Health Studies in the News

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Prostate Cancer 3 Times More Likely in Men Who Work Night Shift

A new study released by researchers at the University of Quebec and Centre INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier reveals that men who work ...

Study Finds Hope For Aspirin As Colon Cancer Treatment

There may be a new treatment for colon cancer- Aspirin. It has been thought to improve colon cancer survival rates, ...

Study: Healthy Midlife Habits Lead to Successful Senior Health

Your eating habits, exercise routine and alcohol consumption now will have a huge impact on your senior health later in ...

Does Drinking Increase The Risk Of Arrhythmia?

A new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal finds that seniors with heart disease or diabetes have a ...

Men’s Biological Clock Can Cause Autism

It is commonly accepted that women have a biological clock that starts between 30 and 35 but research is now ...

Puberty Starts Earlier In Boys: Scientist Don’t Know Why

A recent study has suggested that boys may be developing earlier than previously. The study involved testicular measurement of more than 4,000 ...

Eating Red Can Reduce Stroke Risk

A recent study in the journal Neurology is shining the spotlight on your vegetable garden. Researchers were studying lycopene and ...

Study Finds Increased Risk Of Diabetes In Psoriasis Patients

April Armstrong and a number of her colleagues from the University of California have just completed a review of 27 ...

Link Ties Mental Illness To Creativity

Researchers have always believed there was a link between mental illnesses and creativity and a massive study in Sweden has ...

Promiscuity Claims Debunked in STD Vaccine Study

Researchers at Kaiser and Emory University in Atlanta have found no data to support a claim that an STD shot ...

Urinary Tract Infection Antibiotic Resistance

Urinary tract infections are one of the most common illnesses in women. ...

Drug to Limit Stroke Damage Shows Promise in Human Trials

A new drug called NA-1 developed in Canada is showing a lot of promised in a limited study conducted in ...

Surgery Outcomes Promising For Patients With Spinal Synovial Cysts

A new study published in the online edition of the Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques on Sept. ...

Study Says Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked To Blood Clots: Overall Risk Is Small But Present

A new study has given additional credence to something many researchers have long suspected: rheumatoid arthritis patients have a higher ...

Infertility Treatment and MS Linked: Can Cause Worse Symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects approximately 2.5 million individuals around the world. Approximately twice as many women ...