This disorder produces involuntary movements and sounds
Every guy who has ever stepped into a gym has had, at one point or another, some aspiration to gain muscle mass. Follow these seven steps to pack on as much as a pound of muscle a week.
There are an endless number of diets to lose weight. However, practicing them could be fatal
New studies debate how using technology can be beneficial for babies
A woman’s monthly cycle is a common experience shared by all females. However, low income and lack of education make it extremely difficult to live a healthy period.
The alarming spread of the dangerous disease in South East Asia is creating a serious concern for health organizations
Mood swings and sudden changes in behavior can be a normal part of growing up but they can also signal substance abuse.
A study by the University of Michigan connects obesity to higher chances of malignant tumors
About two-thirds of chest pains are not heart attacks
This condition affects the sex drive of millions of women.
The use of bicycles is increasing across Latin and Central America
New research shows why calorie restriction made mice live longer and healthier lives.
Better education, healthcare, and infrastructure are some of the major improvements benefiting almost 10,000 inhabitants of Guatemala.
There are some potential health risks of marijuana but there also seems to be countless benefits
Health care is key for a growing population and economic growth
You’re no doubt familiar with the adage “use it or lose it,” it’s particularly relevant when it comes to your mental acuity.
According to a scientific study, “playing changes the neural connections in the frontal parts of children’s brains, called the prefrontal cortex.
In a study, Oliver J. Rando, MD, PhD, and colleagues at UMass Medical School, demonstrate that mice born of fathers who are habitually exposed to nicotine inherit enhanced chemical tolerance and drug clearance abilities.
Maternal health and reproductive rights ensured by UNFPA are in risk over $140 million funding cuts.
Teachers from the Universidad de los Andes created an equation that could diminish the risks of the Colombian healthcare system and improve its performance. Will it work?
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