Night owls have a variant gene that messes up the internal body clock of humans that is why they have irregular sleeping patterns.
Understanding how celiac disease develops is an urgent area of study as an increasing number of Americans are being diagnosed with the disease.
A recent research reveals how many steps in a day to lose weight are needed. Dr. William Tigbe found out that a person actually needed up to 15,000 steps a day to make walking more effective.
According to a study, men might not benefit from supplements for their heart health. Supplement manufacturers disagree.
The Mama June Shannon weight loss project included surgeries such as gastric sleeve, breast augmentation, and skin removal. The journey is not always pretty and the reality star reveals how she threw up because of it.
Researchers found that use of antibiotics as a child might lead to the development of autoimmune diseases in adulthood.
Seniors have trouble generating good quality of sleep, according to a study.
Vince Carter knows how important nutrition is.
CDC warns the American public about the high prevalence of HPV among adults.
A new male contraceptive injection is close to have clinical trials in humans after being found to be reversible in the laboratory and have minimal side effects.
Maryse gives a glimpse of how she maintains her weight and how she achieved her curves.
Gordon Ramsay shares his workout routine and his meal plan.He also adds to hare the one food he cannot stomach.
Britney Spears shows fitness routine on Tuesday and shared her workout moves to her fans on Instagram. It just proves how the singer is back on top with her game from the physical and emotional challenges she had faced years before.
A new study on mice revealed that removing some neurons that affect breathing patterns can change moods. Researchers were able to deduce that breathing exercises help to de-stress and relax.
The upcoming tech called KwitCase 2.0 application that helps quit smoking by using artificial intelligence, machine learning and neural gamification is made for smokers. Because of the mechanism, it can smartly provide the user a personalized plan to live a smoke-free life.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.