From manifesting gratitude to "adopt a puppy," contemporary wisemen including Deepak Chopra, E. Jean Carroll, Gretchen Rubin and more shared their No. 1 New Year's resolutions for 2020 with Newsweek.
A study out of Tohoku University in Japan has found that there may be a link between eating mushrooms and avoiding prostate cancer.
Researchers were "surprised" and "alarmed" to find probiotics could harm gut bacteria and affect our health long-term.
Researchers have warned that such diets are unsafe and should be avoided, despite their enormous popularity.
A turbulent marriage could trigger changes in the gut that cause illness, according to a new study.
The brassica family of plants contains a chemical that appears to cut the risk of colon cancer in mice.
Some may misunderstand advice and eat more healthy and unhealthy foods.
Researchers tested the stool samples of people taking part in a weight-loss program.
A doctor says he sees around 100 children a month suffering from stomach complaints likely caused by spicy chips.
Caffeine is often touted as an appetite suppressant—but is that true?
A fatty acid present in dairy products appears to lower the risk of heart disease, according to scientists.
11 million Americans have some form of macular degeneration.
The skinny fat body type has been linked to heart disease and dementia.
Phenolic acids are believed to protect against such diseases as coronary heart disease, cancer, and stroke.
The study identifies a link between environmental temperature and children's metabolism.
Scientists want to understand why male fertility rates have dropped so sharply—and how to reverse the trend.
Our brains have evolved to light up when we are faced with the double-whammy of fat and carbs.
Researchers have presented a revised version of their study into the much-lauded diet.