WHO says more research needs to be done to determine how the artificial sweetener affects humas but suggests people keep their consumption down. Aspartame us used in diet soft drinks and some foods.
A recent study revealed that racism can have a direct impact on childhood obesity.
TikTok's new ‘girl dinner’ trend involves arranging a variety of snacks in an aesthetically pleasing manner to create a visually appealing meal.
Now that summer is here, it is a perfect time to start planning your backyard vegetable garden.
Many people with melanin-rich skin struggle to find a sunscreen that doesn’t leave a white cast. Here are some tips to help you find a good sunscreen that suits your skin tone.
If you wake up with a fever, headache or stomach ache, it's best to avoid going to work and infecting others. Here are a few tips for calling in sick.
A study has revealed the extent that “lockdown babies” differed in development compared to those born before the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’ve all been here before. You lay down ready to go to sleep, but you can’t, instead tossing and turning all night for one reason or another. However if this is you night after night, experts say there are some things you can do to avoid it in the future. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Now that we are in the midst of summer, you may be spending time in the sea or in a pool. Although swimming is a great summer activity, it can be bad news for your hair.
Although it is impossible to become immune to Alzheimer's disease, there are a few lifestyle changes that could reduce your risk.
Laboratory scientists working with human odors report that a new discovery may further crime solving. Get that and more recent health news from HealthDay here.
MONDAY, July 10, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- The characteristics of injury differ for people experiencing homelessness (PEH), and they have increased odds of hospital admission, according to a study published online June 29 in JAMA Network Open.
The health of your teeth and gums, and oral health in general, is more important than you might think. Decades of research has shown that oral health may strongly impact other areas of your health and even your overall quality of life. Your mouth contains a lot of bacteria, and if these populations aren’t kept under control, you may be at risk of infections, heart disease, pneumonia and certain birth complications, like low birth weight.