Humans sleep for roughly one-third of our lives, yet many of us don’t know how sleep works or why it’s so important to our health. Take our 10-question quiz below to test your knowledge. To read more articles about healthy sleep, click here.
Typically, candles are harmless, but for some, they trigger health problems without us even knowing.
People often dine alone or while doing other things, but experts say meals with friends and family are good for the soul — and maybe even your health.
Some foods taste like they were made to be eaten together, but why? There’s a scientific reason certain foods pair well and others don’t.
We know high-sugar sodas are bad for health, so some people turn to sparkly substitutes. But are those beverages really healthier?
For most people, the decision to eliminate gluten from their diets is a personal choice. For the 1 out of 100 people who have celiac disease, going gluten-free is a necessity.
When it comes to talking to children about abuse, starting the conversation is the most important step. Here are some do’s and don’ts when it comes to broaching the subject.
Bad health claims can look just as legitimate as the good ones online. So how can a person with no medical or scientific training know what to believe? Here’s a guide.
While taste is a sense we use without thinking, our bodies are actually undertaking a very complex process. Here’s how it works.
Remembering where you parked the car is different from remembering how to tie a shoe — but why?