If you’re looking for a fairly painless way to lose weight (or at least not gain) researchers at Brigham Young University have a new solution for you.
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Height does matter – at least it may when it comes to cancer risk.
Got milk? Well, you might not really need it, according to the current issue of JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) Pediatrics.
Could something as simple as drinking green tea protect you from developing Alzheimer’s?
Melanie Haiken, Forbes.com Contributor How much more news about weight loss supplements can there be to share? More every year, it turns out, as researchers synthesize new plant-derived compounds and… More
It’s almost the end of February, and after two months of self-denial, your New Year’s resolution to lose weight is proving discouragingly difficult. You know what you need to do: Cut calories and up your activity level. And you’re on the right track – but the train seems to have slowed down to a crawl.
Experts have learned a lot about how we make and break habits, and nine times out of ten we go about it the wrong way. Here are a few of the most common New Year’s resolutions that get made year after year – and that are forgotten just as often.
Okay, this is a weird one: Four highly specific physical characteristics of aging appear to predict heart disease. So says research presented yesterday at the Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association in Los Angeles.
You’ve read about foods that burn fat, and foods to help you sleep. But when it comes to heart health, all we seem to hear about is what not to eat. (With red meat always topping the list.) There are some foods, however, that scientists say contribute to low blood pressure
We try so hard every day to follow all the latest suggestions on what to eat, and what to ban from our refrigerators. (Choosing so-called health foods that aren’t actually healthy, for example.) Yet misunderstandings abound.