People who are sedentary at work or home are more likely to develop certain diseases, or even die.
Sugar activates our brains in a similar manner to cocaine, apparently.
When I wrote about the risks of e-cigarettes & benefits of circumcision, you’d have thought I spat on the flag.
Recent research confirms that from a health standpoint the benefits of circumcision outweigh the costs.
Actress Farrah Fawcett was the most famous woman to die of anal cancer. Learn the risks, symptoms and prevention.
A look at the relative health merits of butter versus margarine, and at how all margarine is not the same.
Reductions in the incidences of heart attack, stroke and death from cardiovascular disease in chocolate-eaters.
There’s a new medical mystery that reminds medical researchers of the early days of AIDS: brain-eating amoeba.
Dr. Thoma walks us through how a modified form of a virus called Toca 511 is being used to treat brain cancer.
85 grams of chocolate a day shows significant health benefits in older people with poor circulation.
In the elderly, immunocompromised and children, influenza may cause a bronchitis or pneumonia that can be fatal.
A college kid does a beautiful, inspiring 6 min. video about what it’s like to have an autistic older brother.
We were always told our problem was our fatty “modern” diet – what if it’s really our genes?