12 Surprisingly Healthy Fast-Food Picks

How to enjoy takeout without going overboard.

1 Small Way to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Tweaking your morning routine can make a big difference. 

Calcium Supplements May Damage the Heart, But Calcium-Rich Foods Seem to Protect It

Should you be taking calcium supplements? A new study adds to growing concern about getting our vitamins and minerals from pills rather than food.

Your Wheat Sensitivity May Actually Have Nothing to Do With Gluten

Scientists say a family of proteins known as ATIs may trigger a variety of symptoms, and worsen chronic health conditions.

Some Women May Need Just 4 Pap Tests—Ever

Women who’ve had the HPV vaccine may need fewer cervical cancer screenings than current guidelines recommend, according to a new Harvard study.

The Reason You’re Afraid of Clowns, According to Psychologists

In the midst of a national killer-clown hysteria, two experts explain why these performers give so many people the creeps.

Chemicals in Household Products Cost the U.S. $340 Billion a Year in Health Costs, Says Study

The toxins are found in plastics, metal cans, furniture, electronics, makeup, and more.