The part of the brain needed to make safe left-hand turns largely shuts off during a cellphone conversation, even if the phone is a hands-free device, Toronto researchers have discovered. More »Hands-free calls impair drivers' brains, study suggests
Newsweek reports on the current number of women having babies, and what that may mean for future generations. More »Does bump-watch culture reflect our desire for children?
Less than confident that your bladder will hold every time you jump, laugh or run? Find out how to fix this common - and not frequently discussed - issue. More »Pelvic floor dysfunction: It's more common than you think
Doing weekly Taxol since last August, our ovarian cancer blogger Elana Waldman shares with us the diagnoses she most recently received. More »Ovarian cancer: Restoring hope after bad news
Need a little inspiration to recommit to your exercise routine? Take a look at fitness queen Denise Austin, who, at age 55, looks better than many women in their 20s and 30s More »Denise Austin’s Top Tips for Fighting Belly Fat After 40
You may not think that browsing the internet has many health benefits, yet new research suggests that 64 per cent of Brits feel motivated to work out by friends’ fitness boasts posted on Facebook. More »Motivational Facebook fitness boasts could keep healthy living resolutions on track
These financial products actually contribute to your savings every time your spend! More »Four cool programs to help you save while you spend
Drastically improve how well you feel by following the good doctor's own daily plan to stay fit and stress-free. More »How Dr. Oz stays healthy: His seven daily health rituals
Many foods unjustifiably have a bad reputation, while others may look and seem healthy but could be secretly damaging your health. To help avoid the confusion and keep your health in tip-top condition, check out these seemingly healthy food swaps that are actually bad for you. More »‘Healthy’ food swaps that are bad for you
(Reuters) - The case of the deeply bronzed New Jersey woman known as "Tan Mom" appears destined to fade away. A grand jury declined to indict her on child endangerment charges, a prosecutor said on Tuesday. Patricia Krentcil was arrested in April 2012 after her then 5-year-old daughter showed up at school with a sunburn and officials accused her of taking the child into a tanning booth. At the time, the blonde mother's chocolate-brown hue testified to many hours spent under the intense ultraviolet light of a tanning bed or out in the sun soaking up rays. ... More »Grand jury decides no charges against New Jersey's "Tan Mom"
How sad is this: The average employee will spend 19 hours a week (including six weekend hours) worrying about what her boss says and does, according to a survey commissioned by Lynn Taylor, author of Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant. More »How to Deal with 10 Types of Difficult Bosses
James Lasdun tells us how being stalked by a former student has changed his perception of normal and made him appreciate the quiet moments in life. More »How a traumatic event made this man appreciate the ordinary
Sure, hard work and determination will get you to the top. But sometimes finding your path is the result of happy coincidence. More »Five successful women share their pivotal career moments
The latest campaign targeting drivers sees your phone back in the front seat. More »Could designated texters improve road safety?
From green-ifying our periods to helping us stay on track, there is no denying these products are adding some variety to our monthly visit. More »Surprising products to help you through your period
Eating at the appropriate times throughout the day will help maximize fat burning, avoid hormonal interference and keep hunger at bay. More »Best times to eat if you want to lose weight
We look back at our favourite speeches of all time in hopes this Sunday's show will be just as uplifting. More »Six of the most uplifting Oscar speeches ever
A family, who received $4 off their restaurant bill for well-behaved children, sparks controversy around the social expectations of kids. More »Should a restaurant offer a discount for good manners?
If you had a magic lamp would you use one of your three wishes to workout less whilst losing more? If you would then your wish is our command. Here’s how you can lose more and exercise less. More »5 ways to exercise less and lose more