If you're planning to enjoy your Thanksgiving meal in a restaurant this year, watch out; the delicious aromas may up your food intake.
The one meal a day diet is a popular diet plan that claims to help people lose weight through intermittent fasting. Is it safe and effective? We find out.
A limited diet can help a person reduce the symptoms of diarrhea. In this article, learn what foods to eat, what foods to avoid, and when to see a doctor.
There are several versions of the egg diet, all of which involve eating eggs as the main source of protein and restricting other foods. Is it safe?
British-based researchers reviewed more than 200 existing studies to assess whether coffee is, in fact, good for your health. Here's what they found.
New research reveals how the essential oil that gives cinnamon its unique flavor and smell makes fat cells burn energy instead of storing it.
A new study using cells taken from joints of people with rheumatoid arthritis shows that some types of immune cell can lose their sensitivity to vitamin D.
Making good dietary choices and exercising regularly can effectively manage fatty liver disease. Learn more about foods to eat and foods to avoid.
Eating fruit can help ensure a person gets enough fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Learn more about which fruits have low sugar contents.
There are a range of conditions that can cause pain in the lower left abdomin, including gas, diverticulitis, and hernias. Learn more in this article.
Researchers say that grandparents should be more careful: spoiling their grandchildren and exposing them to bad habits may increase their risk of cancer.
Learn all about chlorella, a form of alga that is available as a supplement and is considered to be a superfood. We look at its reported health benefits.
A look at how to make your nails grow faster. Included is detail on the way that diet can impact nail health, and the home remedies to promote nail growth.
A new meta-analysis has found a link between lower blood concentrations of vitamin D and reduced success rates in assisted reproduction therapy.
In the Dutch famine of 1944–1945, rations fell to just 500 calories per day. A new study looks at how this affected the future mental health of babies.
We all love coffee, and according to the latest report, your liver loves coffee, too. So, grab your mug, sit back, and we'll explain the details.
A look at burdock root, a plant native to North Asia and Europe with many medicinal uses. Included is detail on side effects and how to use it effectively.
New research shows that replenishing the friendly bacteria in our gut that are affected by too much salt may lower high blood pressure.
A look at the possible benefits of chamomile tea. Included is information on chamomile tea safety and the scientific mechanism of action it causes.
A new study used an electroencephalogram to examine the brain waves of regular nut consumers. Strong associations with cognition and immunity were found.