People working longer hours have a higher risk of depression, a new study finds.
Kids who attend day cares don't get enough physical activity, and a new study says this is because day cares focus on academic preparation and want to avoid children's injuries.
Emotional dampening may have harmful consequences for people, because they cannot properly assess situations.
People who go to church more often have lower blood pressure, a new study from Norway says, and the researchers were surprised by the findings, because church attendance is uncommon there.
Women who drank red wine every day for a month had lower estrogen levels than those who drank white wine.
It's well-known that teens experiment with alcohol and marijuana, but recently, children and teens have turned their attention to other drugs.
People who undergo common procedures, such as CT scans and angiograms, may be at greater risk for thyroid problems.
A man who got a tattoo on his penis suffered bleeding and pain for 8 days, and ended up with a permanent semi-erection, according to a report of his case.