According to new research there is an association between just moderate physical activity and a greater than 50 percent decrease in cardiovascular death in people over 65 years old.
Will we ever be able to eat whatever we want and not gain weight? New research findings demonstrate that using specially designed gut bacteria might do the trick and help prevent obesity.
Imperial College London reports a type of sugar which is found in some women's breast milk may protect babies from a bacterium called Group B streptococcus which can cause a life threatening infection.
Virginia Tech researchers say replacing just one sugary soft drink with water could dramatically improve health.
For men and women who are overweight, which works better for their cardiac health—focusing on diet alone, exercise alone, or a combination of both weight loss strategies? Here’s what one recent study found.
Zika is yet again in the news. It seems the scary virus is making its way all over the U.S. – and that's alarming doctors everywhere. Recently, the FDA has announced that all donated blood in Zika-active states should be screened for the virus. Even if Zika spreads to your state, there are things you can do to boost your natural defenses against the Zika virus.
Shocking recent news reveals that the surgeon general is about to release a mass statement announcing America's opioid epidemic. If you've dipped into the dark world of opioids or are a heavy drinker, it could harm your weight loss efforts and general health. Fear not, there are natural healthy remedies that can help you quit.
Here’s what the FDA has to say about whether infants should have sunscreen applied to their delicate skin to protect them from too much sunlight.
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health reports prenatal BPA exposure has been linked to anxiety and depression in boys.
Here is yet another reason to include more plants in your daily diet. New research shows that certain essential oils may serve as a natural treatment for lung and liver disease caused by air pollution.
Many people truly love their coffee, and some scientists are wondering whether that love affair could go so far as getting people to eat coffee grounds. Don’t worry; chances are you won’t even taste them, yet they could provide some important nutrients and perhaps help with various health issues.
A training program for the reactivation of older and frail people focusing on physical training and social support has achieved incredible success.