Just 9 percent of U.S. adults eat enough vegetables and only 12 percent eat enough fruit every day, with consumption lowest among men, young adults and people living in poverty.
Teenage girls in polluted areas have a slightly greater likelihood of menstrual irregularity and take longer to achieve regularity in high school and early adulthood.
In one California agricultural region studied, the 5 percent of women with the highest exposure to pesticides had negative effects for all birth outcomes, including low birth weight, gestational length, preterm birth and birth abnormalities.
Middle-aged women doing 30 minutes a day of specific facial muscle movements looked an average of two-and-a-half years younger in 20 weeks.
Exercising 30 to 60 minutes three times a week improved healthy gut microbes in people even without dietary changes.
Spending just 15 minutes away from a device reduced unhealthy intense emotions in young adults, reports a University of Rochester study.
Over half of teenagers that have consumed energy drinks report experiencing nausea, increased heartbeat and other negative health consequences.
After a polluting coal-fired power plant was shut down, women living 30 miles downwind had a 28 percent lower chance of a pre-term birth.
British researchers have discovered why DNA mutation results from alcoholic consumption that’s linked to seven types of cancer.
Two studies have found that mangoes fight inflammation and have properties useful in treating gastrointestinal disease.