing Hepatitis C, but for many living with the disease getting access to the drug is a bigger obstacle.
- Study: Frequent Social Media Use May Take Toll On Teens' Mental Health Frequent social media use could have a negative impact on young people's mental health, according to a new study.
- Study: Prolonged Standing At Work Can Lead To Long-Term Health Problems Researchers found that working on your feet for five hours or more can lead to long-term backaches and musculoskeletal problems.
- Study: Bullies Have Higher Self-Esteem, Lower Depression Rates Bullying behaviors are linked to higher self-esteem, social status, and a lower rate of depression, according to a new provocative study.
- Study: 2 Generic Drugs May Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths Two inexpensive generic drugs could held reduce breast cancer deaths in women who develop the disease after menopause, according to new research.