Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Nov 21, 2014 10:03 AM
Only 1 in 3 heavy drinkers demonstrated signs of alcoholism, meaning they exhibited or experienced a craving for booze.
Health officials say the plague is unlikely to spread, but locals should be on the lookout for symptoms and take precautions with their pets.
We often hear about the negative impacts of stress, but some stress is necessary — and even healthy.
Researchers knock therapies that defy the established laws of science, but advocates say there's much to learn.
Scientists may have determined what causes our brain to look like an big raisin, but they remain unsure about what causes the deep groove that separates the two hemispheres.
Relax and get energy with this Bringing Down the Flame yoga movement.
A simple arrangement of meaningful things can help us find inspiration in our daily lives.
The Indian legend is largely credited with bringing yoga to the West.
When life gives you lemons, eat them! From taming inflammation and hindering kidney stones to boosting antioxidants and fighting disease, the potential health benefits of lemon are many.
Hafthor Julius Bjornsson declares he is 'the future of strength.' Not surprisingly, no one is questioning that statement.
Up on a roof or deep underwater, there are plenty of unusual places where you can get your football fix.
Worried about those headaches or that spot on your elbow? Here are some symptoms that could indicate a bigger health issue.
'20/20' anchor says she checked into a treatment facility last weekend while away on vacation.
Thanks to the new study, researchers now know that certain set of T cells are responsible for attacking hair follicles.
When there’s no take back program for unneeded or expired medications, the Pill Terminator makes them unpalatable to people and animals.
At the European swimming championships, Spain's swimmers appear to be walking on water.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.