A study that looked at biomarkers in the blood to correlate vitamins and brain function found very clear links between nutrition and brain health.
Who am I? The face I see every morning in the mirror? The eyes that scrutinize it? The heartbeats within my chest? Or the thoughts that race through my brain while I am wondering about all this?
Your body is estimated to be about 60 to 70 percent water. Blood is mostly water, and your muscles, lungs, and brain all contain a lot of water.
Did you know that your sense of smell or finger length could affect your future health? Neither did I, but scientists are discovering that certain physical traits could indicate an increased risk of conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism is Melanie Joy’s answer to the question posed above: how do we as a society “decide” which animals make for fine dining as opposed to a challenge to be conquered on Fear Factor?
A new scientific review suggests that a few berries a day can help keep mental decline and other age-related illnesses at bay.
Washing fruit and vegetables does not remove chemical pesticide residues, tests commissioned by Government food watchdogs show.
Spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts — don't say "ugh!" until you've tasted our makeovers, all designed to help you eat up and slim down.
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that yoga may be superior to other forms of exercise in its positive effect on mood and anxiety.