Americans gulp nearly 400 million cups of coffee every day, so it’s time to understand what all of that java is doing to our brains and bodies.
The more we use Facebook, the worse we feel.
Buildings can earn LEEDS certification for being energy efficient, so why shouldn’t they qualify for being good for our health?
Sugar isn’t exactly a health food, but researchers say it could be toxic — at least to mice — and that’s not good news for people.
Growing up with brothers and sisters helps to keep marriages intact. But it takes a big family to lower divorce rates.
Recent studies questioned whether breastfeeding can lower rates of obesity among kids, and the latest analysis will only add to the confusion.
Artificially stimulating labor is associated with a slightly higher risk of autism, but researchers caution that the link may be complicated.
Injections made by a Texas compounding pharmacy may be responsible for bloodstream infections, says the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It’s no surprise that financial gain can be a powerful motivator, but a variety of groups are using that knowledge in innovative ways to help people get healthier.
Healthy adults immunized with an experimental malaria vaccine may be completely protected from infection, according to government researchers.
Anytime a novel virus infects human populations, scientists focus on tracing its origins. And this time their search led to the humped dromedary.
Researchers are narrowing in on the host of factors that can contribute to postpartum depression, from genes to social connections. The latest work focuses on where a new mother lives.
Beer smells like beer and a violet smells like a violet to everyone, right? Maybe not, according to the latest study that traced the way we smell to differences in our genes.