New Study Says Probiotics Are Good For LiverTaking too much acetaminophen, a medicine commonly used to treat pain and fever, and otherwise branded most-widely known as Tylenol, can cause liver damage.
Study: Over 95 Percent Of World's Population Breathing Unhealthy AirPhiladelphia ranks among country's 'most polluted' cities.
Study: Organ Donations From Opioid Overdose Victims Up '24-Fold'Overdose deaths in the United States have nearly tripled over the past 15 years.
Late Nights Can Lead To Early Deaths, Say ResearchersA new study says night owls have a 10 percent higher risk of dying from illness than people who go to bed early.
Sugar Cravings May Help Lower Body Fat, Say ResearchersTurns out, the gene that makes us want more sweets can also help lower body fat.
Reading To Kids May Help With Attention Span, Says StudyA new study in The Journal of Pediatrics claims that reading aloud to children may have a huge impact on how well they pay attention.
Marijuana Legalization Could Help Offset Opioid Epidemic, Studies FindExperts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction. Now, two studies suggest that there is merit to that strategy.
Study: Rubber Duckies Harbor Potentially Pathogenic BacteriaThose cute yellow bath-time toys are a haven for bacteria.
Children With Autism Less Likely To Be Fully Vaccinated, Study FindsChildren with autism spectrum disorder are significantly less likely to be fully vaccinated than children unaffected by autism, new research finds. And the same is true of their younger sisters and brothers.
76 Percent Of Sports Sponsorships Tied To Junk Food, Study SaysCheering on your favorite sports team and snacking on junk food often go hand in hand in the United States, but a new study sheds light on just how intertwined sports and unhealthy foods really are.
Study: 'Face Yoga' Can Make Middle-Aged Women Look YoungerIf you want to take some years off your face without going under the knife, "face yoga" may be the answer.
Most Employees Suffer In Silence When They Smell Offensive Odors In Workplace, Says StudyA new office team survey finds nearly half employees suffer in silence when offensive smells drift into their workplace.