Here's what science says about the popular and best diets of 2017.
Cancer is one of the top diseases that many people try to avoid though there is no telling how a person can lower the chances of inheriting the “Big C”. Medication could help but at the end of the day, it is all about following healthy lifestyles.
Dieting is something that will originate from various sources but the deal here is that the underlying factor is knowing what to eat and what not to. And the best person to guide people towards that is a nutritionist who can help single out what you should and should not eat.
By tradition, everyone knows that it is advisable to have three meals a day. These days however, there are some who fail to do so due to busy schedules. Instead, the scenario would likely see people eating one or two meals or multiple mini meals in a day.
April is Autism Awareness Month and will soon be over but one has to ask, why the rate of autism has risen over the last decades. Human genetics is seen as one likely cause but there has to be some underlying factor tied up to it as well.
If you are looking for affection from your fat cat, then just put it on a diet!
A diet plan devised to halt the effects of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia was ranked as the easiest to follow by health experts in a US News-led report on the Best Diets of 2016.
According to a new study, there are very small differences between the effectiveness of branded or trademarked diets.
Diets that are low in saturated fat don't curb heart disease risk in any case, according to a leading US cardiovascular research scientist and doctor of pharmacy.
Roughly 40 percent of autistic children receive alternative medications, a new study reported.
Researchers found that children from the ages of 11 and 16 are getting healthier within the past few years.
Researchers suggest that human ancestors munched on grass everyday before switching over to meats.
A survey done in the United Kingdom reported that Sunday at 7pm is the most vulnerable time for people to turn to comfort eating.