The Benefits of Nose Breathing vs. Mouth Breathing
What's the best way to breathe? Learn about the benefits of nose breathing vs. mouth breathing and effective tips to promote it.
Approximately 20 to 50% of people with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) experience sleep problems - is it a cause or effect?
A new study not only connects walking with sleep but even answers the question: Can making up for lost sleep curb clumsiness?
Getting enough sleep is vital to recovery from cancer - learn about how insomnia affects cancer patients and tips to get a good night's sleep.
A new study suggests that lack of sleep affects how much we eat and when we eat. Here’s what the research says about slumber and snacking.
Menopause is a natural change every woman undergoes. During the process, a menopausal woman may experience GI symptoms.
One symptom of menopause not commonly thought about is a change in brain function, which can result in temporary brain fog.
New research reveals that women who are lonely or socially isolated have an elevated risk for heart disease.
Recent research suggests that practicing self-compassion can lower our risk of heart disease in addition to mental health benefits.
A new study explores the damage that negative emotions can have on the heart. Does support help more than aggressive dieting?
Increasingly, doctors are recommending that patients with heart issues avoid opioids and NSAIDS and take acetaminophen or aspirin.
Although palpitations (your heart beating rapidly or irregularly) can be alarming, the good news is that they are typically benign.
Scientists have detected a fingerprint in the microbiome of prostate cancer patients that can help identify risk in early stages.
When it comes to dealing with depression, men tend to be different from women. Here’s what you should know.
Researchers have discovered a surprising link between circadian rhythms and one of the deadliest cancers for men: prostate cancer.
Recently a light-activated product was tested by researchers who believe it could be a game changer in the battle against bacteria and COVID.
Though still ongoing, research is being done on a male contraceptive more sanitary than a rubber and more reversible than a vasectomy.
Recently, an examination of multiple medical studies suggested men who drink the most coffee have a lower risk for prostate cancer.
Using mice implanted with human prostate tumor samples, researchers zeroed in on an RNA molecule that keeps prostate cancer from growing.