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Doing 12 weeks of Bikram yoga in a hot room results in similar improvement to vascular health as doing the same program at normal temperature, study shows.
A look at racing thoughts and how to stop them. Included is detail on how to calm the mind and medical options for racing thoughts that are distracting.
A look at anuria, a condition when the kidneys stop production of urine. Included is detail on diagnosis and the potential treatment options.
A look at alopecia universalis, a condition resulting in hair loss across the entire body. Included is detail on diagnosis and the relationship to stress.
Coconut oil is shrouded in controversy. While health organizations advise a limited intake, it is seen by many as a superfood. What is the latest?
If, like me, you grind your teeth when you sleep, you might be interested in this study. It claims that Botox could help to treat bruxism.
A large-scale study examines the link between diets rich in pro-inflammatory markers and the risk of developing colorectal cancer.
A look at hip flexor strain that can occur when the hip flexor muscles are overstretched or injured. Included is detail on surgery and prevention.
So many of us try so hard to reach the ideal body weight that we desire, but the question is: once we achieve our weight goal, can we maintain it?
Traction alopecia is hair loss caused by tight hairstyles. Caught early, it is fully reversible and the hair can regrow. Learn more about treatment.
If you or a loved one live with an eating disorder, helpful advice and support from those in a similar situation can be gained from eating disorder blogs.
New research examines the effects of heavy cannabis use on brain activity, behavior, and feelings of negative emotionality such as alienation.
A decoy molecule that interrupts reactions that occur at the site of an injury could lead to new pain drugs that do not involve the central nervous system.
We look at the claims that turmeric can help symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), discuss how it may be used, and if there are risks.
This article looks at skin conditions that are related to ulcerative colitis, including psoriasis, vitiligo, and hives. Learn about causes and prevention.
When diet and non-medical treatments fail, a drug to treat morning sickness may be the answer. But new research calls its effectiveness into question.
Fitzpatrick skin typing is a way of classifying different types of skin. What does a person's Fitzpatrick skin type tell us about their skin?
A study involving almost half a million people finds that a range of reproductive factors increase the risk of cardiovascular disease later in life.
A look at interstitial lung disease, a group of diseases that make it difficult to get enough oxygen. Included is detail on types and complications.
A study explores proteins involved in longevity, which may help design treatments for a range of diseases, including obesity, some cancers, and diabetes.
How well do you look after your oral health? New research has now linked the bacteria responsible for gum disease with certain types of cancer.
Putting on and losing weight even for a short time can result in dramatic changes in the body's molecular profile, according to a study of personal omics.
In this article, we take a look at nine types of pills and supplements that are proposed to help support weight loss, examining the evidence for each one.
Stress and changes in levels of 'hunger hormones' may help to explain why we're more likely to overeat in the evening than earlier in the day.
A team of Spanish-based researchers has simulated a migraine prediction system that may drastically improve the lives of people living with migraines.