A recent study indicates there is something in broccoli (and it’s sprouts) that can “rapidly” and “sustainably” detox airborne pollutants from the body.
Thanks to various nutrients, and phytochemicals such as lycopene, a diet rich in tomatoes may be able to reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.
Flame retardants are likely in your home, and have been linked to numerous negative health outcomes. Avoiding them can be difficult, but it is possible.
A new study suggests that sunscreen may not prevent some forms of skin cancer at all, but this doesn’t mean you should stop using (safe) sunscreen.
The World Health Organization finally woke from its sugar-induced coma to address the serious health concerns which sugar intake poses upon the world.
Like apples? According to one recent study, eating an apple a day really can boost heart health and keep the doctor away– specifically, the cardiologist.
Big pharma is responsible for more disease and death than anyone might imagine. Here are just 3 drugs that made big pharma millions despite deadly risks.
A new study suggests hair stylists who use more permanent waving products or light hair dyes have more cancer-causing compounds in their blood.
A recent study indicates that not only could dark chocolate aid in weight loss, but it can prevent type 2 diabetes as well. Eat more (dark) chocolate!