After analyzing blood samples from nearly 200 breast cancer survivors over five years, researchers at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center found that six months after taking up yoga, fatigue was reduced by 57 percent and inflammation was cut by up to 20 percent.
If you’re ever around babies, you have probably heard adults adopt that sing-songy voice and begin using “baby talk.”
A new study may have found a way to make a male birth control pill a reality.
It may be the city that never sleeps but New Yorkers seem to be spending a lot of time in the bedroom.
Pasta already has been maligned as a carb-heavy, fattening foodstuff in recent years, and now, a new study suggests that it might be linked to depression.
A New York Civil Liberties Union study released Tuesday said African-American and low-income youth — particularly those with special needs — are arrested in city public schools on a disproportionate basis.
The secret to improving your child’s behavior may be making sure they get to sleep the same night.
Twenty-five percent of New Jerseyans are living in poverty, according to a new study.
New Yorkers on Sunday were weighing in on a recent study in Germany, which concluded that people who have sex more often are more likely to command higher salaries.
The dangers of texting and driving are well-known, and 41 states – including New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut have banned the practice.
Does shaming people help them lose weight? A new study says no, reported CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez on Wednesday.
Next time you head to a public restroom, be aware that a new study says 95 percent of us do not wash our hands the right way.
Many ladies love their handbags and will spend a lot of money for the latest and greatest, but a new study said what is inside those bags may be covered in germs worse than what you’ll find in the bathroom.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Sunday touted a new report from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which said the city’s reduction in gun violence has vastly outpaced the rest of the nation.
In the wake of a new study showing that more than 10 percent of New York City adults have been diagnosed with diabetes, the city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has issued some reminders for control and prevention.