Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
We all know that exercise is supposed to be good for us, but only about 20 percent of people move regularly.
As the associate director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College, my work has been focused on rigorous studies of how lifestyle choices shape the health of our brains.
Whether you have tattoos or not, it's fascinating to consider that they've been a practice of humankind for thousands of years despite the fact that we still know so little about how they actually work.
Doing lots of exercise in older age can prevent the immune system from declining and protect people against infections, scientists say.
Flax is a humble but powerful seed as shown through it’s relatively modest status in the health world, even though it has been heralded as a key component in the Budwig Diet and many other life-saving protocols.
A lot of people are overdosing on ibuprofen, according to a new study published in the journal Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety. However, this could take a toll on their health as it could lead to bleeding stomach ulcers and even heart attack.
Going ‘under’ for surgery might lead to future memory problems, but any effects appear to be small, a new study suggests.
Lots of research goes into the annual vaccine, but that doesn't mean we always get it right.
Chemicals called perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) have been used for more than 60 years to make products more stain-resistant, waterproof or nonstick.