Rapid spikes in pollution levels could be just as harmful to heart health as sustained high levels, according to new European research.
To look at how personality type might be linked to the risk of being bitten, the researchers also assessed emotional stability using the Ten Item Personality Inventory.
Paris, France — Parents who give their teens alcohol, even to teach them how to drink responsibly, are more likely to do harm than good, according to a six-year study in Australia, published Thursday.
Researchers in the U.S. may be on their way to developing a new influenza shot, which could mean just one jab will protect you for many flu seasons to come.
Men whose marriages grow stronger over the years have healthier cholesterol and blood pressure than peers whose unions fall apart, said a study Monday that hinted at unexpected health perks of relationship counseling.
A unusual social study has revealed that atheists are more easily suspected of vile deeds than Christians, Muslims, Hindus or Buddhists — strikingly, even by fellow atheists, researchers said Monday.
A new study indicates that taking part in yoga can be as effective as physical therapy for relieving back pain.