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Palace eunuchs in Korea lived much longer than other men of the time. What does this say about male sex hormones?
Post-traumatic stress disorder is about more than anxiety. A new drug may help the attention and memory problems that come along with it.
The fatty acids in walnuts amp up the vitality and motility of sperm. Good news for those with fertility problems.
A gene previously dubbed the “warrior gene” because of its links to aggression may also influence happiness – at least in women.
Travelers usually stake out personal space with coats and bags. But it’s different when the bus is full…
To improve your diet, you need a game plan. Keep a food journal — even for just a week. It can help you devise a strategy that speaks to youreating habits. You may want to consult with an RD, particularly if you have preexisting health issues. Here is a quick list of ten ways to get eating more healthfully. Start small; you may not even notice the change, but your body definitely will.
A large study has found organic food is not nutritionally superior. But health and environmental effects are another story.
Glia, don’t get enough respect. These brain cells were completely overlooked until it was discovered that Einstein’s brain had an overabundance of them. Now the subtle way they broadcast signals and their role in a variety of physical and mental processes and ailments are coming to light. R. Douglas Fields, Chief, Nervous System Development and Plasticity Section at the National Institutes of Health, explains.
Most of us underestimate our weight. This self-delusion can blind us to the need for weight-loss.
When people decide to try to eat more healthfully, they may latch on to the last thing they’ve heard, or the first person who offers help. Eating well isn’t difficult, but it’s possible to make serious mistakes. That “nutritionist” does not have to have any particular training. And is that website touting a particular supplement doing so based on real research? Or is it really a sneaky kind of ad?