Study: This Single Dietary Change Could Easily Improve Your Health

Virginia Tech researchers found that cutting out just one sugary drink per day can give you a noticeable overall health boost.

Weird Virus Makes Plants Super Attractive to Bumblebees

A new study at the University of Cambridge has found that some viruses, when they infect plants, actually help the plants attract more bees for pollination.

If You Have Depression, Do Your Instagram Photos Show it?

Researchers have created a computer algorithm that can spot signs of depression in people’s Instagram accounts, based on their photos’ attributes.

Study: Fidgeting at Your Desk Very Necessary for Increasing Blood Flow

A new study shows that fidgeting and tapping your toes at your desk may actually help decrease the risk of arterial dysfunction.

Omega-3 Fish Oil may Help People Recover from a Heart Attack

A new study suggests that heart attack patients who take high-dose fish oil supplements may suffer less permanent damage to their heart.

These Contact Lenses Mistakes Could Seriously Damage Your Eyes

Contact lenses are generally very safe to use, but if you use them incorrectly, you could pay for it with pain, infection, and loss of vision.

Study Shows Some Viruses are More Potent in the Morning

A new study suggests that viruses are 10 times more likely to be successful at infecting their hosts in the morning, especially if the persons’s circadian rhythm is disrupted.

The Common Cold Came From … a Camel?

While investigating Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), researchers discovered that the first human to ever catch a cold may have gotten it from a camel.

Study: People Save Antibiotics for Later Use, and it is Not Good

Many people in the United States hang on to leftover antibiotics and say that if they got sick, they’d use them without going to the doctor, a new study finds.

NIH Official Warns that Zika Virus Could “Hang Around” for 2 Years

A National Institutes of Health official says the end of the Zika virus could still be a year or 2 away, and that Gulf Coast states, besides Florida, are most vulnerable.

Scientists Unlock Puzzle Piece to Latinos’ Slow-Aging Process

A new study suggests that despite a pre-disposition to a variety of health issues, Latinos age much more slowly than their counterparts of other races.

Do Season and Place of Birth Increase Celiac Disease Risk?

A new study suggests that where you were born, and what season you were born in, may affect your risk for celiac disease.

WHO Releases Alarming Stats Concerning US and Maternal Death Rate

Despite UN goals to slash the occurrence, the maternal death rate has risen alarmingly over the past several years across the United States.

Stranger Pays for Teacher’s Supplies, Social Media Reunites Them

In the realm of good news, seventh-grade grade teacher Sabrina Drude was brought to tears when a total stranger paid for her teaching supplies.

The Internet Sent 161 of Her Favorite Shirt to Girl with Autism

The mother of a young girl with autism took to the internet to find a discontinued shirt for her daughter. She was sent 161 shirts from kind people everywhere.

Study: Two Genes Can Help Detect Breast Cancer Prognosis

A new study has identified two genes that make women with breast cancer more susceptible to die from the devastating disease.

Research Suggests Zika Could Cause Long-Term Brain Issues

It is already known that Zika can affect babies born to infected mothers, but new research suggests that the virus may affect adult brains as well.