Recent and archived articles by Shereen Lehman
Adding spice – in the form of curcumin supplements – to the daily diets of people with risk factors for heart disease may lower inflammation, a new study suggests.
Outdoor workouts left women in a better mood and kept them exercising longer than counterparts who exercised indoors, according to a study from Canada.
Runners who used paper tape on one foot during extra-long marathons still ended up with painful blisters, according to a new study.
Living with a smoker can be like breathing the air in the world’s most polluted cities, according to a new study.
A Mediterranean diet enhanced with extra nuts or more olive oil improved certain heart risk factors among people with heart problems – according to new study.
Young children who drank non-dairy replacement milks instead of cow’s milk were more like to have low levels of vitamin D in their blood, a new study found.
20th century fashion trends may be linked to rise in new skin cancer cases, says study.
People in low-paying jobs may be at higher risk of developing diabetes if they work long hours, suggests a new analysis.
The personalities of husbands and wives may affect their spouses’ success at work, suggests a new study.
Eating a diet high in salt may increase the risk of rheumatoid arthritis among smokers, says study.