Here's Why Medical Groups Differ On When To Start Colon And Rectal Cancer ScreeningConflicting recommendations on when and how average-risk adults should get screened for colon and rectal cancer could leave you confused -- but new guidance aims to make sense of it all.
Asthma Patients Could Slash Their Carbon Footprint By Switching To 'Greener' Inhalers Asthma sufferers could sharply reduce their carbon footprint by swapping commonly used inhalers for "greener" alternatives, a study from the University of Cambridge has found.
STUDY: Swearing Can Help Your WorkoutWant to push through that workout? Go ahead and drop an F-bomb.
Study: Exercising Before Breakfast Burns More FatShould you eat before or after exercise in the morning? The debate has raged for years.
Study: Lower Income Neighborhoods have Bigger Mosquitoes That May Be More Efficient At Transmitting DiseasesAs if life wasn't already challenging enough for residents in low-income urban neighborhoods, new research suggests such communities are more at risk from particularly harmful, aggressive mosquitoes.
New Study Says There Could Be A Surprising Consequence To Losing Weight Later In LifeBeing overweight is linked to many health problems, and shedding some pounds is often presented as the best way to avoid them, no matter your age.
Study: Vaping Is Increasing Among Younger People -- But Not So For Older AdultsVaping, often described as an "epidemic" in middle and high schools, was not significantly different among adults in the United States in 2014 vs. 2018, according to survey results published Monday.
Study: Humans Have A 'Salamander-Like' Ability To Regrow CartilageHumans may not be able to regrow amputated limbs like salamanders can -- but we do have a "salamander-like" ability to regrow damaged cartilage, a new study has found.
Study: Healthy Diet Improves Depression In Young AdultsNot only did eating a healthy diet for three weeks improve depressive symptoms in college-aged young adults, but those who continued the diet for three months kept their improved outlook on life, according to a small randomized trial on diet and depression.
Mixing Less Than 6 Hours Of Sleep With Chronic Disease Is Deadly ComboIf you're a middle-aged adult with high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes or existing heart disease and you typically sleep less than six hours each night, you could be setting yourself up for cancer or an early death from heart disease.
STUDY: Antidepressants Are Linked To A Higher Gestational Diabetes RiskTaking antidepressants while pregnant may be associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes, a new study suggests.