Sore Muscles? Don't Waste Money on Massage, Try Light Exercise Instead
Researchers say exercise is just as effective in relieving soreness as a massage.
'Half' Of The NFL Takes Adderall, Says Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman
After failing a drug test himself, Seattle Seahawks' defensive back Richard Sherman now claims that half of the players in the NFL are taking some kind of ADHD medication.
Spike Albrecht Catches 'Hot Hand' In NCAA Title Game
Michigan's freshman guard Spike Albrecht erupted for 17 first half points sparking further debate on the topic of the "hot hand" phenomenon in basketball.
Left Forearm Surgery Might Sideline Rob Gronkowski
New England Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski may miss the start of the 2013 NFL season due to a fourth forearm surgery.
Why Stretching Might Be Bad For You
Recent studies have probed the effectiveness of stretching and how it may be inhibiting your maximum strength during physical exertion.
Study Shows A Simple Breath Test Can Diagnose Heart Failure
A simple breath test could be the only assessment doctors need in diagnosing "heart failure."
Caffeine Can Make Driving Safer by Maintaining Driver's Alertness
Australian researchers are recommending caffeinated drinks like coffee and tea for anyone who has experienced fatigue or drowsiness while behind the wheel.
Night Owls Smarter: A New Study Suggests That Late-To-Bed-Late-To-Rise Leads To Greater Workplace Success
A new study suggests the early riser has only more time for mediocrity. Researchers at the University of Madrid followed nearly 1,000 teenagers and found that night owls bested morning "larks" in qualities linked to general intelligence, such as inductive reasoning, conceptual and analytical thinking.
Eating Disorders May Be More Common Than You Think
One in 20 suffers from borderline anorexia, a subclinical condition five times as prevalent as anorexia and often undetectable, researchers said this week. Just as "borderline personality disorder" straddles the divide between neurosis and psychosis, "almost anorexia" occupies an often imperceptible grey zone between full-blown disease and merely fussy eating habits.
Why You Can't Stop Dozing Off in Class or at the Office
Scientists say that it may just be the amount of carbon dioxide in the room that is causing fatigue and other health problems.
Study Finds No Link Between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Viral Infection
Chronic fatigue syndrome has no known cause or cure for the 1 million people who suffer from the disease.
FDA Approval of Overactive Bladder Drug Means Less Time in the Bathroom, More Time to Live Your Life
Myrbetriq is a new extended-release once a day pill created to treat those suffering from overactive bladder.