Could onion and garlic consumption be behind Puerto Rico’s low incidence of breast cancer? That’s what a study from the University of Buffalo and the University of Puerto Rico suggests.
Stuffing several medications into a “polypill” could aid compliance and improve health over expecting patients to take multiple pills, a U.S. study suggests.
Ride sharing services might seem like an obvious answer to older adults’ mobility issues, but the solution isn’t so obvious…
Most everyone gains weight with age, but a new study says there could be an unbelievably easy way to cut that gain in half: Just eat nuts.
A drug meant to help curb the cravings of addiction has found a following for a seemingly counter-intuitive use: to dull pain.
Surgery for weight loss may be an extreme step, but a new study of more than 13,000 patients has found lasting benefits. Patients with obesity…
You’ve probably heard that some Americans buy cheap pharmaceuticals in Mexico and Canada, but have you ever wondered exactly how that works?
In another exercise-related study, a University of Colorado team found that moderate exercise in people who were otherwise sedentary had a positive impact on the brain…
Health advocates are praising the social network Pinterest for taking an ethical stand on vaccine misinformation — and backing it up with editorial practices.