Thirty percent of children don't meet any recommended guidelines at all.
An estimated 41 million children under the age of five around the world are obese. Could something as simple as vitamin D help reverse this trend?
We’ve ranked the 50 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia according to which drink the most—and least—alcohol.
Over 100 million women across the world take oral contraception every day, and they could be lowering their risk of cancer according to scientists.
Researchers evaluated 41 existing studies to conclude that the diet could stave off depression.
Wildfires in British Columbia and California have blanketed the northwest U.S. in smoke, creating some of the most unhealthy air quality in the country.
The sensor ink can be printed onto any paper-like surface, making it cheap to produce as wristbands or similar accessories.
A common mistake people make while wearing contacts is leading to the outbreaks.
The research was “the first” to directly target and "dramatically" reduce numbers of dementia-causing particles.
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.
A gene drive to stop the spread of malaria showed promise, with no mutations arising in laboratory experiments.
Researchers screened more than 50,000 people for BRCA gene mutations, and found that of the 267 who had variants of the genes, slightly less than a fifth had known of their risk for cancer before the study.
The study into how exercise affects the powerhouse of our cells is the latest to suggest short bursts of exercise could be as beneficial as slogging at the gym for long periods of time.
Girls were found to be better at reading and writing from as early as fourth grade.
Researchers investigated whether cells in the brain that are neither functioning nor dead could play a part in the development of age-related diseases.
A study has shown children more prone to becoming obese had different populations of microbes in their mouths.