Lower back pain is the fifth-most common reason that drives people to the doctor's office. Learn the tips on how to prepare for your doctor's visit
The U.S. has a long history of providing safe haven for scientists and has welcomed immigrants who wish to contribute to the U.S. commitment to the pursuit of scientific truth
The author of The Hungry Brain: Outsmarting the Instincts that Make us Overeat explains how we're betrayed by our very own brains, which lead us to crave and overeat foods that aren't good for us.
How large was the crowd at the recent U.S. presidential inauguration? Or the inauguration eight years ago? Keep on reading to find out how crowd sizes are estimated
This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen explains what news overload is doing to us and how to take control.
Insomnia is a very common medical condition in today's high-stress world. Aside from prescription drugs, you may have been curious about over-the-counter melatonin supplements. But do they work? Are they safe?
New research suggests a tasty way to stop the yo-yo dieting cycle and prevent weight regain
What caused the hole in the ozone layer? And how has science helped us begin to shrink the hole?
It’s the most dramatized of the personality disorders, but one of the least understood. This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen clears the air with nine signs of borderline personality disorder.
Several studies suggest that eating prunes every day could help prevent or even reverse bone loss and osteoporosis