Even if you've never undergone acupuncture yourself, chances are that you've at least seen a depiction of the prickly practice on television. This article answers the age-old question, "Does acupuncture hurt?"
Although "study drugs" might provide the short-term mental boost that students need to make it through finals week, recent research shows that abusing these drugs can have dangerous long-term effects on the brain.
An organization responsible for influencing the United States’ dietary recommendations is poised to release its 2015 report on nutritional intakes, and it contains some controversial news regarding cholesterol.
Epinephrine and norepinephrine are the hormones underlying the body’s “fight or flight” response. While the two substances are similar chemically, there are some key differences when it comes to their function within the body.
Racemic epinephrine is a bronchodilator that is usually dispensed as an aerosol spray. It is frequently used to treat symptoms of asthma, pneumonia, and bronchitis, such as wheezing, shortness of breath and chest tightness.
Epinephrine is another word for adrenaline, one of the body's three primary stress hormones. This hormone is released by the brain when the body is in a stressful situation, but it is also the basis for several medical treatments.
This slideshow covers everything beginners need to know about the paleo diet, which operates around the assumption that the way our ancient ancestors ate was much healthier and easier for human bodies to process.
The Barbie many of us grew up with would literally die due to unrealistic physique if she were a real person. Fortunately, the new Lammily doll is bringing a positive message on body image to many girls' doll houses.