Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Jul 11, 2014 5:04 PM
New study leads health experts to believe that the rising temps of climate change will cause a major increase in painful kidney stones.
Researchers find that sleep apnea may be deprive the bones of much needed oxygen at night.
Dr. Mark Hyman says the former president enjoys a diet rich in vegetables, but also occasionally consumes fish and lean protein.
Determining why the the ApoE4 gene influences women more than men could help researchers gain a better understanding of Alzheimer's and its possible treatment options.
In a Reddit AMA, the 'Avatar' director says going vegan has made him feel '15 years younger.'
A researcher argues that the smell of ethanol signals to animals that fruits are ripe and ready to eat.
Do you know what temperature your room should be for a good night's sleep? Find out the answer to this and more in this fact-filled infographic on sleep.
If seasonal allergies are causing your eyes to itch, this study gives hope that you might soon find relief.
Researchers sought to gauge how often people had 'intrusive thoughts,' like an image of their house on fire or jumping off a ledge.
Homework and a discomfort about being outdoors are the 2 reasons cited for why U.S. kids aren't experiencing more nature.
With the help of electrical stimulation therapy, patients with spinal cord injuries can regain and control movement.
On a journey to learn how to ski, keeping one mantra in mind helped this writer merge a beginner's mind with mastery.
For a smooth transition from winter to spring, try these cleansing asanas.
Frances Chan hopes her plight will force the school to reevaluate how a student's health is measured.
Entertainment news host describes her weight loss history - and the daily tips she follows to stay healthy and fit.
Tame the frequency and severity of migraines with these simple and proven strategies.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.