Acne May Be Fueled By Dairy And Sugar, Study FindsA new study finds acne could be fueled by diet and other environmental factors.
Study Shows Your Walking Speed At 45 May Predict Brain AgeA new study finds how fast you walk at age 45 could predict how your brain and body are aging.
New Technology Could Help Reverse BaldnessEngineers have developed a new technology that could one day help reverse baldness.
Study Suggests Standing Expends More Energy Than Sitting Or LyingA quarter of Americans sit for more than eight hours a day, putting them at higher risk for weight gain and early death.
Study Shows Vast Majority Of Bicyclists Don't Wear HelmetsA new study finds most people don't wear bike helmets, putting them at significant risk for serious injury.
Doctors Are Increasingly Prescribing 'Off-Label' Medications To Kids, Research Shows"Off-label" means prescribing a medication for a condition that the FDA has not approved that drug to be used for.
Women Who Use IUDs May Be At Lower Risk For Ovarian Cancer, Study FindsAnew study from the UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital finds that women who use IUDs may be at lower risk for ovarian cancer.
Non-Dating Teens May Be Less Depressed Than Dating TeensA new study from the University of Georgia finds that teens who don't date tend to be less depressed.
Number Of Pregnant Women With High Blood Pressure Is RisingThe number of pregnant women with high blood pressure has spiked over the past four decades, according to a study.
Unhappy Mothers Talk More To Baby Boys, Study FindsAccording to a study from the University of Cambridge, unhappy mothers talk more to their baby boys.
More People Having Special Imaging Scans Despite Physician Groups Recommending LessA new study in JAMA shows more people are having special imaging scans, even though physician groups recommend less.
Merely Being In Loved One's Presence Can Help Reduce Pain, Study FindsPrevious research has shown that talking to or touching a loved one can help reduce their pain. Now a new study finds that just being in a loved one's presence can do the same.
Clinical Trial Finds Alternate-Day Fasting May Help People Lose Weight, Improve Heart HealthA new study from Australia suggests that a rather extreme approach can help people lose weight and improve their heart health.
Little Evidence Tying Teen Smartphone Use To Mental Health Problems, Study FindsA new study published in the journal Clinical Psychological Science suggests cell phones probably not that bad for teenage users' mental health.
Teens Who See E-Cigarette Ads Twice As Likely To VapeA new study published in pediatrics finds teens are more likely to vape after seeing ads in stores.