The research could explain why women don't experience as much cognitive decline as men in their later years.
The risk of developing six obesity-related cancers has increased for young American adults in comparison to older generations.
A plant-based diet can boost both our physical and mental health.
Low calorie and gluten-free, popped water lily seeds have been a traditional treat in India for centuries. Now they’re taking off in the West.
World Cancer Day is this year calling on us to learn about the importance of early detection.
Last year, the U.S. saw the second-highest rates of measles since the disease was eliminated in 2000, partly due to parents not getting their children immunized.
She said the experience was the "worst feeling ever."
"Measles can result in death or severe disability, and the measles vaccine is very safe,” an immunology specialist told Newsweek.
Dogs across the U.S. are being found frozen to death or left to die in subzero temperatures as animal rescue and police report dozens of "horrifying" scenes of neglect.
A fiery Fox News exchange over late-term abortion legislation reignited debate on whether conservatives - specifically male lawmakers - are attempting to repeal Roe v. Wade and "take control" of...
Researchers found the number of men who smoked had almost halved since 1965.
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We’ve all been there. You think you’re eating something healthy. You run to Costco and buy a ton of it. Seconds, even thirds, of a particular food is fine, it’s healthy, right? Wrong.
Understanding your body and the benefits of good health are vital for thriving communities.
“It really is almost a crime to allow your child to go unimmunized,“ the “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” author argued.
"When something is wrong in the gut it may trigger an emergency response in the brain," an expert told Newsweek.
Parents should regard screens like junk food: "A little is OK, but too much of it can make you sick," one of the study's authors told Newsweek.
The outbreak comes after 2018 was found to be the second worst year for cases of measles in the U.S. since 2000.
As many as 80 percent of children in the U.S. have been spanked before starting kindergarten.