SEOUL: Adults who get too much or too little sleep may have the beginnings of “hardening" of the arteries, which can be an early sign of heart disease, according to a new study.
LONDON: Children are half as likely to die before their fifth birthday now than they were in 1990, researchers said on Wednesday, but a United Nations target has not been met.
Boys with a low resting heart rate during their teen years may be at increased risk for committing violent crimes as adults, a Swedish study suggests.
Weight-loss surgery beats medication for controlling type 2 diabetes in obese people, according to the longest-term trial ever to compare the two approaches.
TAIPEI: Regulating fast food kids' meals that include toys may end up making the meals healthier, according to a new study.
NEW YORK: Workplaces that encourage healthy lifestyle practices are tied to fewer obese employees among millennials, according to a new study.
Workplaces that encourage healthy lifestyle practices are tied to fewer obese employees among millennials, according to a new study.
Taking one or two baby aspirins a day for at least five years was tied to a lower risk of colorectal cancer in a study from Denmark.
New York: People with autism may be more likely to think outside the box than people without the disorder, a British study suggests.