Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Tue, Mar 31, 2015 2:52 PM
Genetic engineering is turning formerly dangerous viruses into beneficial agents that disarm cancer cells and expose them to the body's immune system.
It's intriguing — and a little scary — to know that the majority of DNA sampled did not match any living organism currently known to science.
The National Sleep Foundation analyzed sleep study data over the past decade to develop its recommendations based on age groups.
Researchers find that fructose may be more harmful than other sugars when it comes to its effect on blood sugar levels and insulin resistance.
Shared mobile health app will allow doctors to monitor a patient's health in real-time — and intervene before a hospital visit is needed.
Researchers find small but significant changes in participants' genetic makeup after exposure to smog-like pollution.
Hafthór Björnsson recently conquered the World's Strongest Viking competition by carrying a 1,433-pound, 30-foot log for 5 steps.
It's possible to train the brain to ignore certain things, and often the brain does it without much help.
N.Y. attorney general's office sends cease-and-desist letters to GNC, Target, Walgreens and Wal-Mart.
Researchers expose smokers to noxious smells while they sleep (and not just for kicks.)
Frontotemporal dementia's breakdown of inhibitions may spur on creativity.
A quick trip to the backyard (or store) can yield the ingredients to create healing concoctions at home.
Singer teams up with exercise physiologist Marco Burges for new '22 Days Nutrition' plant-based meals.
Australian study successfully uses probiotics to help increase peanut tolerance in kids.
The health benefits of jogging begin to drop off if you run too hard and too much.
Study found that girls who drank more soda or iced tea started their period earlier than their peers.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.