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An estimated 5 million Americans suffer from dry eyes.
Fitness trackers do a lot: boost a workout, monitor progress, and promote healthy behaviors. But can they predict flu outbreaks too?
How do you stack up to the average consumer?
You can do this.
With "Less," you can easily monitor your alcohol consumption.
Do you *actually* have time to go on a date?
One of the most searched diets of 2019 isn't just a diet.
Every year, the ACSM conducts a survey to find the following year's fitness trends.
The effects of outer space on astronauts are strikingly similar to the effects cancer treatments like chemo, immunotherapy, and targeted therapy have...
"What if instead—as our new vocation map shows—the truth was closer to dating?"
Digital abuse is a thing.
File this one under: "Trends we've been predicting for years."
Here's what you need to know about trying to find matches IRL.
A newly released study found two-thirds of people who sext are actually doing it for non-sexual reasons.
From "White Clawing" to getting "Kanye'd."
Our love affair with all things tech is taking a toll on our brain health.
New study suggests "smart toilets" could be the technology of the future, monitoring health and helping with diagnostics.
A new study has found conclusive evidence Americans aren't just sleeping less, they're sleeping worse.
New study published in ACS Synthetic Biology shows blue light could be the future of diabetes treatment.
This might be why you keep waking up in the middle of the night.