Believers in chemtrails say those trails are actually clouds of chemicals used by the government for nefarious purposes. But as Carl Sagan says, “extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof”
By rethinking our running habits we can maximize running’s benefits and minimize its shortcomings
Gymnemic acid binds to the taste receptors on your tongue that perceive sweetness. As a result, it makes sweet things taste a lot less sweet
Guilt makes us feel lower than a worm’s belly but it is also a sign of empathy and a signal that we care about not hurting others
What is a fecal transplant and who would want one? It all boils down to your gut microbiota
Balance is something we don’t think much about after we learn it (as a child) or start to lose it (as a senior), but balance is crucial to healthy living
Some claim that drinking the milk of other animals is both unnatural and unhealthy. How do the arguments for and against consuming milk stack up?
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals the surprising truth about how each of us is wired for justice and revenge
While it is true that we should definitely warm up before exercise, holding a static stretch is definitely not the way to go about it
New research questions the benefits of even moderate drinking. What’s the right amount for you?