All of the studies selected found that artificial or nonnutritive (zero calorie) sweeteners had negative impacts on the metabolism, gut bacteria, and appetite of the subjects.
JFK was not as healthy as history made him out to be. John F. Kennedy’s image as the picture of boyish youth and health is one that endures even today, 54 years after he was gunned down. Now a new essay published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, from two neurosurgeons who review case notes written
If you’re all about #gains, chances are you’re hitting the gym and targeting the muscle groups you’re looking to grow. But a new study suggests that physical strength might stem as much from exercising your nervous system as the muscles it controls.
Now that Acne Awareness Month is coming to a close, we’ve rounded up seven of the most moving, inspirational, and relatable stories from our readers.
Blogger and entrepreneur Samantha Broxton shared a video of herself and her husband attempting a yoga flow session, only to find that their adorable toddler wanted to join in.
Bad day at work? Everybody knows the feeling, and most of us have curled up with a pint of double chocolate fudge to deal with it, only to enhance the stressful feelings in the end. Now a new study finds there’s a way to avoid those stress-related junk-food cravings in the first place: Don’t skimp on
You may think you’re great at multitasking, but chances are you’re just switching between different tasks, which actually reduces productivity by 40 percent.
If you’re on social media, chances are you’ve scrolled through your feed and compared yourself to your friends, who all just look so happy all the time.
Turns out we may not be as objective as we think — and we have a definite preference for familiar faces. A new study from Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, shows that we tend to perceive familiar faces as looking happier than unfamiliar ones, even when the
Now, the American Heart Association (AHA) warns that this supposed miracle oil is not as healthy as many think. On Thursday, the AHA updated its advice surrounding saturated fat, which makes up 82 percent of the fat in coconut oil, instructing that saturated fat is known to raise “bad” (LDL) cholesterol
Not only are fashion designers superior creatives, but a new study from the University of California, Berkeley suggests that dressmakers specifically also have better vision than the rest of us. Not just “better” vision, they have what’s called stereoscopic vision.
For many women, body image is a constant battle. Just 30-minutes spent exercising can make women feel stronger and thinner long after leaving the gym. “Women, in general, have a tendency to feel negatively about their bodies,” senior author Kathleen Martin Ginis, professor in UBC Okanagan’s School
The last time we heard from Lindsay Lohan, it was in a new accent. Now LiLo is back and reclaiming the British accent she learned for "Parent Trap," when she was just 11 years old — and she’s adopted the hair color she had in the film as well.
Never heard of social jet lag? Chances are, you suffer from social jet lag. A new study reveals that these effects, dubbed “social jet lag,” even extend to long-term health issues like increased risk of heart disease, with each hour of jet lag resulting in an 11 percent increase in risk.
Some raw vegan bloggers are encouraging their readers to follow an extreme raw vegan diet to lighten or eradicate their periods, which they claim are “toxic.”
For many women, hair loss is a harsh reality. But from a sense of shame, the issue tends to be swept under the rug and is rarely spoken of.
Fitness mom talks about the time she was insecure about her body with its stretch marks and how her husband helped her overcome these feelings.
“I decided to do the hair-dyeing element to make it more fun and interactive for the students that were contributing,” teacher John Sigmon tells Yahoo Beauty.
While doctors recommend getting mole checks in fall and winter, now’s the best time to keep a close eye on any changes in your skin.
In the winter, wearing sunscreen is easy: Your skin is dry, so it melts right in, and you’re good to go. But summer isn’t so simple, especially if you like to layer your products as much as we do. From chalky white lotions to thick, sticky formulas and annoying products that pill, sunscreen can really