Last week, 5-hour Energy came under fire after the New York Times reported the Food and Drug Administration received 13 reports of deaths possibly linked to the energy drink. The claims add to the five deaths reported to the …
If you set the human mind to music, what would it sound like?
Overexposure to bright light not only keeps you up at night, but animal studies show it may be linked to depressive symptoms and learning problems.
A small study of professional soccer players found that even those who have never experienced a concussion still have changes in the white matter of their brains, likely from routine and unprotected headers.
Not that we need another reason to covet iPads, but the tablets may help those with poor vision read more comfortably.
For one day a week, citizens in the city of Los Angeles are encouraged to be ‘veg heads.’
If mosquitoes are responsible for spreading an infectious disease, you have to find a way to control them.
At every election, California’s ballot is filled with initiatives, but none received more attention this year than Proposition 37.
Poor sleep can lead to weight gain, but now researchers say the relationship works both ways
A government study raises more questions than answers about the validity of cleansing the body of heavy metals in order to prevent heart disease.
Mayor Bloomberg may have cancelled the ING NYC Marathon, but that didn’t keep thousands of runners from hitting the pavement on Sunday.
The weight room can feel like a boys club but more women are reporting to weight training classes and high-intensity boot camps.