Dark Chocolate: The Perfect Antidote for a Midday Slump — You’re Welcome

Researchers at Northern Arizona University discovered that dark chocolate can boost attention levels and alertness as well as lower blood pressure.

10 Signs Your Pet May Have a Blood Sugar Imbalance

As weight management continues to be a problem for many dogs and cats, vets are finding canine and feline diabetes to be a growing concern.

Drink This Juice to Extend Your Nightly Sleep by 90 Minutes

Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.

The Healthiest Way to Sit at a Desk All Day

Here's the ideal set up for your every day seated workstation in order to decrease the risk of overuse and postural dysfunction.

Banana Cinnamon Tea: The Latest Sleeping Pill Alternative?

According to Dr. Oz, “bananas are a sleeping pill in a peel.” Next time you can’t sleep, drink a cup of soothing banana cinnamon tea.

Study Finds Friendships Are as Important as Diet and Exercise

Having a supportive network is profoundly important. The quantity and quality of social ties can even influence wellness just as much as diet and exercise.

The 6 Most Dangerous Chemicals on Your Gym Clothes

You make the effort to exercise so you can enjoy better physical and mental health. But are toxins in your workout clothes undermining some of the benefits?

The Real Reason People Get Skinny When They Start Drinking More Green Tea

A study has discovered how green tea may help fight obesity – it reduces the amount of starch absorbed from food. While the body of research on the beverage’s weight loss effect is mixed, a certain method of using it is almost guarantees to take off the pounds.

Coca-Cola Exec Steps Down After Email Scandal Exposes Deceitful Practices

Coke exec steps down after emails show the company was intentionally skewing the science about the health effects of its products. The e-mails show a Coca-Cola-backed agency funding research that promotes the idea that lack of exercise, not bad diet, is primarily responsible for the obesity epidemic.

This Diet Has Same Life-Extending Benefits as Reducing Calories by 40%

Eating a diet high in carbs but low in protein may produce the same benefits as a low calorie, high protein diet, research shows.