A new study confirms what Crohn’s Disease sufferers already knew anecdotally: the artificial sweetener sucralose (Splenda) worsens their symptoms. Here’s what you should know.
Many people participate in “Dry January” to try and reduce their overall alcohol consumption. But does it really work? A new study has answers.
A new, misguided fad is luring some people into drinking so-called “raw” water. Find out why this is dangerous and a terrible idea for your health.
Looking for a health-related new year’s resolution? Consider trying to stay more hydrated in 2018 for even better health outcomes.
Fall is upon us, and the annual pumpkin spice cravings are kicking in. So why do we love pumpkin spice so much? Well, it might actually be addictive.
A new study suggests that Vitamin B3 can have some tremendously beneficial effects on pregnant women and their unborn children.
Wondering if a food coma (drowsiness after a big meal) is real or a figment of your imagination? There’s a scientific explanation for post-meal fatigue.
18 million Americans are estimated to have sleep apnea; even beloved actress Carrie Fisher’s autopsy listed sleep apnea as a contributing factor. If you have it, you need to treat it — now.
A new study shows that consumption of fried potatoes (particularly french fries) increases our mortality risk by a shocking amount.
Moderate drinking has a complicated effect on the body. In some ways, it can be helpful, but it also may have a long-term negative effect on your brain.