New findings published in the journal Chronobiology International suggest that body temperature could be linked to weight. If one is unable to create a sufficient body temperature, this could increase the risk of obesity according to researchers.
New findings presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Prague suggest that moving into the mountains may help you lose weight.
It turns out that sex won't make you as happy as self-help books claim. Scientists have discovered that increased frequency of sex actually led to a decline in wanting for and the enjoyment of sex.
Could excess body-weight ultimately influence daytime drowsiness? New findings published in the journal Sleep suggest that obesity and depression could play a role in our inability to stay awake during the day.
Could having a set bedtime schedule help children get to sleep better? New findings published in the journal Sleep show that a positive impact on sleep increases with the consistency of a nightly routine.
New findings published in the journal Women & Health show that the media could ultimately influence how a pregnant woman decides to give birth to her baby.
What we eat ultimately influences the makeup of our body, and a new study shows that this is particularly true for the makeup of our brain.
It turns out that Scandinavian traders may have helped spark the dawn of the Viking Age. Scientists have discovered that this period may have start far earlier and may have been less violent than previously believed.
In families where the father does not feel supported by his partner, researchers at the University of Sussex have found that these children were more likely to display troublesome traits.
May marks Asthma Awareness Month, a health issue that's estimated to affect 25.9 million Americans with more than 50 million suffering from different types of allergies with similar symptoms.
New findings published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society found that while walking with a cane or assisted mobility device did not increase the risk of falling, those who used canes were more likely to report a limited range of certain activities because they feared falling or an inab...