The ideal arm swing while running may be the one you’re already using, a new study of upper body biomechanics concludes.
Take-home sleep tests, self-administered in more realistic settings, without myriad wires and sensors, promise more accurate results for people who may have sleep apnea or other conditions.
A conversation with Mark Verstegen, the German national team’s American trainer.
The days when only four — sweet, salty, sour and bitter — were recognized are passing. Savory is widely recognized as the fifth, and others, like soapiness and metallic, are jockeying for acceptance.
Gary J. Gates, a demographer, discusses the challenges in obtaining reliable survey information about lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders.
Embarking on a simple culinary quest: learning how to cook a good pot of basic rice.
Like all over-the-counter dietary supplements, probiotics undergo no premarket screening for safety, effectiveness or even truth in packaging.
It’s difficult to make a veggie burger with great flavor and a firm, succulent texture. This is how you do it.
This colorful risotto serves as a luxurious showcase for summer’s bounty of tomatoes and corn.
Sweet, juicy heirloom tomatoes can be made into a concassé that works as well with vegetables as it does with pasta or grains.