It's Official: A Massive Sleep Study of 44,000 People Shows Exactly How Much Sleep You Need Each Night
Did you get enough sleep last night? No matter who you are or where you live, the researchers behind a massive new scientific study on sleep say they can tell you exactly how much sleep you should get.
Health news When enough people take pills to protect themselves from HIV, they also help control its spread, researchers reported Wednesday. Pills that treat HIV infection can also prevent infection if
(Reuters Health) - While age-related hearing loss has long been linked to cognitive decline, a UK study suggests hearing aids may help minimize the risk of problems like impaired memory or executive function.
It's up to 99 percent accurate in the right conditions. Google has delivered further evidence that AI could become a valuable ally in detecting cancer. The company's researchers have developed a deep tool
(CNN) — Youth around the world are less violent where corporal punishment is banned, according to an analysis of data from 88 countries, territories and protectorate states published Monday in the health
In less than 130,000 years, humans have sawed off the most evolutionarily distinct branches from our family tree. The story of mammals is one of self-destruction. They first arose roughly 200 million ago,
(CNN) — This year, more than half of all US states have had confirmed or possible cases of acute flaccid myelitis, the polio-like illness that can cause paralysis and mostly affects children, according
By Pamela Constable Pamela Constable Foreign correspondent covering Afghanistan, Pakistan, South Asia, Latin America and immigration Email Bio Follow HARIPUR, Pakistan — When Mohammed Riasat, a government
Many people take a low-dose aspirin daily in hopes of preventing heart problems. Now, researchers have found that women who regularly took a low-dose aspirin — generally 81 milligrams — were 23 percent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Given a choice between giving birth on land or sea ice, Pacific walrus mothers most often choose ice. Likewise, they prefer sea ice for molting, mating, nursing and resting between
Health news Everyone has seen the ads or the products on the shelves. A dietary supplement that promises to make consumers skinny, without dieting or exercise. Or the one that will bulk them up and turn
Archaeologists using laser technology have rediscovered an ancient city outside South Africa's commercial capital of Johannesburg. The settlement, which dates back to the 15th Century, was home to up 10,000