Researchers studied Dutch swingers to find out about whether and why they used drugs.
Sleep problems can appear in those with Alzheimer's before memory problems show, a scientist told Newsweek.
"I now try to warn everyone of the dangers of misusing cotton buds," the woman said.
"It's enough to eat a little less," said President Jair Bolsonaro, addressing a reporter's question about environmental pollution.
The condition may have been caused by Peyronie's disease.
Scientists studied people from the age of 25 for 30 years to understand how diet affects brain health.
He was unable to afford his nearly $1,200-a-month insulin.
Tests revealed he had become infected with a bacteria that causes a rare disease known as necrotizing fasciitis.
A former UFC fighter appeared on Fox News Thursday morning and blamed mass shootings on a lack of "masculinity" among American men and railed against boys using ADHD medicines.
Experts stress this part of the body is able to clean itself, and "v-steaming" can increase the risk of infection.
The debunked practice is currently only banned for minors in 18 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., while adults can legally be offered the service in all states and jurisdictions.
The findings could have implications for the three billion people who eat seafood worldwide.
Electric toothbrushes, home whitening systems, and more to ensure your teeth stay healthy.
Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
The man's parents had to take him to hospital because he was acting strange.
"A hook in the eye isn't going to hold him back," the boy's father told Newsweek.
And not all plant-based diets are equally healthy, an expert told Newsweek.
Scientists studied people with strange sleep patterns who visited clinics.
When the air temperature rises above the skin temperature, using a fan speeds up the transfer of dry heat towards the body.
Police officers in the U.S. have killed more people than other advanced industrial democracies.
Even a rise in temperature of a degree or two can can increase the number of one particular type of "flesh-eating" bacteria in ocean water, an expert told "Newsweek".
The test could be available to doctors in a couple of years, and may help speed up the creation of treatments.
Scientists studied the potential benefits of 18 different types of exercise.
Louise Signore of the Bronx says her 102-year-old sister told her "I wish I never got married."