From the shape of your cereal to the size of your spoon, everything in your kitchen is designed to make you eat more.
We've long known that sleep is important to your health, but a new study shows that skimping on your shuteye can lead to a lasting loss of neurons.
Bites from lone star ticks have been blamed for causing red-meat allergies.
If you're anything like the nearly 30 million Americans who treat their joints with glucosamine, recent research suggests it's time to reconsider.
A drop of blood may be all it takes to tell if you've suffered a concussion.
Does exercise affect how drugs work in your body?
A recent study suggests that Lyme disease might be sexually transmitted. Just how seriously should you take the findings?
In a perfect world, we'd get plenty of both. But this is reality—and we have to choose. But can science really balance sleep against training?
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