Are you feeling down in the dumps? Or, as they say, a little "blue?"
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a warning regarding five distributors of powdered caffeine due to misleading and potentially dangerous instructions on the label. The letter was released following the deaths of two otherwise healthy teenagers in 2014 after consuming caffeine su...
A high-tech mouth guard may be the new thing in fitness.
Most Americans aren't getting enough sleep and not only can that make you tired. It can also increase your risk for numerous health issues.
New findings published in the journal Psychological Science reveal that people who were born premature are more likely to have lower mathematical abilities and also less likely to accumulate wealth as adults.
Children living in inner cities are more likely to at risk of developing or even dying from cardiovascular disease. The findings are published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology.
When should you talk to your children about alcohol? Long before they ever take their first sip, according to a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics.
New findings published in the journal SAGE Open reveal that time spent watching television may predict obesity risk.
Previous studies have shown that breastfeeding may be more nutritionally beneficial for the baby than formulas. And now, new findings published in JAMA Neurology also show that women with multiple sclerosis (MS) who intended to breastfeed their infants exclusively for two months had a lower risk of ...
"Fun" or "happiness" isn't the first word that comes to mind when you hear the word exercise. Yet staying fit can boost endorphin levels, or neuropeptides, which help boost mood and lower rates of depression.
There may be a gene that causes nearsightedness, but only in people who spent a lot of their childhood reading.