The limited mobility of stroke survivors puts them at increased risk of osteoporosis, broken bones and falls—but most are never screened for these problems.
Good news: Smiling may indeed boost your mood. Bad news: Frowning will bring you down.
Your kindergarten teacher had it right—if you want to bring cheer and goodness into your life, you should first deliver the joy to others.
The new treatment, Mavenclad, is recommended for patients who have seen less success with other MS medications.
Reports of poisoning from this unregulated herbal substance have jumped 50-fold in the past six years.
Lack of sleep leads to stagnancy in brain regions that control dopamine, which invariably leads to dreary days of body aches.
New research indicates a frail brain could be more susceptible to neurological problems such as dementia, as the patient is less able to cope.
A sedentary lifestyle—including long stretches of sitting at work—is one of the surest routes to health trouble.
Fitness, food, light therapy and socialization can help fend off the seasonal sadness that befalls many amid winter's dark and dreary months.
Study: Children who hone their musical skills will often show bigger gains in other areas of academics.
Medical researchers have found that heavy users of social media have significantly higher odds of depression.
A new clinical analysis strengthens the notion that moderate exercise can help older adults reclaim some of their mental acuity.