The study showed that the taste preferences for bitter or sweet beverages aren't based on variations in our taste genes, but rather genes related to the psychoactive properties of these beverages.
A non-smoker should leave a smoky room or car until it has been cleared, suggest researchers as secondhand smoke can cause high blood pressure and hypertension.
According to the recent study, increased stress during university examinations is associated with eating a poorer quality diet including less fruit and vegetables and more fast food.
It is commonly believed that a bad mood can negatively affect how you treat others however recent studies have revealed that it also has the power to make you more distrustful.
According to recent findings, pregnant women who suffered from obesity in childhood are at increased risk of developing hypertensive disorders during pregnancy, than women who were of normal weight in childhood.
Recent findings suggest that when it comes to older adults, just one session of exercise can increase activation in the brain circuits associated with memory - including the hippocampus - which shrinks with age and is the brain region attacked first
Is the scorching heat leaving you tired and dehydrated? Try one of the traditional thirst busters to beat the heat and feel energized all over again.
When we are surrounded by blood-sucking mosquitoes who are capable of infecting us with Malaria, it only makes sense to take precautions. As they say, prevention is better than cure.
New research established that indulging in light physical activities during the day is associated with larger brain volume and reduces brain ageing.
Researchers have developed a novel treatment for sleep apnea, under which, by making patients lie down flat, the researchers stimulated sleep conditions and measured the patient's airways using 3D imaging.