By understanding why we eat the way we do, we can eat a little less, eat healthier and enjoy it a lot more.
Without sweat to cool us, our core temperature will shoot up, and our vital organs will start getting cooked.
A substance found in red wine may protect the body against age-related diseases.
Just 20 minutes of weight training daily can reduce abdominal fat that a lot of men tend to gain as they age, research has suggested.
The findings show a correlation between violence and cortisol levels in women.
Researchers found that kids with depressed mothers in “middle childhood” were likely to start risky health behaviors.
Women who consume medicines commonly used to treat osteoporosis and other bone conditions halve the risk of developing uterine cancer.
A vaccine that researchers developed to fight a fatal brain disorder in animals also holds promise for similar brain infections among humans.
Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to their non-diabetic peers, a new study has found.
Researchers may be able to restore lost memories in early-stage Alzheimer’s patients, suggests a new study.
Sierra Leone’s government this week launched a major operation to contain the epidemic in West Africa’s worst-hit country.
Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression.
First menstrual cycle age linked to heart disease, stroke, and complications of high blood pressure.
Excessive online social networking is addictive and could lead to poor impulse control.
The risk of the Ebola virus passing from organ donor to recipient is extremely small, experts suggest.