If you're the type of person who breaks out the hot sauce at the start of every single meal, congratulations - you're really onto something there.
A slew of studies over the past few years have been piecing together evidence that capsaicin - an active component of chili peppers - promotes a higher turnover of cells in the body, which could explain why eating spicy foods has been linked to a reduced risk of mortality and slowed cancer development.Read the whole article
Sleeping too little or too much can affect a man's ability to impregnate his partner, new research suggests. The "sweet spot" appears to be 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night, said study author Lauren Wise, a professor of epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health....Read More
After years of obsessing about weight loss, first shunning high-fat foods and then high-carb ones, it seems Americans are giving up formal diets in favor of healthy eating and wholesome foods. A recent report by the market research firm NPD, based on a survey of 5,000 people, found that the number of Americans on weight...Read More
Although most people know sex addiction exists, many don’t know exactly what it means. Sexual addiction refers to sexual behavior that has become compulsive – no longer just for the sake of pleasure itself – and leads to negative repercussions that seriously disrupt a person’s relationships and work. While sex...Read More