You really are what you eat. Research has proven over and over again that things people put in their bodies can significantly impact how their body looks and feels, and the key to getting younger looking skin is to start by eating the right foods. Take a look at the list below to see which foods you can easily incorporate into your everyday diet.
Though chocolate has already been found to contain health benefits in moderation, researchers have devised a method to halve the fat content in the creamy treat.
New research shows that carbon in the waters leads to oversized blue crabs that can prey on oysters more easily, jeopardizing the oyster industry and water pollution levels.
The algae bloom in Lake Erie in 2011, triggered by agricultural practices and warm temperatures, could become a regular occurrence, U.S. scientists warn.
New tests date contamination in North Carolina's water to 1948, not 1953.
Over 3,000 pig carcasses were found floating in the Huangpu River near Shanghai, China.
Ben Lamberton suffered from the hiccups, roughly every 15 seconds, for 10 whole days.
Canadian Elisa Lam's body was found on Tuesday in one of the hotel's four water cisterns. Guests at Los Angeles' Hotel Cecil are worried after they were told that their drinking and washing water might be contaminated.
A conservative group in Kansas is lobbying for Topeka to remove fluoride from its water supply.
Genetics, sedentary lifestyle and eating habits are all well-known risk factors for diabetes type-2. A new study, however, says that there may be other factors that go unnoticed, like the pesticides present in the food, water and air that may increase the chances of being diagnosed with diabetes type-2.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.