Gentlemen, you may want to hold the bacon. A new study suggests that eating a high-fat diet may be associated with lower sperm quality.
Narcissism and religion: an unethical combination
Sugar-sweetened sodas can lead to weight gain and diabetes, but a new study finds just how harmful the beverages can be on the heart, especially for men.
A new study expands the benefits of circumcision beyond protection from sexually transmitted diseases like HIV
Pass those peaches — a new study finds that eating more fruits and vegetables may lead to a rosier complexion.
A new study offers good news for women who unwind with a cocktail at the end of the day: light to moderate drinking is associated with lower stroke risk.
It’s that time of year again: don’t forget to turn your clocks an hour ahead on Sunday. And follow these guidelines for coping with the loss of precious shut-eye.
A psychiatry journal has distanced itself from a controversial and widely cited study it published in 2009 linking abortions with mental health problems in women.
What do women want? It’s the age-old question. But a recent study offers men a clue: women are most satisfied when their partner knows they’re upset.
One predictor of your chances of survival after heart surgery: whether or not you’re married.
Kids swallow the darnedest things — including these commonly ingested dangerous objects.
Little Johnny may turn on the waterworks at the sight of a toothbrush, but dentists say that’s no excuse for parents to go lax on the twice-a-day brushing rule.
A new study from six European countries suggests that teens who see more boozy scenes in movies are more likely to binge drink.