A recent study suggests moderate carbohydrate intake is associated with lower risk of death. Find tips on how to reduce your carb intake.
Can disciplined dieters overcome disease by chowing down on a chicken breast served up rare?
A huge number of climbing risks involve the overuse of your body at the climbing gym. Learn how to climb smarter with these tips.
With training the splits should come easily, but it doesn't happen in a day.
Two studies provide additional support for lowering systolic blood pressure to an intensive goal of 120 mmHg - far below the standard guidelines of 140 mmHg - to reduce the...
When it comes to kids and eye safety, there's always something. A recent study looks at kids and detergent pods, which can cause chemical burns to the eyes.
All the things your kid needs to go back to school.
Preparing lunches can take a lot of time -- which a lot of parents don't have in the morning. Find ideas for lunches that you can prepare ahead of time.
As the excitement builds and the entire country counts down to the total eclipse of the sun on August 21, ophthalmologists, planetariums, astronomical societies, and the media are all doing...
Almost everyone has burned their tongue on a hot drink, or pulled their hand out from under the tap after feeling the water is uncomfortably warm.
While decreased fertility is the first health concern people may associate with dropping sperm counts, it is not the only one.
Almost every teen now has an account on at least one social media platform. They use it to reach out to friends, to share experiences, and to tell the world...
Some might think it's a chance to ignore mom's advice to never look directly into the sun.
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