Kids brought up in educated households have higher IQ levels

 A new study has claimed that young adults raised in educated households, develop higher cognitive ability as compared to the ones brought up in less ideal environments.

'Young adults in Indian cities not concerned about obesity'

Young adults in Indian cities are blissfully unaware of the dangers of obesity, a survey report here said Wednesday.

Vaccines for young adults to help eliminate TB

The target to eliminate tuberculosis (TB) by 2050 is more likely to be met if new vaccines are developed for adults and adolescents and not just for infants, says a study.

Brains of depressed young adults 'hyper-connected'

 Several regions of the brain in young adults who have a history of depression are "hyper-connected" -- or are talking to each other a little too much, new research finds.

Gardening offers much needed health benefits to younger adults

Researchers have said that gardening can not only enhance home and community landscapes and provide low-cost food sources, the level of physical activity required also offers a multitude of health benefits to young adults.

Marijuana may cause heart problems in young adults

Young adults who smoke marijuana may be at risk for serious or even fatal heart problems, according to a study by French researchers on Wednesday.

Young adults with cardiac risks likelier to have worse cognitive function in middle age

Researchers have claimed that young adults with such cardiac risk factors as high blood pressure and elevated glucose levels have significantly worse cognitive function in middle age.

Obamacare signs up 2.2 million, a quarter young adults: Study

About 24 per cent of people who signed up online for President Barack Obama`s trouble-plagued signature health care plans in 2013 were young adults, the group key to keeping the system balanced, officials have said.

Casual sex may be double edged sword for Mental health

A new study has suggested that poor mental health and casual sex feed off each other among teens and young adults, with each one contributing to the other over time.

Two-thirds of young adults have had oral sex

While fewer teens and young adults are having oral sex as compared to previous rates, more youngsters are still engaging in oral sex than vaginal intercourse that is not as safe as safe they may think, health officers has claimed.

Study questions antidepressant-suicide link

Suicide and depression are very strongly linked in adults and the elderly.

Even a single cigarette can be hazardous to young adults

After smoking a single cigarette, the airway tissue concentration of NO increased by 26%, and the FeNO levels decreased by 15.6%.

`Stroke rates rising in young adults`

Children as young as five years are now having strokes in the US and blamed unhealthy lifestyles as the main
reason behind the trend.

Cholesterol levels in young adults predict future heart disease risk

Even moderately high cholesterol level increases heart disease risk.

Cholesterol levels in young adults predict future heart disease risk

Even moderately high cholesterol level increases heart disease risk.

Hangover impairs judgment in young adults

According to a study, the effects of intoxication last long after the booze is out of the blood, not only leaving a nasty hangover but also slowing reaction times and the ability to concentrate the next morning.

Hangover impairs judgment in young adults

According to a study, the effects of intoxication last long after the booze is out of the blood, not only leaving a nasty hangover but also slowing reaction times and the ability to concentrate the next morning.

Viagra kin perks up heart function in young adults

Sildenafil, a drug for treating impotence, also perks up cardiac function in kids and young adults.

Viagra kin perks up heart function in young adults

Sildenafil, a drug for treating impotence, also perks up cardiac function in kids and young adults.

Young adults suffering from ``anxiety overload``

An increasing number of young adults are suffering from "anxiety overload", warns a charity.