You may have heard of the Paleo or hunter-gatherer diet. But what exactly is it all about—and can it really help you stay lean and energetic?
A buycott is the opposite of a boycott. Buycott helps you to organize your everyday consumer spending so that it reflects your principles.
If even tough guys like Tony Soprano need to get checked out, the rest of us do too, since plenty of people are pain-free until the very moment their heart gives in.
Separating good health apps from bad could take a lifetime. Fortunately, Dr. Joseph Mercola has spent years finding what works.
Can obesity start in the womb? According to recent work by scientists in Germany, the answer may be yes.
These days, we are great at ignoring our body’s signals. Much of our lives is training our minds to pretend our bodies aren’t tired, so we can be more productive. Here's a look at why this is wrong.
New research on the health of immigrants has found that they live longer than their children, mostly because of the American way of life.
Well, it's more or less official now: Owning a dog is great for your heart health. Is it because they're adorable?
Top researchers around the globe are exploring the bacteria in the bowels of both people and animals, and targeting them as potential missing links in preventing and treating conditions like obesity and diabetes. Check out these five recent discoveries on the amazing benefits of gut bugs.
More and more, I see these seductive headlines about how housework is awesome exercise. But does all this mean that housework itself can become your built-in fitness program?
Those endless varieties of ice cream flavors and gourmet bakery pastries might be making you fat in ways you haven’t imagined.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at fast food restaurants? Fast food insiders (i.e. former employees) reveal a slew of nasty secrets that may make you think twice about ever eating in one of these restaurants again.