Surely a tiny cup of coffee and a sneaky nibble of cheese is okay once in a while, right? Here's what Australian evidence actually says.
On the basic social disconnection that underlies addiction.
In some cases, contrary to popular belief, agonising over your options now may leave you better off down the road.
If you’re a power yoga enthusiast or a hot yoga buff with the ability to pull off 100 surya namaskaras (sun salutations) in one go, India’s oldest yoga teacher...
What's on your cash? Studies show our money carries everything from pet DNA and old food to E.coli and traces of cocaine.
"I just felt completely and utterly disconnected to you and your world. There's no thinking 'next minute, hour or day' like you do when you have the luxury of...
Some emergency doctors are already using acupuncture to relieve patients' pain. Now a new study shows when it works, when it doesn't and how emergency departments...
In her moving new memoir, the writer explores desire, denial, and life in an “unruly body.”
How much does it matter which hand you use to hold the pencil? A lot.
Research suggests that we might be able to eat our way to fixing jet lag and some of the health issues associated with shift work.
If you aren’t afraid of flying, but regularly travel with someone who is, their fear actually can rub off on you.
Having an extra body part or organ is surprisingly common and many people don’t know they have them.
At the very least, here's something to read about how to get to sleep next time you can't fall asleep.
Even if you drink alcohol in moderation, new research suggests that you may still be at risk of brain damage over the long-term.
Mindful eating sounds rather peaceful, healthy and tasty. But be warned: if you're jumping on the mindful bandwagon to lose weight or be trendy, it may end up...
A new study shows that even caffeine addicts still get an energy boost from a pre-workout cup.
There's some concern that collecting breast milk while pregnant could induce an early labour and increase the health risk to mother and baby. So why are pregnant...
Your gut bacteria are a reflection of your emotional history.
New research shows that most people think they change dramatically when they drink — and that most people are also wrong.
More than 23,000 Australians are currently living with Multiple Sclerosis in Australia. Most of them are young women who speak English or a European language....