Scientists who study avocados usually focus on the fruit's flesh, but a team of researchers found surprising benefits in a part that's usually tossed.
A study found subsidizing produce could save almost 115,000 more lives than a soda tax in the U.S.
There are more benefits to regular aerobic exercise than you might think.
Researchers found some B vitamins helped curb the negative health effects linked to fine particulate matter.
With marijuana use, patients' risk for stroke went up by 26 percent, a new study found.
Some scientists say they now know exactly how much of the good stuff we should be eating.
A decades-long trend of rising life expectancy in the U.S. could be ending: It declined last year and it is no better than it was four years ago.
The numbers have researchers very concerned about Americans' health and well-being.
Doctors working with 9/11 first responders say illnesses caused by debris at Ground Zero could kill more people than the attacks themselves.
About 18 percent of American women suffer from migraines.
Victims of silent heart attacks, which exhibit no obvious symptoms, are three times more likely to die of heart disease, according to a new study.
Newly released statistics say nearly half of Britons reported being out of breath just from running to the bus.