I love to have fun in the sun just as much as anyone. But don’t let the warmth or the longer days fool ya! Whether you’re out hiking, at the ballpark, or just trying to beat the heat, here are a few tips to keep in mind so you have a safe and healthy summer.…
Just last January I was completely clueless that any of my products had toxic and potentially harmful ingredients in them.
Long-term goal is to develop treatments that prevent cancer cells from attaching to new sites during metastasis.
Researchers say the test, which measures gene activity, can help avoid “overtreating” tumors that are not life-threatening. It might allow some patients to avoid radiation and chemotherapy.(Image credit: Chicago Tribune/Getty Images)
A new study finds that a multiple gene signature test can accurately identify breast cancer patients with an extremely low risk of death.
Your period shouldn’t be a life-changing event. That term should be reserved for getting accepted to university, choosing a career path, marriage… but not your period. But all too often, for women with heavy menstrual bleeding, their period changes their life and directs their decisions for days: what clothes can I wear? Can I go…
When children avoid school to avoid bullying, many states can lose tens of millions of dollars in lost funding, and California alone loses an estimated $276 million each year because children feel unsafe. New research highlights the hidden cost to communities in states that use daily attendance numbers to calculate public school funding.
Female first-year students earn a higher grade when paired with at least one other female for group projects in introductory college engineering classes, according to new research.
Does 60 per cent of your wardrobe consist of striped tops? Same. But despite our love for this uber versatile tee, it could be wreaking havoc on your health. Researchers at the University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht in the Netherlands have found a link between severe headaches or migraines and parallel lines. Participants of the…
It’s possible to alter the wettability of your skin using an ingredient commonly found in cosmetic cleaners, according to new research.