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A recent study shows that exercise and weight gain play large roles in the health of breast cancer survivors when it comes to relapsing.
Keeping the weight you've worked so hard to lose from coming back is possible with these diet and exercise tips.
Although human trials are still decades away, the CRISPR gene-editing technique shows promising results when lowering cholesterol permanently in animal trials.
The new study assessed vitality, depression, anxiety, motivation and other aspects of mental well-being among groups of participants who were directly given more fruits and vegetables.
In studying the presence of beta-carotene in participants, the researchers found that perception of attractiveness was based solely on looks, rather than the actual presence of an improvement in health.
While chronic depression must be treated by a professional, it is interesting to note that such a simple change in the body can affect mood almost immediately.
A group of campers found that a return to the natural light of day and the true darkness of night cured their bad sleeping habits.
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While Dance for PD does not claim to cure any of the symptoms, it does provide a way for patients of Parkinson’s to “demedicalize” the disease.
A study found that athletes who were part of a team, and happy with their teammates, showed higher levels of life satisfaction.
The difference between getting an A instead of a B letter grade could be affected by higher iron levels in students who are more physically active.
For women who hit early onset puberty or never bear children, the risk of experiencing early or premature menopause is much greater.
The study results showed that breast cancer cells were subdued, and even killed, when treated with luteonin, a compound found in certain herbs and vegetables.
The 'Arctic Apple' takes three weeks to fully oxidize after being cut or bruised, which is growing their appeal over non-genetically modified apples.
If you're having trouble falling or staying asleep, try these tips.
A team of biological engineers at Harvard have developed small-scale models of actual human organs in an effort to gauge their reaction to medication and provide a window into how these organs function.
Being on your phone while exercising not only distracts you from the workout at hand, but also compromises your posture and the intensity of your routine.
A new study suggests that men may want to reconsider the amount of red meat they eat in order to avoid a painful digestive disorder.
A new study reveals that individuals who lead a sedentary lifestyle may be just as likely to develop dementia later in life as people with a genetic predisposition.
Read about the science behind these innovative sleep aid spectacles.
A study shows that even short breaks of physical activity every hour can help you get through your day easier.
Scientists have analyzed the medicinal purposes of the Indian long pepper by studying its properties.
This technology will provide much needed insight and data during a woman's pregnancy.
While weight loss surgery provides lasting results for some, it may also come with lasting issues affecting digestion and food tolerance.
Sticking to a resolution or accomplishing a goal can be a matter of will. However, building up that willpower is much easier said than done.
Where gifts and good cheer abound, there is also a sharp increase in injuries, illness and accidents.
According to doctors, cutting the umbilical cord 30 seconds too soon could deprive the child of receiving a life-giving surge of placental blood.
A cheap and effective preventative for infant eczema has been discovered, and there’s a good chance it’s already in your medicine cabinet.
Income and health are becoming increasingly intertwined. A new study shows that a higher income generally leads to less stress and a longer life.
Researchers are working on new technology, which allows a robotic arm to be controlled by the mind through something called electroencephalography.
Is it possible to sleep off the effects of traumatic events? A new study tries to answer that question.
Forget the “Freshman 15” — the “Graduate 10” is a far more likely scenario for the typical college student.
The phantom pain that often plagues amputees has remained something of a mystery, but a new treatment shows promising results for reducing the pain.
An apple a day might keep the doctor away, but so might a handful a nuts. A new study suggests they can reduce your risk of heart disease.
The wearables market increased by 3.1 percent in the past quarter, with 85 percent of those sales from fitness trackers.
Pairing your dinner with a glass of white wine could increase your risk of melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, a new study suggests.
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