A new study reports people who work 55 hours or more per week have a 33 percent greater risk of stroke.
A new study reports there are nine potentially modifiable risk factors that may contribute to a significant number of Alzheimer's disease cases worldwide.
According to researchers, the number of people with dementia, both in new cases and total number of existing cases, appears to be stabilizing in Western European countries.
A new study reports people who drink 3-5 cups of coffee a day are less likely to die prematurely from some neurological disorders and other illnesses than those who don't drink coffee.
Prenatal caffeine consumption does not reduce IQ or increase behavioral problems in the offspring, researchers report.
A new study reports telomere length may be shortened in newborn babies whose mothers did not graduate high school.
Researchers have found an association between loss of brain cells in the substantia nigra and exposure to a pesticide found in high levels in milk in the early 1980's.
Researchers report short sleep patterns of less than 7 hours are associated with more time spent in secondary eating and drinking, thus increasing a potential risk for obesity.
A new study reports an increase in diagnosis for GAD and depression in women who earned less than their male counterparts, with whom they were matched on education level and job experience.
Researchers explore the link between different life circumstances and risk taking behaviors in older people.
A new study finds differences in brain connectivity between children who grow up in poverty and those who grow up in more affluent settings.