After added flak from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for adding caffeine to candy, Wrigley is pulling their caffeine gum off the market. The FDA has also said that many of the energy foods are promoted with social media campaigns, which unfairly targets young people when too much caffeine can...
A study from the Michigan State University reveals that men who experience high levels of sexual harassment are more likely to induce vomiting and consume laxatives and diuretics to control their weight, when compared to women
A natural remedy has been discovered to fight against Parkinson's disease. According to a study published in the journal Annals of Neurology, eating food that contains traces of nicotine such as tomatoes or pepper helps in lowering the risk of developing Parkinson's.
A latest scientific statement by the American Heart Association suggests that having a pet reduces the risk of heart diseases. The study is published in the journal Circulation.
A large number of women 18 and older prefer to delay or miss out their monthly menstruation by missing out on the instructions of birth control pills and other hormonal contraceptives, according to the study published in the journal Contraception.
Most women are dissatisfied with their figure, and feel self conscious of their body type. Unlike men who are sensitive of their body shape and don't talk about it openly, women, on the other hand, often engage in 'fat talk'.
Researchers from Monash University looked into a phenomenon known as somatic contagion, which is present in one in three people, who could feel pain by watching others experience pain.
A new study suggests that frequent hospitalizations may be linked to increased insomnia in some people.
McDonalds Angus Burger will soon be cut out of their menu, after 4 years being sold at the burger chain.
Scientists at the University of Reading have popped the cork to check if champagne offers any health benefits. The study results may give you a good excuse to gulp down three glasses of bubbly a week.
A study conducted by researchers of Penn State, Tufts University and University of Pennsylvania suggests that consuming whole walnuts or their extracted oil lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases.