"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.
Impact felt of drastic increase in homicide between 2005 and 2015.
Whether waiting for a bus, playing outside or walking the dog—during the colder winter season, everyone is looking for ways to stay warm.
The seven-day break could put women at greater risk of falling pregnant, according to experts.
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.
Scientists also investigated how much exercise was beneficial to men and women.
Researchers believe the smell of the breast is similar to amniotic fluid that protects a baby in the womb.
Researchers believe smells can tap into the brain's reward circuit.
Experts warned parents against using products claiming to boost their child's immune system.
The Wodapalooza 2019 CrossFit Festival competitions kick off January 18. Check out current leaderboard information, heat schedules and where to live stream, here.
A 73-year-old woman was diagnosed with a rare condition known as erythema gyratum repens.