Nobody likes to get the flu! You may have already had your flu shot and stocked up on all your vitamins, but sometimes avoiding germy objects may be the best thing you can do.
For decades we’ve been eating up genetically engineered foods, we just didn’t know we were doing it!
When the Moyer family decided they wanted to adopt a child from China, they were told a healthy child would take seven years.
When it comes to generic versus brand name, which is best? As it turns out, that depends on what you are buying.
Can’t motivate yourself to get to the gym? Or having a hard time sticking to that running schedule? Recent research suggests just plain walking can have a profound impact on your health.
To keep those New Year’s resolutions of being healthier or losing weight, try some of this year’s coolest new fitness tools.
Almost everybody has one, but according to the Federal Trade Commission, email is the most common way scammers attack us. But still, many people take unnecessary risks with their emails. We’ve got three things to avoid.
This is the year—the year you’ve vowed to finally shed that extra weight! But you might be making poor choices without even knowing it. One common mistake: going gluten-free.
It makes sense: if you don’t eat, you’ll lose weight. But recent research has given rise to the idea of mini fasts as a way to control blood sugar, weight, and even help you live longer.
The ball has dropped and the toasts have been made—now it’s time to make good on that resolution you set. The American Psychological Association has five easy ways to make it stick.
Life changed for Alex Elman when she was 27 years old; she lost her eyesight from juvenile diabetes.
Don’t want your holiday guests to ‘bah humbug’ your dessert after a big holiday dinner?
Traveling around the holidays can get crazy and expensive. Here are four ways to get the cheapest airfare you can.
Statistics about rape in this country are unpleasant: every 2 minutes a woman is raped; 1 in 5 women will become a victim of sexual assault; 75 percent of assaults are committed by someone the woman knows; 38 percent are attacked by a man they thought was their friend.
Fall semester is about to begin and college freshman are preparing for their first year. You may feel prepared, but a UCLA study found nearly 28% of college students feel overwhelmed by all their new responsibilities. We reveal what students say they wish they knew their freshman year.