Wherein I freak out because celery isn’t just vacuous crunch.
Contrary to popular belief, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. In fact, omitting breakfast, as part of an intermittent fasting schedule, can have many important health benefits, from improving your insulin/leptin sensitivity to...
A new article by Stephan Guyenet posits a new theory as to why kids are going through puberty sooner (and why my cousin—9, not pictured—is already filled with adolescent angst). He says that while there are many...
A new study is challenging the notion that artificial light and the hectic pace of modern life are disrupting natural sleep patterns, fueling an epidemic of sleep deprivation.
This article entitled: 10 Worst Food Companies that are Poisoning You Daily and Lying About It details the different steps companies have taken to obscure the ingredients in their products and to cut corners.
Dr. Ahmed Zayed over at Consumer Health Digest recently published an article on how to boost your baby’s brain power in utero
A new study from the University of Glasgow found that runners who were given a placebo injection experienced a much better week of training than those who didn’t. It also improved their speed.
Researchers examining the teeth of Ancient Romans have founds their teeth to be nearly pristine— better than even today. Can you guess why?
As physical education funding dries up, new research indicates exercise may be an important way for bullied kids to feel better.
Marina Abrams over at Organic Lifestyle Magazine offers those who suffer from ongoing anxiety and depression a great reminder of how to stay afloat during the dark times: