Lost in talk of obesity trends and industry politics is food's symbolic role as the purveyor of culture, tradition, and connection.
Despite discussion playing up demeanor, we look past it.
Before he was teaching kids to read, Dr. Seuss was teaching soldiers how to avoid malaria.
Mice with friends experienced less pain due to nerve damage than mice kept in isolation.
It doesn't hasten girls' entrance into adulthood or turn them into sex maniacs. It protects from cancer.
During the 2010 World Cup, rates of domestic violence in England increased by 30 percent. Except after ties.
This bicycle-bathtub contraption "combines the benefits of a spinning workout with the therapeutic properties of water."
Men who were administered testosterone lied less, even when no one was watching.
Checking out the "celebration" that is National Depression Screening Day
On the psychological side of dietary recommendations
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"The social media is the best": Live video of woman's hearing implant being switched on.
What using a club drug to treat depression reveals about the brain
But look what 6 months of proper diet and exercise can do.
Where other treatments fail to safely relieve muscle stiffness in patients with MS, cannabis extract is found to be twice as effective as a placebo.
Turning the inner eye outward activates the brain area responsible for empathy and improves our ability to read the facial expressions of others.
We might not like everything we read, but a new trial found that giving patients easier access to our exam notes gets us more involved in effective care.
Balancing our fatty acids is associated with longer telomeres -- the things that protect our chromosomes from breaking down.
A study in twins reveals how genetic factors make some girls more prone to buying into society's fascination with thinness -- and therefore more at risk of developing eating disorders.
Social media as a means of empowering patients and eliminating the mystery surrounding cochlear implants -- and the future of transparency?