Kids eat more when they're using big plates, a new study says. Alas, the effect was not seen when it came to eating vegetables.
Whether older people describe their own age group as "spry" or "decrepit" may affect their chances of recovering from a disability, a new study finds.
Nearly one in four colonoscopies performed for adults over age 70 may be unlikely to benefit them, according to a new study.
While fruits and sweet beverages generally contain both sugars, sweetened beverages generally contain a higher ratio of fructose to glucose than other foods.
One-third of U.S. adults have high blood pressure, but the rate varies widely from state to state, a new report says.
The researchers will measure the amount of abnormal tau protein in Duerson's brain, and will also look at the pattern of the protein's deposits.
Children with migraine headaches may do worse in school than other students, a new study suggests. Experts say the findings highlight the burden of migraines on children.
When it comes to eating red meat, cooking method may make a big difference in how meals affect prostate cancer risk. And grilling isn't the worst thing to do, researchers said.
"Poop transplants," which involve transferring fecal matter from a healthy person into the colon of a infection patient, are an effective way to treat people infected with drug-resistant bacteria.
Children whose parents divorce are more than twice as likely to suffer a stroke at some point during their lives than other children, according to a new study.
In a new study study, the risk of a baby developing whooping cough was cut in half for mothers who were vaccinated against the disease before pregnancy.
A fungal infection called Valley Fever is on the rise in the Southwest U.S., with Arizona seeing the biggest rise in cases, according to a new report.
The study shows there is something amiss in what appears to be normal breast tissue in women with a certain mutation.
Increasing the length of time that babies are breast-fed may not lower their risk of becoming obese during childhood as previous research has suggested, according to a new study from Europe.
The U.S. state with the highest percentage of people meeting exercise guidelines is Colorado, according to a new report.
Both pregnant and nonpregnant women who said they binge drink reported doing so about three times a month, on average, and having about six drinks per occasion.