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Consumption of sugar has long been condemned, however the alternatives of “calorie-free” natural and artificial sweeteners, have also been a major source of concern.
Through honey bee brood, we may be able to find a new way to feed ourselves when the human population grows out of control.
College-level athletes should be in the prime of their lives and in peak physical condition, yet football season strains and ages their hearts.
Overall, American children have begun to eat more healthy foods, and are taking steps to avoid empty calories.
A team of researchers at Northwestern University have designed a sweat-sensing skin patch that can track exercise and fitness data, but has the unique ability of providing hydration data.
According to a new study, exercise isn't a cure for the diseases that can arise as a result of sitting.
If you missed some of the 2016 scientific findings in the health and fitness arena, here's a recap.
According to new research from Penn University, there is a way to activate the "browning process" that can turn white fat cells into brown fat cells.
Yoga can be a truly effective option for regaining control over your mind and emotions, as well as your body.
So what are doctors to do when it comes to making decisions where the player's health and wellbeing is on one side, and the club is on the other?
Paying more attention to your muscles during the eccentric phase of any exercise is a good way to essentially access untapped strength.
Your gut is arguably one of the most important parts of your body.
Excessive sugar intake can cause health problems ranging from diabetes to obesity to higher risk of cancer.
Organisms construct their DNA using building blocks they get from food so, maybe you are, in fact, what you eat.
Creating a low-oxygen environment could lead to repair not only of heart muscle, but of other organs as well.
Researchers have found a potentially effective new method of promoting weight loss. And no, not the sort of weight loss attained through crash diets.
While it's not fully clear how the breast milk affects the brain and cognitive growth, what is clear is that it does.