A random late-night craving is no big deal on its own—but hunger that regularly interrupts your sleep means there's something more going on.
For decades, critics have questioned the lack of clinical evidence behind AA's faith-based 12-step method.
Texas permits “philosophical objection" to get kids out of vaccination, and is one of the only states that doesn’t require education on the associated risks of skipping them.
New studies on medical cannabis and cancer highlight the lack of credible science about how weed really impacts our health.
In 37 states, an underage person seeking an abortion without their guardians' approval has to go to court, where a judge may refuse their case based on personal belief.
In our contemporary quest for radical mortality, millennials saw a 354 percent increase in scooter-related hospital admissions in the last four years.
The increased stroke risk associated with excessive sleeping and napping, it seems, has to do mostly with living a sedentary lifestyle.
Physical activity might help drown out some of the background noise in your brain.
The majority of health studies about chemical hair products have included white women only, even though Black women use these products more.
A new study finds eating disorders are highly correlated with problems during pregnancies.
A new study shows that young athletes prioritize trying their best, working hard, being active, and playing well together.
A new study says your romantic relationship doesn't have as big an impact on your "longevity" as siblings and parents do.