Study: Water Increases Your Energy Level
The next time you’re fatigued at work, drink a glass of water to feel replenished. According to a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition, dehydration is a main cause of mental fatigue and memory.
Gallup: More Americans Were Uninsured in 2011
Texas continues to be the state with the highest percentage of residents without health insurance, according to the latest Gallup health survey on insurance coverage in the United States.
Researchers Create Chip To Detect Prostate Cancer in Urine
Scientists from the University of Parma in Italy have developed a chip that would be able to detect a suspected marker of aggressive prostate cancer in urine, which could make cancer testing easier and less invasive.
Men Responsible for Half of Infertility Cases Among Couples
Many couples struggle with fertility – about 15 percent of couples in United States. Though infertility is often thought of as a woman’s issue, data suggests half of couples are affected by male infertility.
Study: Exercise Improves Survival Rate of Prostate Patients
Regular exercise doesn’t just do wonders for the heart and figure. New research suggests physical activity may be beneficial for those with low-grade prostate cancer.
Study: Prostate Blood Test Reduces Cancer Deaths
A new study suggests men screened for cancer using the prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test reduces the number of prostate cancer deaths.
Study: Annual Prostate Cancer Screening Does Not Provide Mortality Benefit
Annual prostate cancer screening does not lower mortality from prostate cancer more than opportunistic screening, according to a new report from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Obesity, Chronic Diseases Stable Across U.S. States in 2011
Most states in the country have an obese adult population above 20 percent, according to the latest Gallup Index Healthways Well-Being Index.
Western States Boast the Best Wellbeing, Southern States the Worst
Want to be happier? Move out west. The latest Gallup report finds people living in western states have the highest well-being.
Study: NSAID Usage May Raise The Risk of Prostate Cancer
Researcher in Finland found that the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents (NSAIDs) is linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer.