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Low to moderate wine intake can prevent neurodegenerative diseases (like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's) from setting in.
Glucose sensing in skeletal muscles contributes to the body's overall regulation of blood sugar levels, according to new research.
Cinnamon may lessen the risk of cardiovascular damage of a high-fat diet by activating the body's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory systems.
It may not be a normal part of aging, but the Alzheimer's risk doubles every five years once you hit 65. But what if there was a way to protect your brain against it?
A lot of men tend to agree with the statement that "things go downhill after 35." What if there were a pill for that?
Boot camp training programs claim to help you get fit, and the fact that you push your body to its limits of endurance indicate that the boot camp training can get results. But at what cost?
A lot of cases of fatty liver disease are caused by alcohol intake, but non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is an increasing concern.
Who would have thought Instagram would be coming to the aid and support of anyone for anything, but it's true, it could help you diet right.
What if I told you that even healthy people can have high mortality rates? It may sound impossible, but the reality is that a bit of extra belly fat can be a lot more dangerous than you'd think.
Researchers hope to create a pill that mimics the effect of exercise and protects against obesity.
How are diet foods going to cause you to gain weight? Simple: it's all about the sugar.
A new study looks at how we could save billions a year in medical costs and lost wages just by getting out kids to do a bit more exercise.
Researchers compared alternate-day fasting to a traditional calorie-reduction diet and found surprising results.
People in states where trans fats were restricted had significantly fewer hospitalizations for heart disease.
Why is it that some people prefer salty snacks to sweet, or they can't get enough spicy or sour foods?
Sherpas have genetically adapted to living in low oxygen environments and this could be good news for preventing more deaths in ICUs.
Junk food is flooding your liver, kidneys, and bloodstream with chemicals you have no way of processing.