The findings of a new report suggest that half a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, several men and women in the USA continued to experience psychological distress, depression, and anxiety.
In a recent study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and published in Gut, people whose diets were based on healthy plant-based foods had lower risks on both counts.
According to the finding of new research, COVID-19 infection does not appear to affect the lung function of young adults.
For hundreds of years, people have observed that asthma severity often worsens in the nighttime. One longstanding question has been to what degree the body's internal circadian clock -- as opposed to behaviors, such as sleep and physical activities -- contributes to the worsening of asthma severity.
According to a new study young adults between the age of 18 to 24 are at the highest risk of becoming overweight or developing obesity in the next decade of their life compared to adults in any other age group, and obesity prevention policies should target this group.
According to research presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress using e-cigarettes containing nicotine causes an immediate increase in the formation of blood clots and deterioration in the ability of small blood vessels to expand and dilate, as well as raised heart rate and blood pressure.
Older people with abdominal fat, weak muscles have a risk of developing mobility problems, according to a recent study led by a team of international researchers.
Four members of the Indian cricket team support staff have been kept in isolation after head coach Ravi Shastri's Covid-19 lateral flow test returned positive. The Lateral Flow test is a new term for us. Let's find out what it means and answer some doubts related to it.
The findings of a new Cornell University research suggested that female mice exhibit a strong drive to socialize with other females following periods of acute isolation, significantly increasing their production of social calls that are akin to human emotional vocalizations.
According to a study led by researchers at UC San Francisco, individuals who are hospitalised during pregnancy due to sepsis have higher odds of complications surrounding childbirth.