People living in areas with the highest levels of airborne fine particulates were 17 percent more likely to be psychologically distressed, feeling sad, nervous or hopeless.
Eating a high-fat diet increases the risk of multiple sclerosis relapse in children by as much as 56 percent, while each additional cup of weekly vegetables cuts the risk by 50 percent.
Maximum-security prison inmates reported feeling significantly calmer, less irritable and more empathetic after spending an hour a day watching nature videos for one year.
Teenagers that eat few leafy greens are at triple the risk for enlargement of the heart’s left ventricle, reducing blood pumping volumes, than teens that eat greens.
Walking, dancing, gardening and other physical activities significantly improve brain volume and lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Malaysian subjects with gastrointestinal problems had less pain, vomiting and sleep loss when receiving an ayurvedic remedy known as Indian gooseberry.
Four to seven saunas a week halved high blood pressure risk in a study of 1,621 Finnish men.
People with osteoarthritis that wake up feeling enthusiastic about getting things done in their day end up exercising more and feeling less plagued by symptoms.
Teens using marijuana have a higher risk of depression as young adults, and depressed young teens are more likely to be using marijuana by age 18.
Eating red meat and poultry significantly increases the risk of Type 2 diabetes, Singapore scientists report.