Should you grab a bite at your desk or eat with your colleagues? That depends on what’s on your agenda for the rest of the day.
For years now, the soda and fast food industry, blamed for rising obesity rates in the U.S., have been battling an image problem. Will promoting healthy lifestyles redeem them?
After a years-long battle in the courts, Plan B-One Step is is now available without a prescription on pharmacy shelves.
If I’m thin then I’m healthy, right? Wrong. There are several misconceptions people have about weight, losing it and what’s healthy. Here’s the low-down on some myths we’re better off busting.
A new study solidifies the connection between breast-feeding and intelligence, but it’s not the only way that mom can influence youngsters’ IQ, even before birth.
For the first time, there’s evidence that screening smokers may save them dying of lung cancer.
There’s no doubt that we’re living longer than previous generations. Now there’s encouraging news that those added years may be healthy ones as well.
Jealous of your long-legged peers? Turns out they may not have won the gene pool after all.
Officials still don’t know how more than 200 people in the U.S. fell beginning in mid June, but they know why — most were infected with the cyclospora parasite.
Allergies are certainly the result of both genetic and environmental factors, but there is fresh evidence to suggest that at least one major genetic aberration could be behind everything from hay fever to food allergies to asthma.
Bike shares are becoming a popular way to lessen the burden on public transportation and get cities to shrink their carbon footprint. But as most cyclists are noticing, you’ll have to bring your own helmet.
By taking advantage of disrupted motor connections in the brains of autistic children, researchers say it may be possible for affected kids to guide their own therapy.