Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Oct 24, 2014 12:08 PM
Science and Japanese tradition suggest that your blood type can reveal much about your personality and your health.
These techniques may seem simple, but they can help keep that creeping sense of panic at bay in all sorts of situations.
Synesthetes can taste sounds, smell colors or see scents, and research proves these people — who make up 4 percent of the population — experience reality differently.
What makes thousands of athletes want to line up for 140.6 miles of arduous swimming, cycling, and running?
Researchers may have found a way to stop cold-triggered asthma attacks before they even start.
Researchers went way beyond obesity rates when they sized up residents across the U.S.
We’re all admonished not to rush to judgment, but research shows we can actually assess trustworthiness in a split second.
Losing your ability to smell a sign of slowed cellular regeneration or the result of years of toxic environmental exposures.
Forget Florida! Norway is the place for splendor in one's dotage, according to a new ranking — though Switzerland, Canada and Germany are hot on its heels.
These intriguing maps offer a snapshot of jogging routes in a few major cities. But do they also say something about who's running?
Researchers speculate that certain types of antibiotics may affect the body's ability to process calories.
New study backs up the idea that kids need more recess and physical activity throughout the school day.
Less-showy ragweed, which blooms at the same time, is the real culprit behind hay fever's sneezing, sniffling and itchy eyes.
Immune cells that are better at controlling inflammation seem to be helping patients bounce back from surgery faster.
Long-acting reversible contraceptives have high costs, but teen girls will choose them more often than other forms of birth control when given the option.
Study finds that vigorous exercise may be linked to poor dental health — but don't blame sports drinks.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.