If you’ve been packing on the pounds, your home address could be as much to blame than your poutine addiction. Swedish researchers have reported that exposure to noise from traffic, trains, and planes is linked to a larger waistline. Basically, our...
There's a common belief among human beings that doing things alone won't be as enjoyable as if we would partake in activities in the company of others. This kind of thinking is wrong – so stop waiting for your friend to text you back and do something solo
There’s some sweet news when it comes to Canada’s finest export. Researchers at McGill have found that maple syrup is pretty much the cure to everything. The study found that maple syrup has the ability to make antibiotics more effective
People are not happy about an ad in the London Underground. Not. At. All. The posters – which are being slammed for body shaming – have been defaced many times, and an online petition calling for the removal of the ad has already been signed by almost 45,000 people
Any measure to curb smoking – especially among young people – is worthwhile. Hawaii is set to become the first state to raise the minimum age for smoking to 21 if a bill that has already been passed by lawmakers is signed into law by Gov. David Ige
If you hate needles, there’s a new device that could pretty much change your entire life when it comes to having your blood drawn. The HemoLink blood sampler uses a mild vacuum to draw blood instead of a needle
The birth control pill could be altering your brain structure. Scientists at UCLA have found that women who take contraceptive pills experience thinner portions of the brain that are responsible for regulating emotions, which can lead to an increased risk of both anxiety and depression