Exercise, a healthy diet and weight loss can expedite significant changes in the body that promote better health and overall well-being. Now, a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism shows that the brain can also reap the benefits of weight loss.
Scientists may have new evidence that calls a long-standing belief about depression into question. A new study reveals that mice lacking the ability to make serotonin, a chemical, in their brains did not show depression-like symptoms.
Excessive weight loss may not be the only sign of an eating disorder, particularly among teens and adolscents. A recent study shows that some normal-weight teens may also be struggling with dangerous behaviors related to food and body image.
Is it really as important as some say, particularly for weight loss?
Is that organic apple you're buying actually organic? Scientists have taken a look at both conventional and organic tomatoes in order to devise a new way to make sure that farms are labeling their produce appropriately.
A new study reveals that weekend hospitalization of pediatric leukemia patients was linked to longer stay at the hospital.
Researchers at the Kansas State University found that gender is linked to the type of severe or fatal crash a young driver will be involved in.
A team of researchers has found that continuous airway pressure is very effective in treating older patients suffering from sleep apnea.
Intake of salt remains high in people belonging to low socio-economic positions as compared to those from the higher socio-economic positions.
A team of Finnish researchers presented a strong association between eating disorders and autoimmune diseases.
Researchers have identified that the absence of a naturally occurring protein - MK2/3 - is strongly associated with initial signs of dementia.