Compared to chronic-pain patients, yoga practitioners have more desirable grey matter in key brain regions, Duke researchers report.
In a seven-year study, Mexican-American women that often sipped chamomile tea dramatically reduced their rate of an earlier demise.
Particulates in the air can triple the stroke incidence among people that breathe it long-term.
Just 30 minutes of moderate to intense exercise six days a week reduced risk of early mortality by 40 percent for men during a four-decade Norwegian study.
Plants absorb nicotine when they are mulched with tobacco leaves or subjected to cigarette smoke.
Taking muscle-building supplements, especially when young, dramatically increases the danger of testicular cancer, Yale and Harvard researchers have found.
British scientists have discovered that a class of polyphenols found in some foods and herbs defends against cancer growth and blocked arteries.
A UK study shows that the closer a couple sleeps, the happier their relationship tends to be.
Melancholy music can raise feelings of peace, tenderness, wonder and transcendence in us, say Berlin researchers.
Concerned about links between electromagnetic fields and cancer, 190 scientists from 39 nations are calling for protective guidelines governing exposure.