Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, Mar 12, 2014 2:43 PM
Walking isn't always a cakewalk, but it's still one of the best ways for humans to get in shape, get around and get back to nature.
Researchers have discovered a class of pheromones that allow fruit flies to sexually control themselves. Eliminating those chemicals results in no-holds-barred sexual activity ... to the point of ignoring gender and species.
Hotels know they need to do more for guests than provide a good night's rest. These are the top 10 green efforts among hotels.
Don't let sunburn, bug bites or poison ivy spoil your summer. Let Mother Nature soothe your pain without hurting your wallet or the planet.
Top 10 green U.S. cities
Like water for chocolate? Researchers now say that water may be just as effective a comfort food as chocolate, but without the calories.
The herbicide atrazine is suspected of causing birth defects, reproductive problems.
Research suggests that giving up drinking entirely may lead to depression.
Traffic pollution linked as possible cause for appendix inflammation.
Health care workers in Memphis and Indianapolis are among the first Americans to be inoculated against swine flu.
New study indicates that children who often received sweets, including chocolate, are more likely to become violent adults.
'Today Show' hosts talk to Tanya Snyder, wife of Redskins' owner Dan Snyder, about what the NFL is doing to promote breast cancer awareness.
A yoga studio offers an exercise class for you and your pooch. NBC's Chuck Scarborough reports.
A ban on big dogs in New York City’s public housing is creating an urban endangered species, and animal rescue groups are not happy.
After killing all of the country’s pigs in an attempt to thwart swine flu, Egyptian officials see flaws in the plan.
These dietary dynamos fight everything from cholesterol to cancer, helping you live a longer, healthier life.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.