Recipes for Longevity
Researchers at Northern Arizona University discovered that dark chocolate can boost attention levels and alertness as well as lower blood pressure.
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal reveals that vegetable oils may produce larger amounts of aldehyde, a toxin linked to increased cancer and heart disease risk, than expected.
Having a close network of friends and family around may be the secret to longevity, according to a book called The Village Effect by psychologist Susan Pinker.
Taking one vitamin supplement twice a day could reduce the risk of developing skin cancer by almost 25%!
Easy to bake treats that are sure to have your pup wagging for more.
Is allergy season, stress or a lack of a good night's rest taking a toll on your eyes? Here are natural remedies to erase under-eye bags and dark circles.
Scientists have made discoveries that could explain the ways that seasonal changes impact health.
The list of reasons to eat chocolate keeps getting longer. Now, science brings us another reason to indulge in chocolate. Check out these chocolate facts.
The latest science is showing that you can significantly reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s with some simple strategies that most anyone can implement. And by taking action now, you truly can stack the odds in your favor for keeping your brain healthy, so you can enjoy the years ahead without becoming a burden...
Hip fractures are serious injuries that can result in long-term disability or death. A study finds two minutes of hopping per day can improve the strength of hip bones and decrease their risk of fracture in the elderly.