Here's some advice from doctor about consuming coconut oil.
There's a lot of research that indicates aspirin is good for many ailments, but it can have side effects.
Here are some common causes of and treatments for heart attacks, and other interesting facts about the condition.
According to the National Institutes of Health, there is no convincing scientific evidence that magnets can relieve pain.
There are several theories about the cause of yawning. One of them has begun to gain more advocates. This theory is that we yawn to air-condition our brains.
Hair loss is not certain with chemotherapy. Whether you lose hair depends upon the medication and dose your doctor prescribes.
There are many types of meditation, including Zen Buddhist meditation, transcendental meditation, Tai chi and yoga.
There is some research that indicates meditation may help with allergies, anxiety, asthma and other conditions.
Eating a small snack a few hours before bedtime may help you sleep by preventing hunger from waking you. However, there are no snacks that guarantee to put you to sleep.
The people at highest risk for suffering from food poisoning are seniors, pregnant women, young children, and those with chronic diseases.
Body odor does change as we age, studies show. In general, odor comes from the breakdown of apocrine sweat by bacteria on the skin.
There's no cure for psoriasis yet, but there are many ways to get relief from the symptoms of this common skin disease.
Impacted earwax is one cause of hearing problems, and is more common with increasing age. Here are ways to deal with too much earwax.
People who follow a diet high in protein may initially lose weight, but such diets come with health risks of their own over time.
People who play a musical instrument may tend to have better physical and mental health, studies have shown. Even taking up an instrument in old age may help, research suggests.
Dry eyes can be irritating and even painful, and may be more common in older people. Here's a look at how dry eyes can be treated.
Buying generic drugs, rather than brand-name drugs, can help people to save money on prescription medications. But are generics as effective as their brand-name versions?
Emotionally intelligent people perceive emotions and understand their meanings better than others, researchers say.