Researchers studying a small group of athletes found that those used to rising early perform best at midday, while late risers do best in the evening.
Exercise can help keep the pounds off after weight loss, and weight training may be particularly beneficial, a new study shows.
By acting as patient advocates, doctors and other health care professional can do more to support broader family leave policies.
In Parkinson’s patients, an “expensive” placebo worked significantly better, producing a two-fold improvement compared with the “cheap” one.
Researchers found that the longer cholesterol remained, elevated the greater the likelihood for cardiovascular disease.
A new program at Hostos Community College will go beyond culinary classes to offer students a broad overview of food policy, social justice and business.
A new study has found that the consumption of sugary drinks is associated with lowered age of the first menstrual period.
A stroll pays off in immediate ways, a study found.
Studies suggest that a more demanding approach to exercise is not only safe for most patients but also more effective at preventing and reversing the problems of many ailments.
A new study suggests that dietary salt may have little or no effect on the risk for heart disease in older adults.