Instead of practising intermittent fasting for weight loss, where you fast for most of the day, try time-restricted dieting, wherein you would eat at the same time every day.
People who sleep nine or more hours per night are 23 per cent more likely to later have a stroke than people who sleep seven to less than eight hours per night, warns a new study.
While many revel in the arrival of the colder months, excited to join in the celebrations of the festive period, others will have to cope with the unpleasantness of norovirus.
Women who used permanent hair dye or straighteners, or applied straighteners to others, had a higher risk of developing breast cancer than women who weren’t exposed to the products.
A new study has claimed that brushing your teeth more than twice a day could reduce your risk of suffering heart failure by more than 10 per cent.
An early barrage of illness in the South has begun to spread more broadly, and there’s a decent chance Flu season could peak much earlier than normal, health officials say.
The class is Boom Shake Fitness, and it was trademarked in 2016 by Columbia resident Toni White, president of Aspiring Motivations, Inc.
Do you hate broccoli? Or, perhaps can’t stand the taste of Brussels sprouts? Those preferences may not mean you’re just a picky eater. Not liking some vegetables could actually be in your genes, a new study shows.
In general, forest therapy is the idea that connecting with nature in an intentional way can be beneficial, both emotionally and physically. In some ways, it resembles yoga, with its focus on calming the mind and concentrating on one’s surroundings.