Research

Research Indicates Air Pollution Speeds up Aging in Newborns

Research Indicates Air Pollution Speeds up Aging in Newborns

The new study is the first to link prenatal exposure to air pollution and the health of cells at birth.

New HIV Antibody Found to Attack 99% of Virus Strains

The antibody is the closest researchers have ever come to finding a cure for the deadly HIV virus.

Flint Water Linked to Fetal Deaths and Low Fertility Rates

Health issues continue to arise from Flint's lead-laced water crisis.

New MIT Technology Combines Multiple Vaccines in One Shot

It could revolutionize immunizations worldwide and provide much-needed vaccinations to children in developing countries.

Suicide Attempts Increase in Both the Young and Uneducated

This Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, learn how you can help prevent them and stop the trend.

Study Finds Surprising Benefit of Strong Teenage Friendships

The study shows that it's close friendships in high-school, not popularity, that lead to long-term mental health.

E-Cigarettes Shown to Help Smokers Quit

Switching to e-cigarettes could be the best way to kick a smoking habit, according to a new study.

Study Finds Mysterious Link Between Obesity and Depression

Obesity and depression are connected, but the reasons for it remain unclear.

Suicide Rate for Teen Girls Highest in 40 Years

Researchers say there are several factors that could be contributing to the rise.

Fewer College Students Are Binge Drinking, Study Shows

The percentage of students who reported binge drinking dropped from 45 percent in 2005 to 37 percent in 2014. Researchers have a few ideas why.

Artificial Sweeteners an Unhealthy Alternative, Study Says

Learn about the effect that research has shown artificial sweeteners to have on the body.

New Research Suggests Spanking Can Lead to Mental Illness

Decades of research have shown the detrimental effects of parents spanking their children.

Promising New Gene Therapy Used to Treat Leukemia in the U.S.

After decades of setbacks, this gene therapy to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia is getting closer to being approved.

Late Night Cell Phone Use Linked to Decline in Mental Health

A new study shows a direct connection between cell phone screen time and poor mental health in teenagers.

Older Dads Have Geekier Sons, Study Finds

Your son's high IQ and low social skills could be linked to when you started your family.

New Study Urges People to Avoid Coconut Oil

There’s been an ongoing myth that coconut oil is a super healthy alternative for cooking. New research shows that couldn't be farther from the truth.

Love Sleeping In? It Could Be Jeopardizing Your Health

A new study shows that those weekend late nights and late mornings could be putting your health at risk.

New Research Shows Health Impact of 2016 Presidential Election

Post-election side-effects are a real and could be increasing your risk of heart disease, according to a new study.