Allergic to milk, or know someone who is? A recent study by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that 59 percent of dark chocolate products in the U.S. contain trace amounts of milk. More »Why The FDA Is Warning People About Dark Chocolate
Need an excuse to take a mid-afternoon snooze? Here’s a pretty good one. More »Go on, take a nap — it's good for your immune system
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For years, chronic fatigue syndrome has suffered from an image problem. Some new regulations aim to change that. More »Finally, chronic fatigue syndrome will be taken seriously
Valentine’s Day isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. If you shudder at the sight of heart shaped balloons and scented candles, you’re not alone. However, there are heart-helping benefits that might change your opinion towards the most lovey-dovey day of the year. Science (yes science!) suggests that a little love on February 14th could be just what your heart needs to keep ticking over nicely. Here are 5 reasons to treat yourself to a truly romantic Valentine’s Day – it’s for the good of your health! More »5 Reasons To Feel Loved Up On Valentine's Day - It's Good For Your Heart!
Complementary medicine is the use of alternative treatments to supplement a traditional approach, and includes mind-body practices such as yoga and tai chi, deep breathing, and meditation; non-vitamin/non-mineral dietary supplements like fish oil, probiotics, and glucosamine; acupuncture; chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation; and biofeedback. More »With yoga, 'I felt my body change': Why so many are turning to complementary medicine
Sometimes we’re embarrassed to ask our doctors certain things: What’s that weird lump down there? Is there a way to make our feet less sweaty? Why do I feel so gassy? The list goes on and on. More »The weirdest things doctors get asked
Yes, you’re the adult in this relationship. But when it comes to catching zzz’s, babies know what’s up. Child sleep expert Heather Turgeon tells all. More »5 sleep secrets you should steal from babies
Each month, Yahoo Health’s Hormone Whisperer Alisa Vitti, HHC, is answering the most common questions about hormones and how they relate to weight, sex, acne, bad moods, low energy, and everything in between. More »How to jump-start a stalled sex drive
Trust us — you want the resveratrol in your diet! More »4 ways to reap red wine’s benefits — without drinking it
More doctors are seeing younger patients with breakouts — but why? More »7-year-olds with breakouts: Why the face of acne is getting younger
There’s no escaping it; you're getting older. But don't reach for the expensive creams just yet. There are other, much cheaper (not to mention tastier!) ways to keep the tell-tale signs of aging at bay. The key to youthful skin ultimately lies in your lifestyle choices. Live off chocolate, cigs and booze and your face will be the first place to show it. Fuel your body with the nutrition it needs to stay young and fresh, starting with these 5 age-fighting foods. More »5 Age-Fighting Foods That Make You Look Younger
Was Brian Williams’ mistake malicious, or an unintended consequence of experiencing traumatic events? More »This may be why Brian Williams thought he was in that helicopter
Much has been written about the long lives of Japanese people, who seem to enjoy full, active lives without rampant disease well into their 90s and even 100s. More »The world’s oldest man just turned 112. What’s his secret?
Despite recent reports of serious side effects, there is no concrete evidence that the HPV vaccine is the cause. In fact, the medical community still stands strongly behind it. More »Don't start fretting over Gardasil just yet
A Toronto-based dietitian vets the diet challenge that inspired the stars to launch a vegan delivery service. More »Beyoncé and Jay Z's 22-Day Vegan Diet: Pros & Cons
Anyone born before 1989, but especially those born before 1958, may want to get a vaccination. More »Why many adults should get their measles shot — again
Despite the damaging public obsession with Bruce Jenner’s sexuality, there have been recent strides for those who don’t identify with the traditional male and female genders. More »Saying goodbye to 'Mr.' and 'Ms.' and hello to 'They'
There’s an argument brewing that says monogamy is not best for a successful relationship. But is there any science behind it? More »Should we all be in 'monogamish' relationships?
Some people hardly remember their dreams — but others can control them. You can too. More »How to train yourself to control your dreams