Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Mon, Mar 30, 2015 2:12 PM
Want to get a handle on your life expectancy? Take a deep breath and read on.
It doesn't get the fanfare of the heart and no one writes poems or songs about it. But the liver does hundreds of jobs to keep your body healthy. Test how much you know about this organ.
Bizarre experiments from the 1960s revealed how the right and left brain hemispheres work, and they continue to enlighten psychologists today.
A new report says virtually all cancer mortality could soon be preventable due to better technology, treatment and lifestyle changes.
Facebook addiction differs from substance addiction in that part of the brain responsible for inhibition isn't shut down by using Facebook.
New study links dark chocolate's antioxidants to significant improvements in age-related memory loss.
Milk has some health benefits, but it's not the only or best source of some nutrients.
Each decade of high cholesterol raises the risk of heart disease by about 40 percent, meaning even mildly high cholesterol poses a risk later in life.
After 1 week, here are my experiences using Fitbit's latest fitness tracker.
From how often it beats to where it really sits in your chest, what do you know about your ticker?
Study reveals huge disparity between what women think they know and what they actually understand when it comes to their condition.
Aleppo soap has withstood the test of time since it cleans and calms even the most sensitive skin.
Research links the tart fruit to compounds that can help prevent obesity and its associated problems.
New European task force report concludes that the chemical compound does not pose health risks to humans of any age.
A review of 15 studies focused on plant-based diets found that participants lost an average of 10 pounds over 4weeks.
Researchers find that twitter language is a better predictor of heart disease than income, smoking, age or weight.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.