Cravings for unhealthy foods often go hand in hand, which isn’t good news for young waistlines.
The latest studies show that while attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drugs can be effective, some kids may be wrongly diagnosed — and therefore inappropriately treated — with the stimulant medications.
College is expensive, but don’t forget about these additional expenses that add up fast
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.
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.
Think you need a gym to stay in shape? According to the American College of Sports Medicine, one of the leading fitness trends involves nothing more than your own body weight
One family is suing an energy drink maker after a 14-year old died soon after consuming the caffeinated beverages.
As cheerleading becomes more competitive, too many students are getting injured
It’s inevitable that as we age, our brains get smaller. Nerves die off, losing their connections, and that leads to a thinned out network feeding our thinking functions. But brain shrinkage isn’t inevitable, according to the …
Anne Wojcicki plans to sell whole-genome sequencing directly to consumers, no doctors needed
Left to our own devices, we find a plethora of reasons to skip our workouts. Maybe a fitness concierge would help—if you can afford one.
Got hungry teens (and their friends) parked in your kitchen? Here’s how to manage your food costs as your family changes.