A new study suggests that saturated fat may be the key to boosting good cholesterol levels, challenging the long-held belief that dietary fat is unhealthy.
According to a recent study conducted by scientist from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, yet another factor might be what is keeping you from achieving and keeping your goal weight.
According to a report by Live Science, only 49 percent of individuals in the United States want to lose weight. This statistics is the lowest recorded number since 1991.
A new study revealed that adding walnuts to daily diet could greatly improve the mood and overall state-of-mind of people.
A recent study found that yo-yo dieting could increase the risk of coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death among post-menopausal women.
Tthe University of California, San Francisco published a report detailing the relationship between sugary drink consumption and sleep loss, revealing that not getting enough rest is one reason why people drink unhealthy amounts of sugar.
The molecules or grime on your smartphones could actually dig up dirt about your lifestyles, including medication and the food you like, a new study suggests. The new discovery could open up new ways for criminal investigation.
A new study revealed that moderate consumption of alcohol may help slowdown the decline of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or good cholesterol, as people age.
A new study from Pennsylvania State University revealed that adding canola oil in daily diet could help reduce excess fats in the abdomen in as little as four weeks.
A new study reveals that eating at least one egg as part of one's daily diet could result to a 12 percent reduction in the risk of stroke.
Natural compound in brocolli and other green vegetables could reduce the signs of aging.
A new study from the Purdue University reveals that adding eggs to vegetable salads can promote better absorption of Vitamin E in the body.
Gluten-Free, Paleo, Vegan or Vegetarian -- Which Diet Works Best?
A new study reveals that wearable fitness trackers are not reliable when it comes to weight loss and engagement in physical activities.