Waking up early is certainly a great way to start a day. While there are myriad benefits of waking up early, it is quite difficult to form the habit itself. Here are some ways how to do it:
Starting off your morning right is important. Here are five things not to do in the morning.
Most of us dread waking up every morning. However, there are several ways that can make mornings special.
For people who are not early risers, getting up everyday for work or school is an unwanted task. Here are five ways, not including coffee, to start off the morning.
Morning shows the day (and also reduces weight). Here are few common mistakes to avoid and some simple changes that can help make your mornings better.
Exposure to morning light may help you slim down, according to a new study.
Taking the aspirin just before bed lowers the risk of experiencing a stroke or heart attack, according to a new study. The findings are useful to millions of people who usually take a low-dose aspirin for coping up with their heart related diseases.
Researchers tied different college majors to sleeping preferences, suggesting that sleeping-types lead to specific college majors.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration have approved a drug to treat morning sickness that was withdrawn from the market 30 years ago amid false reports that it caused birth defects.
Smoking is bad for your health, but a new study reveals that a cigarette in the morning is even worse than a cigarette at night.