In the Lab examines how people can better read the cues their bodies are sending them and maintain a healthier profile.
A look into whether minerals and acids taken from rocks, including shale in the U.S. and tar from India, are good for your health.
Endurance athletes have long enjoyed a made-of-iron image. But amid new research that says endurance running may be damaging to your health, that image is being smudged.
Airlines' restructuring has produced a sharp reduction in service that is curtailing traveler choice and some local economies even as it improves the industry's health.
New York's chief auction houses on Tuesday kicked off a two-week series of sales that will test price levels for dozens of top artists—and in the process, gauge the health of the art market.
A new study suggests there is a simple way to assess a child's arterial health with a calculation based on an often-overlooked component of cholesterol: triglycerides.
Heeding popular nutritional advice, some health-conscious consumers have traded in the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner for a daylong stream of mini meals.
In this column: When tests are best, a health-monitor stamp and the shrinking happiness gap.
A state judge stopped the Bloomberg administration from banning the sale of large sugary drinks at restaurants and other venues, a major defeat for the mayor.
In this column: an Oscars quiz, TED 2013 and a panel on health propaganda.