Fathers, who are actively involved in their families, work as much as the mothers to balance family and fitness, says a study.
An expectant mother can influence her future child's health if she's eating unhealthy foods. Fried foods, which can contribute to the risk of obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, could also increase the risk of gestational diabetes, according to the findings fro...
Obesity can cause a host of health issues, ranging from cardiovascular problems to type 2 diabetes and more. Now, recent findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) also reveal that it can drastically age your liver.
A new type of workout supplement could be dangerous, according to recent FDA findings. Researchers discovered an untested stimulated used in some dietary supplements, according to recent findings published in the journal Drug Testing and Analysis.
Recent findings published in the journal Hepatology reveal that drinking decaffeinated coffee could protect your liver.
Adopting several healthy behaviors is linked with a reduced risk of developing bowel cancer, states a new study.
A new study states that elevated levels of total cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood can up the risk of prostate cancer recurrence.
People dwelling in coastal regions are more likely to meet the physical activity guidelines than inland dwellers.
A team of researchers has found that intake of decaffeinated coffee offers protective benefits to the liver.
The idea of a chocolate teapot might slip into the realm of fantasy fiction. These unique and seemingly useless devices could probably be classified as pieces of tasty, decorative clutter. Yet rest-assured, they combine two of Britain's favorite savory-sweet pastimes: decadent candy and hot tea.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation have found that in some patients with allergies to metals, they can develop a rare and aggressive form of skin cancer.
Recent findings published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology show that the type of laxative a person takes may influence the risk of colon cancer--a health issue that's estimated to be the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.