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Do you enjoy tea for its flavor or the soothing feeling brought by holding a steaming cup? In this Spotlight, we tell you which brews are best for heath.
New research suggests that by understanding the specific characteristics of brown fat we may be able to find better therapies for weight management.
Men who watch at least 4 hours of TV every day could see their risk of colorectal cancer increase by more than a third, a new study suggests.
Anxiety is a common occurrence in women, especially after menopause, and it has been tied to physiological changes. But could waist size be a risk factor?
Studies have long been telling us that too much sitting is bad for our health. Now, a new study claims that prolonged standing may cause us harm, too.
A study that looked at the body shape and size of almost half a million adults uncovers significant sex differences in heart attack risk.
A longitudinal study has charted exactly how extended television watching as a toddler might effect behavioral and health outcomes when a person reaches their teenage years.
We've all seen those social media posts about friends running marathons, going for a jog every morning, or signing up for a fitness program. The question is, how do they impact us?
High cholesterol levels can result in severe health conditions such as heart disease. So, we have conducted some research and selected the best apps to help you lower your cholesterol.
A recent Italian clinical trial discovered that a low-calorie vegetarian diet may be as effective at reducing cardiovascular risk as a low-calorie Mediterranean diet.
Find out what the average weights and obesity rates are for women around the world. We also look at how weight can be measured and controlled.
You might think binge-watching your favorite show is harmless, but a new study finds that too much TV could raise the risk of potentially fatal blood clots.
In this article, we look at nine ways to lower high insulin levels. This can be achieved through diet, lifestyle changes, supplements, and medication.
Dieters must often pick a side in the low-carb vs. low-fat diet question, but how can they know which is best for them? A new study weighs in.
A look at foot exercises for strength, flexibility, and pain relief. Find detail on mobility and foot health, as well as safety tips to prevent discomfort.
A new study reveals how reducing the intake of carbohydrates could help to reduce the buildup of liver fat in people who are obese.
A look at the apple cider vinegar detox, which is a popular cleansing diet. Included is detail on scientific studies and the potential adverse effects.
A look at visceral fat, the fat stored in a person’s abdominal cavity. Included is detail on when to see a doctor and the outlook for people with too much.
Our bodies don't take well to repeated dieting, which they perceive as potentially dangerous. One protein, however, may be key to weight management.
A look at the average weight for men, a statistic that depends on several factors. Included is detail on ideal weight and how to reach and maintain it.