it's not just popular culture, songs and movies that talk profess about love. It turns out that, the people in the lab-coats have found evidence that love is indeed good for health.
Here is good news for all those who want to gain benefits from exercise but are too lazy to move their bodies. A new study suggests that some low-intensity vibrations may be as beneficial as exercise for obese people.
Scientists warn that according to a new study, the supplement may not give the same health benefits of the drink and may not protect middle-aged women against a range of life-threatening conditions.
A new study claims that consuming non-alcoholic red wine could be beneficial for men with the high risk of heart disease.
A new study claims that taking cinnamon could be beneficial for type 2 diabetes patients for the improvement or control of hyperglycemia and dyslipidemia. The small study was led by Pushpanjali Sharma of MGRP PG College in Sodala, Jaipur, India and colleagues.
Good news for coffee drinkers, as scientists in Norway discover that java can do much more than just give you a kick start in the morning.
Most people are familiar or have heard of sexual or physical abuse but have no idea that there is another type of abuse that is less obvious. This is called a financially abusive relationship where you wonder "Is my boyfriend using me financially?"