Scientific evidence confronts dieters, reducing calories alters your metabolism and brain, so your body hoards fat and your mind magnifies food cravings into an obsession.
A mind boggling theory has been put forward by Lars-Georg Hersoug, a researcher of Denmark, who say that the increase in obese people in his country is roughly equivalent to the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
The North Atlantic right whale species (Eubalaena glacialis) studied in the Bay of Fundy in Canada, is listed as endangered.
‘Painful menstrual periods occur frequently on women, particularly in young women where 50 to 75percent suffer from dysmenorrhea,’ according to study lead author, Dr. Ingela Lindh.
Scientists are harnessing a new approach in treating baldness after taking inspiration and studying the way animals both grow and shed their winter coats.
Children who are breastfed by mothers develop fewer behavioral problems, according to Oxford researchers.
Acrophobia is a morbid fear of great heights but a stress hormone has been found helpful in alleviating it.
There are about more than ten percent of professionals in the developing world who are overworked according to estimates.
Bromhidrosis or body odor is the unpleasant smell caused by the mixing of perspiration or sweat and bacteria on the skin.
Osteoarthritis’ exact cause remains unknown, but it is generally thought to stem from aging and wear and tear on joints, exacerbated for some by genes.