In a small study, women who spent time writing about what they consider to be their most important values were able to shed pounds.
People who tend to obsess over decisions, big or small, and then fret about their choices just cause themselves a lot of unnecessary grief.
When people exercise and irisin levels climb the body is better able to convert white fat to brown fat and glucose tolerance improves.
A three-year study of 1,500 Wisconsin residents found that those who quit smoking—and blood tests were used to confirm that they had—felt a gain in happiness and less stress in their lives.
Walking to the office or getting up during the day could be the key to keeping your New Year's resolution. In a recent study, snacking on chocolate was cut in half after treadmill use.
Concreteness training is cheap and requires minimal contact with therapists -- one visit and a few calls -- making it an ideal treatment.
Researchers hope their findings will help men who may have heard that they're supposed to be thinking about sex all day to feel normal.
A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that if overweight kids can slim down by the time they enter adulthood, they'll have no more health risks than others.
Stress and tension caused by an abusive boss at work (rudeness, public criticism, tantrums) filters through to an employee's relationships and ultimately affects his or her entire family.
Call it a smart bomb against plaque. It's just in development, but a new mouthwash targets the bacteria that causes cavities in humans.
The doctors who performed poorly in a recent study were those that focused on successful treatments, with each success confirming what they falsely thought they already knew
A year-long study of 202 post-menopausal women split into three groups, including a control, found zero difference in bone density
New research has found that doctors are more likely to wash their hands in the restroom if they're reminded it could help their patients
A study of thousands of alcoholics found their death rate, from a host of different causes, was significantly higher than that of the population
Researchers behind a new study believe that winters are so hard on those who suffer from arthritis because of a decline in exercise, and more time spent indoors to stay out of the cold
A new study published in PLoS One found that 90 percent of the reported suicides of people taking anti-smoking drugs over the past 13 years involved the drug Chantix (varenicline)
A program from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine that provided positive feedback via phone service aided hundreds
New research suggests we shouldn't group kids by ability, because, in that situation, children with the poorest language skills lose ground
In two recently published studies, researchers suggest that supplements can do more harm than good if taken in addition to a healthy diet
Detectors can help to prevent the 400 deaths that occur every year from CO poisoning, but only if you remember to keep them working