Fatty and amino acids in phosphatidylserine can help slow down the degeneration of neural highways.
A new approach to preventing and treating skeletal degeneration hinges on growth factors.
Could an unhealthy lifestyle be the real cause of health problems and not red meat consumption?
Fiber-rich foods can be just as satisfying as meat-heavy dishes.
The more vitamin A you eat, the more impact on your testosterone levels and prostate health.
Regenerative medicine may have long-lasting benefits for mankind.
Exercise may help prevent a stroke and may help you recover.
Humans are the only animals that land on their heels when they run.
Understanding that the pressures of college can lead to weight gain and obesity will enable you to take steps to prevent it.
The easy-eating MIND diet is the one you'll be able to sustain over the long term.
The eternal battle between good and bad fats.
Activity trackers can be an effective way to lose weight, especially when paired with wellness coaching.
Preventing Alzheimer's may be as simple as improving eating habits and being more active.
Study proves eating disorders aren't limited to adolescent and young adult women.
Changing the way you cook could reduce your risk of a wide range of health problems.
A low-sodium diet may be downright dangerous.
Back pain is the primary cause of disability not just in the U.S., but in the world, so let's get a handle on it.