Flu Vaccine More Effective This Year, Also Helps Against Pneumonia And Stroke, Say StudiesResearchers suggest the flu virus may trigger other cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases.
Study: Three Meals A Day Is A MythResearchers find most people eat three to ten times a day over an average period of 14 hours a day.
Study: Walking During Lunch Hour Improves MoodA study finds that people who walk during their lunch hour report feeling more alert and enthusiastic than those who didn't.
Study: Best Way To Avoid Hangovers Is Not To Drink AlcoholCanadian and Dutch researchers found no one is immune to hangovers and eating or drinking water doesn't help with the severity of one.
New Medical Technique Stacks Cells Like LegosScientists have found a way create 3D models of human organs by stacking cells together like Lego blocks.
Study: Head Lice Showing Resistance To Many TreatmentsA new study finds head lice have developed genetic mutations that make them resistant to permethrin, the active ingredient in some of the most popular lice treatments.
Study: Superbug Infections Will Increase Without Immediate ActionThe CDC says by working together, hospitals and medical workers can prevent over a half-million infections and save 37,000 lives over the next five years.
Graphic Showing What Happens To Person's Body After Drinking Can Of Coca-Cola Goes ViralA graphic breaking down the effects a can of Coca-Cola has on a person’s body is going viral.
Study: Memory Tests Could Predict Alzheimer's 18 Years Before DiagnosisEvidence suggests early signs of Alzheimer's may be present decades before any diagnosis.
Study: Fasting Can Trick Body Into Aging More SlowlyA team of researchers have developed the Fasting Mimicking Diet, or FMD, a fasting plan that can have innumerable benefits for the human body.
Study: Using Hand Sanitizer Can Increase Skin's Absorption Of Dangerous ChemicalResearchers warn a chemical used in hand sanitizer may put people at risk of diseases.
3 More Positive Tests For E. Coli At Greenwood Day CareHealth officials say testing has found three more cases of E. coli from an outbreak at a Greenwood day care center that has now sickened 11 and killed a 2-year-old boy.