Let's ask the question: What costs more, healthy or unhealthy living?
Another group of healthcare professionals overwhelmingly use and recommend supplements. Find out what they take themselves and suggest to their customers, and why.
Here are five lifestyle choices that can help you boost and maintain sperm health.
Researchers from UCLA have uncovered the science of charismatic voices, and it may be the way you say something that makes the difference.
A new study compares results of two of the most common weight loss surgeries.
Violent criminals are far more likely to have two particular genes than the general population. So, what should we do with them?
Scientists are creating a wearable gadget that stimulates and collects sweat via a patch the size of a band-aid, and then analyzes it using your smartphone.
If you see a teal pumpkin on someone's porch, you're not going crazy. You just won't find any candy.
Children are one of the biggest influences of happiness for parents, unless they're born last.
So, you're no Julie Andrews when it comes to belting out a tune, but what's to blame? Your genes? upbringing? Or are you just a slab of clay waiting to be molded?
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