By Tamara Duker Freuman, U.S. News & World Report Since before the times of Aristotle, humans have been making errors in reasoning when arguing issues from religion and politics to science… More
Posts Tagged Health
Run faster and stronger when you fix these common flubs.
Studies link a shortage of shut-eye with obesity and diabetes.
Known as the slimmest state since 2010, gorgeous Colorado boasts the lowest rate of obesity in all of America.
Next time you’re fumbling for a hangover cure, you might want to reach for a bottle of soda.
Not every liquid behind the bar contains hidden calories — here lies five drinks to sip and five drinks to skip.
Laying your head on your pillow each night should be an exercise in comfort and serenity—not a guaranteed way to wake up with a neck cramp.
Consumers are hungry for miracle cures and easy ways to get healthy and slim without making much of an effort to get there. But buyer beware: Not all of the so-called “facts” you read about are true and, in fact, some food myths harm more than help.
You know there is a connection between the sun and skin cancer, but do you know all the places you should be looking for signs of the disease?
Do you do everything right — get to bed early, have one of those wave sound machines, wake up according to your sleep cycle — but still wake up exhausted in the morning? One of these hidden causes may be to blame.