When it comes to fitness, you can’t always get what you want
Keeping bones strong may take more than popping a few pills, according to the latest research.
There’s a reason why you should never let ‘em see — or smell — you sweat. You appear not just less confident, but less competent and less trustworthy as well.
Only two of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s foodborne pathogen investigators were on duty during the government shutdown as a salmonella outbreak continued to sicken nearly 300 people in 18 states.
Add another group to the list of those facing higher costs under Obamacare — pets.
Two families affected by anorexia and bulimia shed light on the genetic contributors to eating disorders.
They’re the latest in high-tech weight loss, but all that technology isn’t translating into slimmer users, according to the latest study.
A new study explores why superstitious rituals — or avoidant behaviors, as the scientists call them — can fend off bad luck.
Convinced that her medication for bipolar disorder clouded her judgment, Homeland’s protagonist began the show’s third season self-medicating with exercise and alternative therapies. And doctors say that decision, along with …
We like to think we’re a progressive society that is accepting of all sexual orientations, but the latest survey shows anti-gay sentiment is higher than we think, and current methods for assessing attitudes about sexuality are …
What happens when celebrity role models get behind healthy habits and junk food?
A new paper published in the journal Human Nature finds that transgendered men were often seen as an asset in some societies.
Researchers credit vigorous exercise with lowering risk for the disease by 25 percent