Health

Rough News For Cat Lovers: Your Cuddly Kitty Could Make You Prone to Fits of Rage
Cats

Rough News For Cat Lovers: Your Cuddly Kitty Could Make You Prone to Fits of Rage

Watch out for cute little Mister Whiskers. He could be carrying a nasty parasite known to potentially tip off temper tantrums and other aggressive behaviors.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
This Wearable Made From Graphene Could Help Regulate Diabetes
Health

This Wearable Made From Graphene Could Help Regulate Diabetes

The stretchable patch can monitor blood glucose levels and deliver medication when necessary.
How Eating Ghee, a Clarified Butter, Will Boost Your Brain Power
Entrepreneur Network

How Eating Ghee, a Clarified Butter, Will Boost Your Brain Power

Jennifer Hacker of lifestyle website Toast Meets Jam talks about how Tin Star Foods is focusing on the health benefits of this little-known food source.
Entrepreneur Network
10 Ways to Sleep Smarter
Sleep

10 Ways to Sleep Smarter

'I'll sleep when I'm dead' is a terrible life motto.
Lewis Howes
Those Long Hours at the Office Could Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease
Personal Health

Those Long Hours at the Office Could Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease

According to this new study, it might be a good idea to start listening to your boss when they tell you to leave the office because you've stayed late -- again.
Lindsay Friedman
Give Us a Break: Millennials Are Suffering From 'Vacation Shame'
Make More Happen

Give Us a Break: Millennials Are Suffering From 'Vacation Shame'

A new study reveals that millennials are tripping over taking vacation -- theirs and yours.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Theranos May Have Run Blood Tests Despite Quality Issues
Theranos

Theranos May Have Run Blood Tests Despite Quality Issues

Eighty one patients in a six-month period received hematology results that were not adequately controlled for quality.
Would You Eat Protein Bars Made From Insects? Investors Have Bet $4 Million on It.
Food Business

Would You Eat Protein Bars Made From Insects? Investors Have Bet $4 Million on It.

Tim Ferriss and the rapper Nas both participated in the series A round, which was led by AccelFoods.
Laura Entis
Losing the Battle Against the Munchies? A New Study Says You Should Get More Rest.
News and Trends

Losing the Battle Against the Munchies? A New Study Says You Should Get More Rest.

Finally, a study that tells you going back to bed is beneficial.
Lindsay Friedman
Can Your Hotel Make You Healthier?
Hotels

Can Your Hotel Make You Healthier?

Budget-friendly hotels are now offering extras aimed at promoting health, from vitamin-infused showers to rent-able workout gear.
Elaine Glusac
The FDA Wants to Find Out if Cartoon Drug Ads Are Bad for Consumers
Advertising

The FDA Wants to Find Out if Cartoon Drug Ads Are Bad for Consumers

The agency will look into whether the ads obscure important safety and side effect information.
Addicts Put Inside Virtual 'Heroin Cave' in Study to Help Them Kick the Habit
Virtual Reality

Addicts Put Inside Virtual 'Heroin Cave' in Study to Help Them Kick the Habit

Researchers are looking to see if making their way through a simulated house party crammed with stimuli aimed at evoking cravings for the drug will help better equip those who suffer from addiction to do so in the real world.
If You're Going to Sit at Work, Make Sure You're Doing It Right (Infographic)
Infographics

If You're Going to Sit at Work, Make Sure You're Doing It Right (Infographic)

While it has become popular to call sitting the new smoking, standing all day is not without its health risks. Here's how you can make sure that when you are sitting, you are sitting ergonomically.
Catherine Clifford
J&J Must Pay $72 Million for Cancer Death Linked to Talcum Powder
Lawsuits

J&J Must Pay $72 Million for Cancer Death Linked to Talcum Powder

Johnson & Johnson faces claims that it, in an effort to boost sales, failed for decades to warn consumers that its talc-based products could cause cancer.