From the legendary story of Marie Antoinette’s hair turning white overnight to the press coverage of Obama’s graying temples, the link between stress and gray hair has been a longtime concern.
Category Archives: Health
Almost everyone has a friend with a hollow leg. You know, that guy or girl who eats tons, never exercises, and somehow (infuriatingly) stays thinner than a clean eater, a vegan, or a paleo fiend? A new study on mice says it’s all about the (skinny) genes.
Wish those workouts didn’t seem to last forever? Research actually shows that people enjoy exercise more than they think they will.
Sleep. Many of us would like to know how to get more of it, do it better, and make it easier. And for good reason: The average person spends more than a third of their life catching Zzs.
The healthier alternative to the Egg McMuffin just hit the market.
Would you unwrap a bar of chocolate that looks and tastes like chocolate, while claiming to be a heck of a lot less fattening?
A new study suggests the microorganisms in our gut could affect how efficiently we extract nutrients from food, and the presence of certain bacteria could contribute to obesity for some individuals.
Lower on the totem pole but still pretty gnarly? Steak and turkey
Think being pressed for time will hold back your weight loss? Think again, says a surprising study by researchers out of the University of Copenhagen.
Birth control, equal pay, government representation — and sleep? Turns out snooze time may be the latest item on the list of women’s issues.