Celebrities are known for trying a wide range of wacky health trends. (Remember the Master Cleanse craze, circa 2008?) So it makes sense that stars have a diverse, often-eccentric taste in workouts, too.
It's hard not to get excited about news of a potentially effective treatment for sepsis, a condition that leads to multiple organ failure and kills more people in the hospital than any other disease. there
Storage running out? It’s not about deleting an app or photo here or there, but targeting the real space hogs. It’s 2017 and I still often witness this soul-crushing scene: A friend goes to take a photo
The classic "slide to unlock" gesture is gone, and in its place are lock-screen widgets and a new two-step unlocking process. If your iDevice has one of Apple's "TouchID" fingerprint scanners, you're prompted
Sculpt while you sizzle fat. Nikki Metzger is Women's Health's 2015 Next Fitness Star winner and the creator of the heart-pumping, cal-torching method you'll find in her Ignite routine. You already know
A new treatment for psychiatric disorders like depression and anxiety uses real-time scans to show patients how their brains go awry—and how to fix the dysfunction. The treatment is called neurofeedback.
One of the people hospitalized after taking an experimental drug made by pharma company Bial has died
A total of 90 people were involved in the trial of the drug, which was designed to treat mood and movement disorders, French health minister Marisol Touraine said in a news conference Friday, according
The idiot’s guide to wine with Madeline Puckette of the blog and book Wine Folly (colorful graphics included). I can recall the single moment when I became fascinated with wine. Believe me, it wasn't I
Harvard owns a book that's bound in human skin. It's sure of it, too. One of its curators announced today that tests on a book titled Des destinées de l’ame (Destinies of The Soul), which was published