Our bodies give us plenty of signals when we’re tired, but some of us are so used to being sleep deprived that we remain oblivious to how impaired we really are. Sleep debt isn’t something you can pay off in a weekend, researchers say—it can take weeks of building up restorative sleep habits. In the […]

(From shape.com ) Thanks to supersize portions and sugary ingredients, the food industry has recently been called out for contributing to America’s ever-expanding waistlines.

The harsh winter air can wreak havoc on your skin, leaving it dry, itchy and irritated. Fortunately, there are many simple ways to combat dry skin and help keep your skin feeling moist and supple all season long.

Ready to start your heart-healthy diet? Here are seven tips to get you started.

The verdict is in. You can’t get much worse than these five foods. They fall under my all time list of guilty pleasure grub. I don’t think you’re going to like it but check it out anyway. First let me define trans fat because you will be hearing that a lot.

From the NY Times: Blacks and Hispanics are less likely than whites to develop melanoma, but when they learn they have it, the skin cancer is often at an advanced stage, a new study of cases in Florida has found. The study, in The Archives of Dermatology, used data from the Florida Cancer Data System, […]

Some people gain 5 to 10 unwanted pounds over the course of the holiday season--between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Here are a few tips from shine.com that can help you start the New Year on the right—and maybe lighter—foot:

This football season, the debate about head injuries has reached a critical mass. Startling research has been unveiled. Maudlin headlines have been written. Congress called a hearing on the subject last month. As obvious as the problem may seem (wait, you mean football is dangerous?), continuing revelations about the troubling mental declines of some retired […]