Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis. The list goes on when it comes to sexually transmitted infections, and if you’re having unprotected sex, you ought to get tested.
In a new video, scientists at the American Chemical Society walk viewers through exactly what happens when you stuff yourself at dinner.
So there’s the turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, some cranberry sauce and stuffing and a slice of pumpkin pie. How bad could Thanksgiving dinner be?
A quirky new Canadian study is warning that the thrill of victory and the pain of defeat in the good ol’ hockey game can wreak havoc on your heart health.
Pumpkin spice and Halloween candies may be what comes to mind when fall rolls around, but there are lots of options for healthy, fresh fare too.
While scientists are still discovering more about autism spectrum disorder, new research in the field suggests that genes may explain most of the risk of an ASD diagnosis – to the tune of 83 per cent.
They’re swapping equipment, sharing water bottles and throwing sweat-drenched towels to each other – while kids love organized sports, germs can spread quickly through a team.
After a heart attack or stroke, doctors often prescribe patients with a daily dose of Aspirin. Now a new study is warning that if heart disease patients abandon their therapy, they could be at risk of a subsequent heart attack or stroke.
If you’re under 18, you should avoid all sports drinks and energy drinks, the Canadian Paediatric Society is warning in a new position statement.
Homemade meals are cheaper, healthier and better for the waistline. Keep in mind, they don't have to be hard to put together either.