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A new study, published in Nature Communications, introduces a tool that can measure changes in the microbiome—on a cellular level—over time.
Eating processed sugar takes the cake when it comes to this unfavorable skin condition.
Your stress can affect your baby's brain, a new study shows.
The next time you find yourself on a stroll, it may be worth it to monitor your speed.
Research shows parents are less happy than nonparents. But gender equality is changing that.
There’s a new reason to ditch the takeout.
The future of gut immunity sure looks hopeful.
We're officially in a "feeling economy," research shows.
Nose goes...toward the unhealthy treats when we're tired, it turns out.
Washington state lawmakers made outdoor preschools fully legal, which means they can hold full-day programs.
Optimal skin health goes way beyond caring for just the face.
New study suggests we may be able to use CRISPR, a gene-editing tool, to alter the microbiome and kill specific bacteria.
Your family relationships as a kid may affect your risk of depression as an adult.
But does this commitment go far enough?
Is talking about your sexual desires super awkward for you? You're not alone.
New study shows how eating a high-fiber diet for six months can prevent heart disease and diabetes.
Sleep now or face the potential consequences.
It might seem easier now, but it can cause problems for them later in life.
New study shows that supplementing with choline could help prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Here's hoping this can help the 50 million people across the globe living with dementia.