Lyme disease season is under way – another way of saying this is that tick season is here.
May is Stroke Awareness Month, so listen up.
Autism is not a simple diagnosis to make – in fact it is quite complex and requires expert analysis and evaluation.
There has been a great deal of talk recently about obesity and all of the contributing factors that we may or may not be aware of.
A growing number of adolescents are drinking and drinking to extremes in part because of the message in advertisements.
In a recent study, young females drivers increased their proportion of alcohol-related crashes by three percent.
Learning to sing promotes structural changes in the brain that help you learn.
Brown is the color of all rice before it goes through the entire process of polishing – a process that also strips it of most benefits.
When we talk about eyestrain we often think of people in their forties or fifties, but it is not a problem limited to just older people.
If you have a loved one with cancer understand that it is normal to feel somewhat helpless and frustrated. You may not know how to help but there are many things you can do.
Diets aimed at diabetics are good for everyone and can help non diabetics and other family members control weight and improve health.
Research on the connection between your gut and your brain is still in its infancy.
There are steps you can take to avoid motion sickness – drive instead of ride in a car, sit in the front of the bus and claim an over-wing seat on planes.
Your body’s natural response to stress can increase the amount of acid in your stomach and stress can also affect an area of your brain.
Crash diets: they are a trend and they are popular but very few can deliver long term results.