The generational divide uncovered by a survey from the Public Religion Research Institute may be linked to changing attitudes about religion.
Our study just published in Public Health Reports shows how much an infectious disease outbreak could cost a restaurant under different circumstances.
Thought leaders, researchers and scientists from around the world are asking the leaders of the world’s wealthiest nations to adopt Aging and Dementia as a theme of the G20 Summit next year.
CaringCrowd is an example of a platform to help crowdfunding for public health projects. What are the pros and cons and opportunities and pitfalls of crowdfunding?
Should somebody with poor dental hygiene pay more for their health insurances than somebody who brushes and flosses four times a day? In the internet of things age, insurers try to gather as much information as possible about the risks they cover. Are we ready to share information with our insurers?
Over the past decade, patients began paying far more of the doctor bill out of their own pocket, and suddenly they became more of a consumer.
Screen time isn’t great for anyone’s brain. It may be a particular concern for kids’.
The best science writers make readers desire to engage with complicated ideas while never getting ahead of the realities of the science they are writing about.
Another study combined Opdivo and Yervoy, two drugs made by Bristol-Myers Squibb, in lung cancer patients selected with a new type of diagnostic test. An third result hints that giving Opdivo earlier – before surgery to remove tumors – may lead to even more benefits for patients.
Being a "night owl" or a "lark" isn’t just about when you go to bed, suggests a new study that finds night owls more likely to have serious health issues and be at risk for early deaths.