Exercising control over your lunch break might make more of a difference than what you actually do with it.
Drowsy drivers may cause nearly a third of all deadly car crashes according to federal statistics.
A recent collaborative study found that exercising may be as effective in treating heart disease as prescription medication.
A new study from Emory University finds that men who tend to be a loving parent also have smaller testicles.
A national media and advertising campaign entitled “Tips From Former Smokers” is being credited for more than 200,000 smokers having quit following the three-month campaign.
Electronic cigarettes worked just as well as nicotine patches to help smokers quit, according to the first study to compare them.
Children — like adults — are increasingly trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle and high school students.
A recently released report indicates that e-cigarettes, previously thought to be a healthier alternative to the tobacco-based product they emulate, may in fact be carcinogenic.
While a large amount of concern regarding children drinking soda is due to the negative physical effects of imbibing sugar-heavy beverages, a new study shows that soda consumption in children could also have negative mental and emotional effects.
The easing of hot flashes among menopausal women is not among the benefits of exercise.