Parents who talk to their kids about their own, past drug may not be helping their kids to avoid drugs.
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For most people, the evidence doesn’t support any bone benefit of the popular supplements.
Closeness in a relationship doesn’t necessarily follow the more-is-better approach.
We admit we’ve changed in the past, but mistakenly believe we’ll be the same person in the future
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.
Helpful tips on how to be there for your ill and aging parents, while protecting your job and the financial well-being of you and your family
Your iPod can help you run faster and longer. So, earlier this week, we asked music and exercise expert Dr. Costas Karageorghis, who’s worked with Olympic athletes to select the right workout music, for some expert tips on …
Sometimes you need an extra push to hit the pavement or treadmill — or to make it through that last grueling mile of training — and the key may simply be loading right songs on your iPod, according to Dr. Costas Karageorghis, …
Elderly patients who undergo cataract surgery may be up to 28% less likely to fall and suffer a crippling hip fracture, a new study finds
Biology meets history in a new book on revolution, riot and the sex hormone testosterone. Author Karin Kneissl explains
News reports declaring deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak ‘clinically dead’ have onlookers confused. One would think ‘dead’ is a pretty straightforward characterization, but nowadays defining death is a little more complicated.
Despite a boatload of research linking parenthood with all sorts of negative outcomes, a three-part study finds that parents — and dads, in particular — are decidedly happier than nonparents.