It’s about evolution; if dads aren’t around, mothers-to-be make subconscious calculations to balance their needs against those of their children.
Parents try to be fair, but children pick up on subtle differences in the way they are treated.
Doctors’ biases may influence how they care for their obese patients.
We got the scoop from doctors.
They’re popular events throughout the winter, but do they provide any health benefits?
Revive, a hydration clinic, treats hangovers, cold and flu with IV fluids. But should just anyone get a drip?
Fiscal cliff negotiations tested everyone’s patience, but even young children who don’t understand national budgets may show signs of strain during such economic insecurity.
Turns out we aren’t good at walking and talking at the same time, according to a study of pedestrians on their cell phones.
We know that overindulging in our favorite foods isn’t good for our health, but researchers propose a new way of quantifying just how harmful those treats can be.
The latest research quantifies how much smoking contributes to sudden heart-related death, and how quitting can potentially erase that risk.
Babies born at below average weight are at greater risk of developmental problems, but early use of supplements may lower that risk.
How can men avoid gumming up a relationship? They might start by brushing their teeth regularly.
Diets are all about finding healthy or “guilt-free” options. But maybe guilt is exactly what makes food — and the things we enjoy the most — taste so good.