Things are going from bad to worse.
Quality relationships can actually make you live longer. And better.
Dementia is not inevitable. Staying healthy is the first step to challenge it.
Turns out, activity inequality is a great predictor of obesity rates.
It’s the first case in the state since 1997.
That sounds more like wizardry than science.
Delicious and healthy? Sign me up!
Money is hard to come by these days in Italy but at least people have their good health.
That’s 500,000 extra years of healthy life and more than AUD 3 billion in costs for Australia’s current population.
Gimme some of that avocado, I got a lot of work to do.
Roll up! Your sleeves so we can do some research, of course.
A new study has revealed that among all the existing measures to improve public health, bike lanes could trump them all.
So remember, don’t smoke kids.
Parents should know this if they want to make an informed decision.
A previous study found that Vikings suffered from massive worm infestations, and this may be the key to an inherited predisposition to emphysema and other lung conditions.
A single energy drink can alter your health significantly, and consuming energy drinks regularly can be absolutely devastating.
The results of a new UEA study reveal that people who eat high levels of certain amino acids found in meat and plant-based protein have lower blood pressure and show less arterial stiffness, directly translating to higher levels of cardiovascular health. The magnitude of the association is similar to those previously reported for lifestyle risk factors including salt intake, physical activity, alcohol consumption and smoking.
If you find it hard to focus, you’re feeling a lack of enthusiasm or simply are stressed, a walk during lunch hours might do wonders for you. A new study has found that just with a walk, you could fight all those issues.
A new study has shown that women who experience racial discrimination while pregnant suffer significant health impacts – and they pass them on to their children.
When he was 12, Martin Pistorius came home with a sore throat. His condition quickly deteriorated and he was soon unable to move or even talk, and eventually crashed into a coma which would go on to last 12 years. It’s not clear what his disease was, and doctors don’t really know what happened to him, though the likely suspect is