Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Mon, Jul 28, 2014 2:57 PM
From wound salve and cough syrup to dandruff cure, honey comes to the rescue to solve a variety of body issues.
Actor says staying in superhero shape at age 45 is a lot harder than it was at age 30.
Their work reveals genetic clues about the insects' behavior, making it possible to target specific attributes.
Most of these infections are likely harmless, as participants in the study did not have symptoms of the STD.
Art can be a powerful tool for the mind. Here's how to harness it.
While the FDA takes its sweet time investigating the effectiveness — and potential dangers — of triclosan, Minnesota goes ahead and bans the controversial chemical.
Experts say we should get 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise per week for significant health benefits. Here’s how to do it without even realizing it.
A disease without a screening test, 94 percent of those eventually diagnosed with pancreatic cancer die within five years.
Naps perk up your memory and alertness, and a little bit of shut-eye can also improve your mood.
Both cigarette smoke and e-cigarette vapor increase the virulence of potentially life-threatening bacteria while also decreasing the body’s ability to fight them, new study finds.
From better digestion to facilitating scientific breakthroughs, this 'Jekyll and Hyde' of the bacteria world is worthy of some positive press.
New findings suggest that people get maximum benefits from physical activity if they exercise moderately, two to four times a week.
After 2 days of standing and working, I was sold on the office trend that's getting workers out of their chairs (and unhealthy sitting positions).
While temporary tattoos aren't Food and Drug Administration, the dyes added to them are regulated. Officials are asking people to report allergic reactions.
New study finds that autistic adults face disproportionately higher rates of these other health conditions than their non-autistic peers.
Early research indicates the commonly used antidepressant Celexa may help to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.