The amount you think you've eaten can affect whether or not you feel full.
Restricting drink sizes could actually lead consumers to consume more sugar-filled drinks, a new study suggests.
High blood pressure during pregnancy could affect a child's thinking skills well into their retirement years, according to a new study from Finland.
Signs of an allergy to meat that has been linked with the bites of a particular tick are now appearing in people who don't live in regions where the ticks are found.
The risk of many health conditions increases after age 40. Here are seven tips for changes to look out for, and ways to stay healthy.
Doctors may be biased against people who are overweight or obese, and may not even be aware of it, a new study finds.
These gossipy fish use pops and clicks to defend and reinforce their social status, scientists find.
Men with high levels of lycopene, an antioxidant, had a lower risk of stroke over a 12-year period, a new study finds.
People who can detect bitter flavors in foods may also have immune systems with better 'early warning' systems, a new study finds.
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