Dogs who trained a long gaze on their owners had elevated levels of oxytocin, a hormone produced in the brain that is associated with nurturing and attachment. After receiving those long gazes, the owners’ levels of oxytocin increased, too.
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Vegetables and cheese, hot or cold, always make a great sandwich combination.
A new documentary called “Swim Team” chronicles the Jersey Hammerheads, a swim team for children with autism.
An annual physicals is routine for about 45 million Americans. Should it be?
While coping with cancer, I often feel like an impersonator of my former self.
Breathing problems during sleep may be linked to early mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests. But using a CPAP machine can significantly delay the onset of cognitive problems.
Divorce was linked to a higher risk for heart attack, especially in women, even those who remarry.
Two new studies suggest that the ideal dose of exercise for a long life is a bit more than many of us currently believe we should get, but less than many of us might expect.
In “Natural Born Heroes,” author Christopher McDougall offers another epic tale that he hopes will encourage people to get out of the gym and start running, jumping, throwing and climbing outdoors.