According to a new study, drinking moderately can be associated with a reduced risk of dementia.
Get to know if there are any health benefits from snorting chocolate.
Get to know if coconut oil is really a healthier option to cook your food.
Get to know a psychological trick to make people eat more vegatables.
A new report confirms that more cosmetic products are causing health problems, specifically on the skin.
Food poisoning expert Bill Marler has your next meal planned for you.
Would a seductive label change your perspective?
A new study shows people who increased their water consumption by one percent reduced their daily calorie intake.
Brace yourselves, “Dead Butt Syndrome” (medically known as gluteal amnesia) is a serious health risk you should know about.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Are probiotics the new Prozac? New study suggests probiotics in some bread and yogurt may elevate mood and reduce depression.
The big tobacco companies have suffered another setback when the draft of a WTO decision was leaked. The leak covered the world body's decision to back Australia in their decision to implement the cigarette plain packaging law.
Soda is a common thirst quencher for everyone. Recent research stated that soda consumption is not healthy for the brain.
Some of Demi Lovato's fans and some doctors were not happy about her promotion of the detox tea she is drinking on Instagram.
A new study indicates that intermittent fasting can be a great way to lose weight. The new study has been published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
The BioScience Talks podcast features discussions of topical issues related to the biological sciences. By altering the heritability of certain traits, gene drive technologies have the potential to spread desired genes through wild populations. In practice, this could lead to mosquito populations that, for example, bear traits making them resistant to the spread of malaria. Despite the huge potential for improving human well-being, concern exists that gene drives could fail in the wild or, perhaps more concerning, spread beyond their intended target populations.