It doesn’t just freshen breath—the advantages that come from munching on a small stick are quite significant from head to toe.
As it turns out, beefing up your brain is like building a limber body: with a few simple exercises, you can be in tip-top cerebral shape. If your goal is to become smarter, consider these three workout strategies the ultimate boot camp for your brain.
What really happens in the beds, rooms and halls of our hospitals? Find out from the experts. Here, nurses shed light on the secrets only a nurse would know.
Princess Kate has teamed up with a charity to make a difference. Watch her powerful video, where she sums up what mental health really means.
We’ve rounded up the four best medical discoveries from around the world for November.
Research suggests that at least 64 per cent of people now spend up to 4 hours daily of leisure time in front of a screen. Just as TV watching has been linked to higher rates of obesity and diabetes, this extra sedentary time is bad news for our health.
From depression to heart disease, the sugar in your diet can wreak havoc on your health.
Do clowns give you the heebie-jeebies? You’re far from alone—and it turns out there’s a scientific basis for coulrophobia, otherwise known as a fear of clowns.
Having a Hollywood-ready figure might be simpler than you think.
Whether navigating health concerns or advocating for larger societal changes, it’s important to know how to speak up and make your voice heard.
We’ve rounded up the four best medical discoveries from around the world for October.
The key to happiness might be right under your nose.
Good news: You’re probably the only one who thinks it’s annoying.
Only ten per cent of the population is left-handed. While there may not be many of them, being left-handed sure does come with some surprising perks!
Learn what pain doctors are really thinking when you visit them, and how you can better manage your symptoms.
No one looks forward to a hospital stay, but these insider tips from doctors and nurses will help ensure you get better medical care and a speedy recovery.
After years of terrifying hallucinations, I finally learned to stop worrying and love sleep.
Researchers around the world are studying the human brain to find out what makes it tick. If nothing else, their findings are great conversation starters and this alone could make you smarter.
Even if you’re roasting in your airless room, chances are you’ll still get tucked in. Thankfully, science has an answer.
We all love our cup of java, but the jury’s still out: Is coffee healthy or harmful? Here’s what recent research has found about the potential perks (and pitfalls) of the mighty roasted bean.