(Everyone who drinks diet soda can use this pause to curse.)
Doctors say up to 60 percent of people suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder get no relief with therapy or medication.
We’ve heard of suffering for fashion, but these new health risks from tight pants are definitely not worth it.
Three single factors can increase your chance of dying by more than 30 percent.
Doctors find it increases blood flow and relaxes arteries to allow for, ahem, performance.
Imagine humans with pearly whites tough enough to build houses.
Doctors say the discovery could lead to a vaccine against Type 2 diabetes.
Men are bigger too — despite what you may see on TV, almost everyone is overweight.
For better or worse, scientists find a link between birth month and more than 1,500 diseases like ADHD, asthma and heart disease.
A weird new trend has taken off over the past few weeks, catapulted first on the Chinese version of Twitter, where you reach around your back and attempt to touch your belly button; hence, the #BellyButtonChallenge.
It can cause substance abuse and sleep disturbance to the potential for heart problems and even cancer.
The major medical breakthrough comes after a decade of research — would you make penicillin or morphine in your basement?
Children and pregnant women are especially at risk.
Are “parent goggles” a real thing?
Set your iPhone alarms.
Cuba’s treatment can save people from deadly lung cancer — and you won’t believe how much they charge the public for it.
A new study sheds light on how the brain responds to pregnancy and childbirth.
So is it our genes that make us who we are, or how we’re raised … or both?
People typically spend more than two hours a night dreaming.
Your sweet tooth and doctor will be thankful.