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Working Out Before Breakfast Can Balance Your Blood Sugar, Study Finds

It makes a difference whether you're an early riser or a night owl at the gym.

Jamie Schneider
2 days ago

This Is How Your Father's Mental Health Might Have Affected Yours

It's not just a mother's health that can get transmitted to the child.

Kelly Gonsalves
2 days ago

'Itchy Gut' Is A Real Thing. Here's How To Know If You Have It

New study explains "itchy gut" symptoms are caused by the same receptors that cause itchy skin.

New Study Explains Why Food Tastes So Good When You're Hungry

New study published in Nature Communications explains why food tastes better when you're hungry.

Study Shows Men Still Feel Judged When They Talk About Their Feelings

Most men know talking about their feelings is good for them—but still feel like they can't.

Kelly Gonsalves
4 days ago

Does Relaxing Make You Anxious? Here's Why, According To New Research

New study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders showed that contrast avoidance may be the explanation for relaxation-induced anxiety.

In Rome, You Can Now Use Plastic Bottles As Bus Fare

A new program in Rome, called Recycle+Travel, allows people to exchange plastic bottles for travel fare.

Why 'The First Thing That Comes To Mind' Probably Isn't Your Honest Answer

When you don't have time to think, research suggests you're probably going to lie.

Sarah Fielding
6 days ago

Scientists Develop Tool To Show How Our Microbiome Changes Over Time

A new study, published in Nature Communications, introduces a tool that can measure changes in the microbiome—on a cellular level—over time.

A High-Sugar Diet Leads To Acne More Than Tobacco Use, Study Finds

Eating processed sugar takes the cake when it comes to this unfavorable skin condition.

Jamie Schneider
October 11

Slow Walkers May Be At Risk Of Accelerated Aging, New Study Finds

The next time you find yourself on a stroll, it may be worth it to monitor your speed.

Jamie Schneider
October 11

Parents Are Happier When Child Care Is Split Equally, Study Finds

Research shows parents are less happy than nonparents. But gender equality is changing that.

Kelly Gonsalves
October 11