Start building your pitch to get more zzz's: this is how an afternoon nap can be valuable to yourself and your employer, alike.
Beyoncé opened up to “Vogue” about the complications she suffered during her pregnancy with twins. Here's what was going on.
The latest FDA announcement targets women's health, warning about the risks associated with vaginal rejuvenation therapies.
Often coming under fire for dubious health claims, Paltrow has announced Goop will be hiring a full time fact checker.
Coffee is most Brits' favourite way to start the day but are you taking your java love too far? Here's what to look for.
Beauty trends come in waves and the latest is natural deodorant. With one brand boasting a wait list of 5,000 people - should you be making the switch too?
The man convicted of stalking actress Sandra Bullock killed himself inside his Los Angeles home this week. Here's a look at the psychology behind stalking.
In the midst of infidelity reports about her boyfriend, Khloé Kardashian just gave birth to their baby girl. An expert weighs in on where they go from here.
At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
A high school principal in Sweden just banned homework and tests, in order to improve her student body's mental health. Research suggests she may be on to something.
Even young women are at risk for a heart attack, and women in general tend to present with atypical symptoms, such as what feels like indigestion, which are easy to overlook.
The Oedipus complex might not be so farfetched after all, as a new study reveals that we’re attracted to people who look like our parents. Freud would have been delighted with the findings, conducted by scientists at Glasgow University, which concluded that heterosexual men and gay women looked for women with the same eye colour as their mothers. Similarly, they found that heterosexual women and gay men were attracted to men whose eyes were the same colour as their father.
Hair loss is unfortunate no matter when you experience it. For the study, researchers analyzed seasonality and hair loss by looking at Google Trends data from eight different countries. “This is something that we’ve observed in clinical practice for a long time,” Gary Goldenberg, M.D., assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, who didn’t work on the study, tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
Stress is one of those things most people know they need less of, but struggle to actually put that in practice. Now, here’s more motivation to try cut back on your stress levels: It could wreck havoc on your health. According to a new mouse study published in the journal Scientific Reports, stress can negatively impact your gut microbiota (the microorganisms that are crucial to your digestive and metabolic health) the same way as eating a junk food diet.
A new study has found that, contrary to popular belief, a daily glass of red wine may actually boost your fertility. Published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endrocrinology & Metabolism, the study uncovered that resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine, lowers a woman’s risk of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), one of the main causes of infertility in women. Unfortunately, PCOS is a pretty common disorder among women of child-bearing age.