Health News

Less Stress, Less Weight
Losing weight can be very difficult, but researchers have found something that may help you shed those pounds: less stress plus enough sleep equals lower wieght.
Mother, Your Baby Is What You Eat
There's the old saying "you are what you eat." But new research shows that your unborn baby might become what you eat.
Walnuts Go to the Head of its Class
Almost every healthy eating buzz word can be associated with nuts: gluten-free, dairy-free, protein substitute, dietary fibers, and high quality protein. But until now, no one has told us which nut outclasses the rest.
Heart-Healthy Nuts
Eating pecans is good for you. In fact, a new study shows that the stuff found in pecans may protect you against heart disease and other illnesses.
Tying Your Tummy
While most patients are satisfied after gastric banding surgery, experts say that the long-term results of the Lap-Band® weight loss surgery are not as strong as they should be.
Obesity Causes Post-Menopausal Women Problems
Obesity contributes to so many health problems that it seems impossible to list all of them. Results from a recent study now add to that list of diseases that are caused, at least partially, by obesity.
Spring Break, Bro!
Every year, college students around the U.S. plan to party hard during spring break. The understandings that these students have with their friends about alcohol and sex are predictors of their behavior.
Mommy, Let's have Lunch!
The healthy development of your baby starts in the womb, a fact that has been reinforced by a new study, which found a new factor that contributes to a person's risk of becoming obese.
Sugary Drinks Put on the Pressure
Patients with high blood pressure already have to watch their salt intake. Now, new research suggests that they may also have to pay attention to the sugar in their drinks.
Indian Food Can Help Fight Colon Cancer?
Turmeric, a spice belonging to the ginger root family and commonly found in Indian cuisine, has been shown to help fight colon cancer, according to a new study.