Eating too fast may lead to weight gain and heart disease?

Eating too quickly may add an extra size to your waistline, as well as raise your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke, according to new research.

The secret of athletes?

Becoming one of the fastest men or women in the world is all about years of hard training, healthy eating and early nights - or is it?

DrGene's Skin Conditions DNA Test

Skin disorders vary greatly in symptoms and severity. They can be temporary or permanent, and may be painless or painful. Some have situational causes, while others may be genetic.

'Youth gene' Identified By Researchers

The quest to find the fountain of eternal youth is probably as old as aging itself. A gene has been identified that plays a role in keeping people looking younger than their years.

Constant Hunger Before Bed Could Be Due To Faulty Genes

Researchers have now shown that there is such a thing as a “night munchies” mutated gene that leads to a grating need for a midnight snack before bed.

Vitamin C helps genes to kill off cells that would cause cancer?

Injections of vitamin C could be a way to help fight blood cancer. Experiments in mice suggest that the nutrient helps tell out-of-control cells to stop dividing and die.

Hate working out at the gym? Maybe it's not your fault

If you dread exercising and feel lousy after a physical workout, it might not be because you are lazy, new research has suggested.

Eating breakfast can help you lose weight?

Eating breakfast can be a wonderful cornerstone to your diet or it can ruin it, depending on the type of breakfast you eat. Here are some facts about how eating your breakfast can help your weight loss plan.

Memory and Learning Gene Linked to Obesity

A new study has discovered a mechanism in the mouse brain that regulates obesity.

Why everyone responds to coffee in a different way?

A new Northwestern Medicine caffeine study has found that a variant in a gene that has previously been linked with nicotine metabolism is also linked to caffeine metabolism.