Working up a sweat during regular aerobic activity can help your memory once it starts to slip according to new research from Copenhagen.
Researchers call on-the-job napping a “cost-efficient and easy strategy to increase workplace safety.”
According to their research, an estimated 184,000 deaths could be caused by the consumption of sugary beverages each year.
Researchers from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine surveyed more than 100 people and found only 43 percent understood the definition of “sun protection factor,” or SPF.
Leaving your child to go to work is actually better for them, according to researchers from Harvard Business School.
On the CBS3 HealthWatch, warm summer days increase the risk of tick bites and Lyme disease. For the past five years, Pennsylvania has had the most cases of tick-born illnesses in the country. Now there’s new research about another new tick threat.
Gov. Chris Christie’s administration is seeking federal court action to halt research that involves blasting the ocean floor off New Jersey with sound waves.
The research project by Rutgers University, the University of Texas and the National Science Foundation is getting underway this week after an aborted attempt to do it last summer, when equipment problems scrapped it after a few days.
Can’t manage mornings without an immediate jolt of caffeine? It turns out that if you do that, you’re not getting the full benefits of caffeine.
A new way to lower blood pressure might be on the horizon.
As it turns out, motherhood and pregnancy can actually alter the brain.
While researchers say their work is still in the early stages, they also say it provides “reason to further examine omega-3’s role as a potential early intervention for antisocial behavior.”
While the scientists say more clinical trials are needed, they also say their findings are encouraging because they “suggest a potentially simple and effective approach for reducing antibiotic usage.”
The American Academy of Pediatrics just released a study that claims kids are not only vulnerable to forgetting what they learned in school, but also to weight gain.
Scientists found the MMR vaccine was not associated with an increased risk – even if the child’s siblings have autism.