Women who have higher vitamin D levels, compared to those with lower amounts, are twice as likely to survive breast cancer, new research suggests.
Frequent Facebook users are more prone to develop an eating disorder a new study shows.
U.S. scientist Craig Venter, who succeeded in mapping the human genome in 2000, is now tackling the mystery of age-related diseases.
Ahead of International Women's Day, paper co-written by University of Leicester academic reveals masculine culture of the workplace
Maria Kang, more popularly known as the “hot Facebook mom” who received criticisms about her 2013 post, successfully created the “No Excuse Moms Movement,” according to reports.
The man responsible for killing Usher’s 11-year-old step son was sentenced to four years in prison last Tuesday, according to reports.
Television host, Oprah Winfrey responded to one of her follower’s tweets on Twitter, asking if she could give her a dress, according to reports.
Miley Cyrus has finally issued a response in relation to Katy Perry’s recent comment about her tongue, according to reports.
Millions of high school and college algebra students are united in a shared agony over solving for x and y, and for those to whom the answers don't come easily, it gets worse: Most preschoolers and kindergarteners can do some algebra before even entering a math class.
An international group led by Vanderbilt University researchers has found cannabinoid receptors, through which marijuana exerts its effects, in a key emotional hub in the brain involved in regulating anxiety and the flight-or-fight response.
Cole Tesar, an army specialist, recently met his 7-month-old daughter Harper for the first time after being deployed in Afghanistan for the past nine months, according to reports.
Global warming magnifies the risk for malaria for those living in regions of higher altitudes, a study in the US journal Science said Thursday.
A teenager from New Jersey sued her parents for allegedly abandoning her financially when she turned 18.
Suicide claims as many as 30,000 Americans every year, according to Save.org. In a new study outlining mental health among military personnel, researchers made note of certain red flags that may increase a person's chance for engaging in the behavior.
Elsa Pataky, 37, came under by fire by the Fashion Police on Monday's Oscars.
An experimental HIV prevention drug may one day be an effective alternative to daily pills that stymie the risk of contracting HIV, new research shows.
Kendall Jenner recently made an appearance in the Chanel Paris Fashion Show.
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's home was robbed.
Eating more fatty fish increases good cholesterol levels, or large HDL particles, and therefore protects against cardiovascular disease, says a recent study.
Kids are eating more fruits and vegetables thanks to the federally mandated change to school meal health standards in 2012, a new report found.
The first national marijuana commercial aired Monday on Comcast, a major U.S. television network.
Family and friends - not drug dealers - are the most common source for abused prescription medication for the majority of abusers, a new study says.
Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. soldiers are mentally ill - including with issues such as depression and panic disorder - before enlisting in the Army, according to a new study, which suggests new recruitment screenings and assessments may be needed.
Gaynor Rzepka had no idea she was pregnant - until the baby arrived.