Physical environment and willpower to change were two primary factors in targeting unhealthy drinking behaviors.
Dr. Pak Loharnshoon of the Royal Thai Army visited the group on Monday while they recovered at a hospital in Thailand.
Stanford University researchers found that American employers were more likely to favor excited candidates over those who were relaxed.
More than 1.3 million opioid prescriptions were given to children ages 2 to 17 between 1999 and 2014, according to researchers.
Batches of valsartan were found to contain NDMA, a natural chemical compound with carcinogenic properties.
The researchers want to find out how long the effects of cannabis take to wear off.
A fatty acid present in dairy products appears to lower the risk of heart disease, according to scientists.
The boys "thanked him and promised to be good boys,” the health ministry said.
11 million Americans have some form of macular degeneration.
Nearly 20 percent of state prison employees surveyed expressed symptoms indicative of post-traumatic stress disorder.
For every scientific fact about a hangover, there are just as many, if not more, myths connected to it.
Depression is now nearly 50 percent more common among pregnant women than it was 25 years ago.
Many people don't eat meat for political and ethical reasons, but the vast majority of Americans give up meat for their health.
The skinny fat body type has been linked to heart disease and dementia.
Scientists compared chocolate milk with sports drinks to find out which was the best post-workout drink.
Alex Childress was gardening to raise for money for college when he encountered a poisonous giant hogweed.
“If you ate a salad from McDonald’s since mid-May and developed diarrhea and fatigue, contact a health care provider about testing and treatment,” a health official said.
“I think the main thing that we are trying to do is improve health, not lifespan. An increase in lifespan could be a nice side effect.”
Rocky Mountain spotted fever causes many of the same symptoms as other illnesses, making it difficult to diagnose.
"Do not drink the water here. Climb Works should make this right with all the families that were affected by this."
A team of neurosurgeons and psychiatrists in Spain used this technique on four patients with the eating disorder.
Distracted driving causes about one in four car crashes in the U.S.
Her symptoms gradually got worse until she had to visit the ER.
Evidence suggests the signs of cardiovascular disease appear in our teen years.
Living closer to green spaces appears to have a positive affect on a person's brain health.
Tangles in the brain are believed to be a sign of Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists found that students in dorms who have air conditioning in heat waves do better on cognitive tests than students who live with the hot temperatures.
Intense sports fandom has given some people heart attacks and others a sense of national identity.
Digital motion sickness, or cybersickness, creates a dissonant response in the brain that leads the body to believe it’s in motion, this time after watching moving digital content.
“It's yet another good reason to pack the condoms for the summer holidays—and actually use them,” one doctor said.