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A new study says the media can take some partial blame in triggering symptoms of a disease.
A new study based on a long-term data from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has found a connection between weight gain and changes to personality traits.
A hangover might not be the only unfriendly reminder of a weekend of heavy alcohol consumption, according to a new University of Missouri study that has linked binge drinking with an increased risk of liver disease as well as a number of other potential health issues.
Binge drinking among young adults causes immediate changes in circulation that increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease later in life, according to new research published online in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Two of the most serious health conditions facing Americans today—obesity and cancer—are the subject of new mango nutrition research presented this week at the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) in Boston.
Breast cancer survivors are among the women who could most benefit from regular physical activity, yet few meet national exercise recommendations during the 10 years after being diagnosed.
In a recent report, researchers found that light drinking during pregnancy is not linked to adverse behavioral or cognitive outcomes later in life.
Although previous research has linked alcohol consumption to an increased risk of developing breast cancer, a new study has found that drinking before and after diagnosis does not impact survival from the disease.
A recent CBS News article highlights the potential anti-aging benefits provided by resveratrol, a compound found in red wine. Dr.