The findings of a recent study suggest that the average obese woman in America only exercises vigorously for approximately one hour per year.
A new study has led researchers to believe that the commonly prescribed anti-depressant Paxil could promote tumor growth in female breast tissue.
A recent study suggests that instituting minimum pricing for alcohol would save approximately 860 lives each year.
Exposure to more natural, green space in cities and towns can deliver large, long-lasting benefits to the mental health of the people living in the area.
A worldwide study on technology and health care needs found that a global majority of people (57 percent) believe traditional hospitals will be obsolete in the future.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta attribute approximately 3,400 lung cancer deaths every year to secondhand smoke. A new study suggests that CDC researchers may be mistaken, however.
A collaborative study conducted by researchers from several organizations, including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, found that signs of autism are present in the first months of a child’s life.
A congressional study expected to be released later this month shows that two nuclear power plants in Georgia were issued 166 safety violations between 2000 and 2012.
A new study suggests that odd sleeping habits may be tied to behavioral issues in children.
Fully mapping someone’s genes to look for health risks is full of ethical challenges.