Figuring out when to exercise could be just as important as the exercise itself, according to new research on the relationship between meal times and workouts.
Researchers who monitored people with deep brain stimulation implants for 8 years suggest that the treatment can benefit those with severe depression.
Mint is a popular herb that can be used fresh or dried in many dishes and infusions. Mint oil is often used in toothpaste, gum, candy, and beauty products.
Doctors often recommend certain dietary interventions — such as following a Mediterranean-type diet or cutting salt intake — in the interest of protecting heart health. On top of this, many individuals believe that dietary supplements will help them stay healthy.
A new case study of a man with Crohn’s disease details how his symptoms disappeared after he stopped eating animal based and highly processed foods. He switched to a diet comprising only plant foods after a year of standard treatment that did not resolve the condition.
New research has found that not all forms of sedentariness are equal when it comes to the extent to which they put heart health at risk.
Could being a morning or an evening person be a risk factor for breast cancer? A large study suggests that women who are morning people could be at lower risk.
According to new research, human brains really are hungry for information, and this hunger can devolve into unhealthful snacking-like behaviors now that we have unfettered access to random information.
A few years ago, scientists in Sweden sparked a heated debate when they published research suggesting that taking antioxidant supplements, such as vitamin E, could make cancer more invasive. Their revelations challenged the belief that antioxidants can help fight cancer.
One global study that investigated the role of iron in a variety of health conditions has found that excess iron may lead to a higher risk of bacterial skin infections.