(HealthDay)—Watching too much television may lower odds of survival after colorectal cancer, new research suggests. The findings were published online Dec. 8 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
(HealthDay)—Circadian variations in gene expression may contribute to temporal variations in the symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis, according to research published online Dec. 2 in Allergy.
Several past studies have suggested that the magnetic fields created by phones, high-voltage power lines and other electrical equipment are harmful for humans.
(HealthDay)—Changes in postural sway are caused by low back pain (LBP), but not pain-related fear, indicating that pain control should be a treatment component in the rehabilitation process to restore optimal postural control, ...
In an editorial published online today in the International Journal of Epidemiology, experts from the Departments of Psychiatry and Epidemiology at Columbia University, New York, are calling for survivors of the Ebola epidemic ...
(HealthDay)—Depression and anxiety are independently, yet oppositely, associated with electrocardiographic (ECG) T-wave inversions, according to a study published in the Dec. 15 issue of The American Journal of Cardiology.
In a report published today in the journal of Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, researchers from Cardiff University were also able to show a correlation between patients treated with a higher dosage of insulin and a raised ...
(HealthDay)—Continuation of metformin therapy may improve survival in diabetes patients who are diagnosed with cirrhosis, according to research published in the December issue of Hepatology.
(HealthDay)—Men's breast cancer differs in some ways from women's, new research finds.
Most exaggeration in health related science news is already present in academic press releases, finds a study published in The BMJ this week.