A rare parasitic infection recently affected a couple on their honeymoon in Hawaii.
Gluten-Celiac Disease supplements are apparently not at all helpful in clinically treating celiac disease.
Legumes can help to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and also delay the possibility, says the latest group of a research team.
A report suggest that the existence of gray hair in a man is actually a sign of heart disease.
Get the tips from Khloe Kardashian’s diet chart to reduce weight.
Learn how Jennifer Lopez maintains that fit body.
Women are reported to be at a high risk to develop heart disease and it may start during the teenage years. Exercise can be the best way to stay fit and healthy and cycling is one exercise that is effective to keep one's physical wellness.
Celebrity teeth are not at all new with big stars, including Tom Cruise, Niall Horan, and Cheryl Cole making use of specialized dentistry to improve the appearance of their smiles. Also, check out details about Baldwin's teeth bling.
Avoiding TV while eating can help reduce the risk of obesity, as well as other related health problems. Check out the survey figures indicating the importance of home-cooked meals and also risks of emotional eating.
Microwaving Tea is the best way to get health benefits from tea, says an Australian scientist. Check out what the inventors of the tea, Britishers have to say about it and other details.
Get to know about traveling and its health benefits. Plus, a list of five must see places in the world.
Here's what pregnant women should be on the lookout for. Also, get to know the things to avoid when one is expecting.
A video of Prince William talking with Lady Gaga over FaceTime was released in connection with the royals' campaign on mental health. They believe that it is ok to say that you are not ok and if you need help in coping with mental health disorders.
More than a year after the first ever sugar tax in the US was imposed, a study has revealed results that it has successfully decreased the spending on sugary beverages. The data came from point-of-sale scanners that reflected the spending habits in the city.
Scientists have always tried to balance fuel efficiency and weight limits in space travel. So packing salty food in a voyage could actually cause astronauts to eat more and drink less water.