Does the saying that you need eight glasses of water a day actually hold water? Trace looks at how much H2O you really need to drink to keep your body in prime shape.
For children with autism, a dose of oxytocin -- the so-called love hormone -- seems to fine-tune the activity in brain areas linked to social interactions, according to a new study.
A new, widely reported study argues that eating animal products such as meat and dairy are vital to young, developing brains. But that is totally untrue. Anthony explains why.
An hour after downing energy drinks high in caffeine and taurine, healthy adults experienced increased heart contraction rates, a new study said. Continue reading →
With all the rich, delicious food consumed over the holidays, it makes sense everyone would gain some weight. But how many pounds does the average person actually pack on? Cristen Conger, from "Stuff Mom Never Told You," joins Anthony to find out.
It's long been said that a naturally occurring chemical in turkey makes you sleepy. Anthony is joined by Cristen Conger, from "Stuff Mom Never Told You," to find out if there's any actual scientific evidence to back up this long-held myth.
The research is the first to take into account the levels of arsenic in the participants' household water when looking at the amount of arsenic coming from foods.
Hey, guys... got a nose you think is too big? Well it might just be the thing that helps you bulk up at the gym. That's right, as Anthony tell us, there's a very interesting connection between a big schnoz and bigger muscles.
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