We all know that sugary drinks are not great for our health, but how much is too much? A new review of existing studies investigates.
Patients diagnosed with non-metastatic colorectal cancer could improve their survival by increasing their intake of fiber, a new study suggests.
Crohn's disease blogs can be a useful source of educational information on the condition and contain tips and accounts from individuals with the disease.
There is no cure for Alzheimer's, but research claims that nutrients can help to regrow lost brain connections. What does the latest clinical trial show?
A look at low creatinine levels. Included is information on what creatinine is, how it affects the body, and how to increase low creatinine levels.
Apple allergies can be caused by a reaction to a protein within the apple or by a condition called oral allergy syndrome. Learn more in this article.
Pooled analysis of eight global studies finds that just 2 months of (even partial) breast-feeding is tied to half the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
A look at how many times you should poop a day, including what is normal and abnormal, factors affecting how often you go, and when to see a doctor.
New research suggests that a component of soy foods may have the potential to improve breast cancer treatments, leading to the suppression of tumors.
Too much salt is not good for the heart, but now, researchers have come up with a smart — and tasty — way to help us cut down: spicy food.
Allergies to eggplant, or aubergine, are fairly uncommon. In this article, learn about the symptoms of eggplant allergies, as well as other foods to avoid.
Find out how our stomachs and brains know that it's time for our next meal, and why we might reach for a tasty-looking snack even if we are not hungry.
Night shifts can be tough on both the mind and body. We have compiled tips to help you prepare for, survive, and recover from working unsociable hours.
Salt cravings are usually the result of simple factors, such as boredom or stress. Sometimes, salt cravings can be tied to a medical condition. Learn more.
Research reveals that complex carbs have a taste of their own and suggests that people sensitive to it may be more likely to seek starchy foods.
Candy bars, cheese, hot dogs, and other high-calorie foods are twice as likely to distract us from a task than healthful foods, researchers find.