A vegetarian diet may lower risks of COVID-19.
The smoke from wildfire can harm your brain.
We may need more vitamin D than previously thought.
In a study at the University of Chicago, researchers have shone a light on a hidden influence in our diets that could be affecting our gut health
Intermittent fasting, also known as time-restricted eating, has emerged as a promising approach for individuals with type 2 diabetes seeking to control their blood sugar levels and shed unwanted pounds.
Stroke is a serious issue that affects many in the U.S., with someone having one every 45 seconds.
Feel like your lifestyle is too busy to get in some good exercise sessions? Here are some sneaky ways to exercise more.
Eating a diet with more plant foods can lower the risk of heart disease, according to two studies published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Do you want to live longer? Just eat more oily fish such as salmon, anchovies or sardines because they have omega-3 fatty acids.
If you enjoy some light or moderate drinking, this is not the news you like. Even light or moderate alcohol consumption can increase you risk of cancer.