There's no doubt that stress influences a number of factors in our everyday life.
New research suggests that labeling the ill effects associated with drinking too many sugary beverages could deter some parents from purchasing products for their children.
Nine stores are recalling two different types of children's cough syrups due to incorrect markings included in the packaging--increasing the risk of an accidental overdose.
It might sound a bit unsanitary, but could poop pills help curb obesity?
Single parents--especially single moms--aren't always getting enough sleep, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
What we eat and how much we exercise hold a big impact on our health; it's not all just about the cards our genes hand to us. Yet did you know that other people can dramatically impact our health, as well?
Science World Report met with Dr Louis J. Aronne, the director of the Comprehensive Weight Control Center at Weill-Cornell Medical College, to discuss cutting edge research surrounding the biological factors that influence weight loss. His new book on the matter, "The Change Your Biology Diet," is a...
A diet regimen that works for one person may not work for another.
Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found a liver hormone that helps reduce cravings for sweets and alcohol through the brain's reward pathway, according to a new study.
Bariatric surgery helped reduce the risk of heart attack and type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Is it possible to be healthy and overweight-particularly when it comes to physical fitness?