Scientists have successfully developed a permanent hair dye that is not only eco-friendly but is safer and as effective as the hair dyes available in the market today.
The growing number of evidence of the dangers of too much time spent sitting down have researchers urging policy makers into making it a public health concern.
Doing yoga not only helps people get physically fit but also reduces symptoms of depression.
Choosing and wearing the wrong shoes can literally ruin lives.
Kids II Inc., of Atlanta, Georgia have issued a voluntary recall under CPSC’s Fast Track Recall process. Fast Track recalls are initiated by firms who commit to work with CPSC to quickly announce the recall and remedy to protect consumers.
Zika virus has long term effects for mothers who were diagnosed with the disease.
There is an increased risk of at least 11 types of cancers among people who are obese.
Symptoms of E. coli illness usually begin two to eight days after consuming the bacteria. They include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.
The gym can also be for people who want to have a lifestyle change in eating, exercising and recovery.
Exercise and psychological treatments have been found to help in combating the common side effects of chemotherapy and cancer-related fatigue.
South Africa is planning to implement a sugar tax to be able to halt the country’s growing overweight and its obesity epidemic.
The United States’ aging population will help drive the projected increase in Americans with hearing loss. Focus on strategies for preventing hearing loss, through affordable intervention and access to hearing healthcare services are advised by the researchers.
A new study developed a new technique that checks how much urine is in swimming pools by testing for the sweetness of the pool water.
Swallowing metal poses great health risks which is why Quorn has ordered an immediate recall of their product. They pointed out that the recall is limited to Tesco stores only and any products purchased prior to February 27, 2017 are not affected.
Teenagers who eat poorly will likely to develop early breast cancer or a form of cancer in the future as suggested by experts.