Schools That Emphasize Diversity Produce Healthier Students
African Americans tend to have poorer health than whites. New research suggests a more welcoming atmosphere in school could make a difference early in life.
Holocaust Survivors Live Longer Lives, Israeli Researchers Find
While these survivors suffer more serious illnesses than their peers, they also die at later ages, according to a surprising new study.
How Many Lives Will Be Saved by Banning Trans Fats?
Thousands, and the laws will likely have the greatest impact among nations' poorest citizens.
Saturated Fads: Butter Is Back Only Because Our Biases Remain
Was a critically flawed meta-analysis claiming no link between saturated fat and heart disease so quickly lauded by foodies and food writers everywhere because they’re desperate to promote an “eating like grandma” agenda?
How to Stay Healthy Even if You Can't Avoid Stress on the Job
One researcher, who recognized that avoiding stress at work was, for some, completely unrealistic, went looking for alternatives.
Meditation: Strong Preventative Medicine for Heart Patients
New research finds major health benefits of meditation for African Americans with heart disease.
Classical Music Boosts Heart Transplant Survival in Mice
Japanese researchers report mice who underwent heart transplants survived much longer if they were exposed to Mozart or Verdi.
Pol Pot's Legacy: Cambodian Refugees in Poor Health
Advocates look to expand programs that address a legacy of the Pol Pot era: an epidemic of heart disease, diabetes and stroke among Cambodian-Americans.
Inkjet Printers Used in Bioprinting to Creates Human Tissue
Bioprinting allows researchers to create replacement human tissue and output it on equipment similar to what came free in your desktop bundle.