A study has found that contrary to the belief that pain diaries speed recovery, they actually slow it down.
Obese women who need to lose weight for health reasons are less likely to lose it due to their eating habits, a new study finds.
Losing sleep at night or sleeping late into the morning, especially one weekdays, leads to binge-eating among teenagers, according to the findings of a new study.
Smoking causes osteoporosis and low bone density, latest study finds.
People who sit for many hours per day are at an increased risk of coronary artery calcification, symbolizing subclinical heart diseases, a new study finds.
New study finds that positive emotions and setting a goal in life contributes to better heart health.
People who lose even as little as 30 minutes of sleep every night may experience change in metabolism and weight gain, a new study finds.
A new hormone that fights weight gain from high-fat diets by normalising metabolism has been identified by researchers from USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
Despite being bad for the health, high-salt diets can help keep invading microbes at bay, according to the findings of a new study.
Boys who are aggressive tend to develop into physically stronger teens, according to the finds of the new study.