For years, women have used birth control pills and other forms of contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy, but new methods might let men get in on the birth control game, too.
Your nail polish may say "toxic-free" on the label, but just how accurate is it? New research is questioning the veracity of these claims.
Bright red lipstick, red roses, the lady in red—why men can't get enough.
Cynthia Nixon is the star of a new public service announcement that encourages awareness and diagnosis of the skin condition Rosacea.
When former plus-sized model Crystal Renn stepped out last week looking noticeably thinner than her previous 165-pound frame, the media — and the public — took notice. But why?
While some of red wine's health benefits may still be under investigation, new research points to a compound in red wine that might help fight the battle of the bulge.
In the battle of the sexes, the men have us beat in one area: working out. According to a recent study published in the journal Preventive Medicine, the average man gets almost twice as much activity a day as the average woman.
According to a new study published, humans may have evolved to get runner's high as an evolutionary precaution against predators and natural selection. Who knew?
Sugar is bad, but could it be killing you? One doctor takes the sugar-is-bad-for-you argument a step further by asserting that it's toxic. Find out more here.