If a bread label says “natural” or “whole grain” on the label, shoppers are more likely to buy it, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Patients taking the daily pill use it for a variety of reasons, topped by bone health. But new research in Friday’s British Medical Journal Online points toward greater susceptibility to another potentially fatal ailment.
Friendly’s knows how to get attention: Find a ridiculously unhealthy meal, and then make it even more artery-clogging.
“We are giving hope to women.”
— Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS (Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS), on a study that found that a vaginal gel is capable of preventing women from contracting HIV from an …
Another of science’s epic debates has finally been resolved: it turns out that homosexuality is genetic. (In mice, at least.)
The cure for erectile dysfunction can help some men score more than just sexual partners. (via Annals of Internal Medicine)
What happens when you force kids to eat healthy food at school? They find a way to down junk food anyway. That’s what the U.K.’s health minister is accusing celebrity chef Jamie Oliver of causing with his attempt to rid …
Is second-hand smoke powerful enough to induce a life-threatening lung syndrome?
A new potential side effect may make it difficult to even talk to your doctor about Viagra.
The news was grim surrounding Bret Michaels’ pair of health setbacks on Thursday. But both are treatable and one can be repaired via a microscopic medical technology.
One commercial is flaring up plenty of controversy.
There was a time that unnecessary hand-washing topped the malady’s charts. But it’s the 21st century, and actress Megan Fox is sharing why her cleanliness is beyond average.