Slow down the calorie counting: Personalized diets could be the future of healthy eating, study suggests
A recent twin study hints that one-size-fits-all diets might be doomed to fail. Call it incompatibility.
Men who abuse hormones such as testosterone or steroids for bodybuilding can have declines in sperm and testosterone production, researchers say.
In drinking lore, it’s said that having beer before wine, instead of the other way around, can help prevent a hangover. Well, it’s not true, a new study finds.
About one in every five people who take Valium, Xanax and other benzodiazepines are misusing the potentially addictive medication, U.S. survey data show.
Christmas cookies are in the oven; mixing bowl, which is still coated with sugary sweet dough, is calling your name. Don't listen to it, health experts warn.
The holidays can be a stressful time, filled with worries about the future and regrets about the past. By practicing mindfulness — defined simply as being present in the moment — people can reduce their stress this holiday season.
People with celiac disease must follow a very restrictive diet, but an experimental vaccine may offer many of them the freedom to eat more normally.
A large study provides the strongest evidence that children and teenagers can be desensitized to peanut allergies through controlled, escalating exposure.