Research involving health records of 2 million people contradicts current thinking, sparking surprise among authors and health experts.
World Health Organisation says procedure carries health risks, but does not improve mortality rates in countries where high numbers are performed.
Tests on subjects who swapped a fatty, meat-heavy diet for foods rich in beans and vegetables found a drop in biological markers for cancer in just two weeks.
Tissue grown from biopsies shown to closely mimic patients' tumours, allowing researchers to study specific mutations and identify most promising drugs.
Till yesterday Potassium Bromate was a quiet, unheard of food additive that was part and parcel of our everyday slice. Now it's been tagged as a carcinogen found in most breads.
Listening to music while drinking can influence how much you like the taste of beer, a new study has found.
BodyPower editor, Helene Phillips shares a few tricks that can help you train your brain into helping you eat healthy and fight temptations.
Frozen snacks come as a saviour when it comes to pleasing the palate, but quality and safety are some of the things one should keep in mind while purchasing them, says an expert.
Meghan Kita has been running for 14 years, ever since joining her high school track team. She's got 17 marathons under her belt and a gig as a senior editor at Runner's World magazine.
Tomatoes also serve as great weight loss food, and one of the best ways to consume tomatoes for weight loss is by juicing it.