Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, claim that heading may cause brain injury and, as players are in control, the consequences can be prevented.
A West Virginia-based company has issued a voluntary recall for 3,000 cases of ice pops sold under two different brands over concerns about listeria contamination.
A routine trip to the dentist last year may have played a key role in saving an Oregon veteran’s life.
A young woman decided to have her leg amputated after a simple stress fracture she suffered walking down a street wouldn't heal.
A University of Tokyo study found that exposure to cold temperatures for long periods of time causes fat cells to become more efficient, improving blood sugar regulation and increasing metabolism.
According to sleep experts, you should ditch your alarm clock because it depletes your sleep and also means that you don't naturally wake up at the correct point of your sleep cycle.
A 57-year-old man was the first person to have both a double lung transplant and a procedure to fill his cracked vertebra with cement, which leaked into his blood stream and nearly killed him.
The results, from surveys of more than 10,000 young people aged 12 to 17, add to earlier evidence suggesting that e-cigarettes may be a gateway to smoking tobacco and drugs.
For many, grocery shopping is the most stressful thing about cooking at home. But nutritionist Susan Bowerman says it doesn't have to be so - and shared her top tips.
A study by researchers at John's Hopkins University found that fish oil supplements could help protect a person's brain from the harmful effects of chronic stress and post-traumatic stress disorder.