Don’t stress if you skipped breakfast today. New research shows that it may not make much of a difference to your health.
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I think we can all agree that stress is bad.
Two big meals better than six small ones, researchers say.
Researchers find cause for concern in preliminary study.
Great, the FDA has identified one more thing for people to worry about in the kitchen: spices.
Blueberries fare best in diabetes study, but fruit juices make things worse.
A new study found that folks with a slightly higher BMI than normal had lower mortality rates than those with a ‘healthy’ BMI.
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.
We don’t really need an excuse to eat chocolate. But isn’t it wonderful when a scientific study tells us that we should?
According to the Daily Mail, the New York Times’ “rival” as the most-read English language newspaper in the world, “research” has revealed that “drinking just a single can of diet fizzy drink every day can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke.”