New research shows how the neural mechanisms of addiction makes us addicted or stick to certain kinds of habits.
Parents who nag their teenage children about losing weight are not being helpful, a new study reported.
Many high income countries have been able to combat the instances of cancer due to better screening facilities and lifestyle changes. However, the low and middle-income countries are witnessing a surge in those rates as they adopt the Western lifestyle
Managing stress optimizes the brain’s cognitive ability to unlearn counterproductive habits and learn new ones that are deemed better and useful some psychology experts say.
Teaching children how to cook using healthy ingredients can boost healthy eating, a new study reported.
Obese parents are more likely to have obese children, according to a new Japanese. Researchers said their latest findings are important as obesity significantly increases the risk for heart and blood vessel disease.
Maintaining healthy lifestyle habits stall the aging process according to new research.
It's not education, upbringing or self-control that helps people save money. New research reveals that feeling powerful may promote money-saving habits.
A new study found that extra schooling could lead to healthier lifestyles.
Researchers found that the sun protection intervention program was effective in getting melanoma survivors to improve their children's sun protection habits.
Breakfast really is the most meal of the day, according to a new study that found that skipping the morning meal could increase the risk of heart disease.
Researchers suggest that children's TV habits imitate their parents' TV habits.
Researchers state that talking to overweight teenagers about eating habits is more effective in influencing weight loss as opposed to talking about weight.
Researchers suggest that sticking to old habits could be more beneficial and less stressful than focusing on self-control.
It's no secret that stress and exhaustion can sometimes turn us into mindless zombies who overeat and over shop. However, a new study reveals that this lack of control during times of stress can also help boost good habits we've formed over time.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.