Shaking your body using whole-body vibration is just as good as doing regular exercise, and gives the same muscle and bone health benefits, at least in mice.
Researchers in Japan has developed a brain wave reading robot machine that can write songs that moves you.
Researchers at Brigham Young University has found out that good, old-fashioned marketing works to get more kids to eat at school salad bars.
The Environmental Working Group has released the 2017 list of the “Dirty Dozen” that focuses on produce with the highest loads of pesticide residues.
Itching is a highly contagious behavior and seems to be hardwired in the brain.
Researchers have found taht high-intensity training in aerobic exercises (like biking and walking) effectively stopped aging at the cellular level.
Researchers have found that yellow taxis get into fewer accidents than blue taxis. This means as a passenger, you’ll less likely to get hurt in an accident in a yellow cab.
UV rays can damage existing collagen and reduce collagen production, resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin.
Drinking cocoa and caffeine together can increase your sustained attention without giving you the jitters from caffeine alone.
Scientists can calculate how much pee are in pools by measuring a common sweetener found in most everyone’s urine.