Being a slave to the job puts women at an increased risk of developing life-threatening health issues, like diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and heart disease
Apparently, that extra-hot coffee you ordered could increase your risk of cancer.
A new study finds that barley reduces bad cholesterol, and we know you're wondering: Does beer count?
Dietary fiber can not only regulate your digestive system and boost your metabolism, but new research says it may also prolong a healthy life.
For the first time, the government has proposed sodium recommendations for food companies and restaurants in an effort to help save lives.
Two new studies shed light on what's going on in our brains.
A dermatologist gives her take on severe close calls with malignancy, and why we should take care.
Low-Sodium = Not So Great
The way you argue with your S.O. could hint at cardiovascular problems and back pain down the line
Think your skin is safe on a cloudy day, or inside your car? Serious sun exposure can still happen, according to a dermatologist.
A new study found nearly half of all heart attacks are "silent" and lack the usual warning signs.
Regular exercise significantly reduces your risk of 13 types of cancer, says new study. *Gets off couch immediately*
Regular churchgoers live longer than people who don't attend services, says a new study.
A treatment typically used on people with Parkinson's disease could show promise for people struggling with binge eating disorder.
Why you should take the latest study about meat with a grain of salt.
Look for this to make sure you're truly protecting your eyes from the sun.
Whether you're vegan, dairy-free, or lactose-intolerant, if you're avoiding dairy products, registered dietitian Christy Brissette explains how to get the nutrients you need.
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