Not too long ago, the guiding rule was thus: Pregnant women should eat no more than 12 ounces of tuna a week. Now, Consumer Reports is changing its tune. No tuna. Period. (via Healthland)
This should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been on I-94 after a Packers game.
As reports circulate about her health, the Queen of Soul is receiving an outpouring of support.
With the passing of Elizabeth Edwards yesterday at 61, the question remains of what will happen to her children, particularly the younger ones, aged 10 and 12. See how her very public life and stages of cancer affected her …
From the Pope’s comments on condoms to a promising new pill, this year has seen some positive steps in the battle against HIV/AIDS. But the fight is far from over.
The formula seems straight-forward: add synthetic estrogen and progestin to your body and your sex drive will diminish.
Just before Thanksgiving, Four Loko’s caffeine-alcohol combo fell under the FDA’s oversight. What’s the next booze-laden fad to flirt with consumers’ taste buds?
“[The] FDA does not find support for the claim that the addition of caffeine to these alcoholic beverages is ‘generally recognized as safe,’ which is the legal standard. To the contrary, there is evidence that the combinations of
Once the tension takes over, why do we turn to these comforts? A new study shows that both facets of life have long-term potential for reducing anxiety. (via Healthland)
One of the great things about eating fatty foods sans a pesky calorie label is not knowing exactly how many grams of sugar you’re inhaling. Everyone knows that if you don’t know the calories, they don’t count! Japan’s NTT …
From SMS to STD–is there anything smart phones won’t be able to do?
Sitting too long with a laptop computer on your lap may do more than cause toasted skin syndrome. New research suggests that men who hold a computer on their lap may create unsafe levels of testicular heat, which can potentially …