A person's height can influence their longterm health and risk for certain medical conditions in a number of ways.
A new study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago shows a diet plan they developed -- appropriately called the MIND diet -- may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by as much as 53 percent.
Researchers at the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka successfully tested out their theory that using a specific heating and cooling process could increase the presence of resistant starch and thereby minimize the body's calorie absorption.
Rachel Briers meets with Dr. Christopher Rose to talk about the upcoming time change and how you can adapt faster.
According to a Columbia University study, half of the 300,000 teenagers interviewed for the study get under seven hours of sleep a night.
With snow on the way for the South Plains is running indoors on a treadmill just as good of an exercise as running outdoors?
The current recommendation by the USDA is for adults to consume no more than 300 mgs of cholesterol per day.
In a possible attempt to one-up Willy Wonka, a Belgian chocolatier wants chocolate lovers to indulge not with their tongues but with their noses.
We got to the bottom of boozing's biggest urban legends. And don't worry -- it's not all bad news.
For Levi Mayhew, a 6-year-old from Martinsville, Indiana, battling a rare congenital disorder that prevents him from traveling, the next best thing to going away himself was to send his best friend somewhere sunny.