When researchers fitted couples with brain and heart monitors, they found all areas of the brain were stimulated more intensely and their heart beat faster, for longer periods, while they were eating chocolate compared to kissing.
If you have trouble getting your young children to go to sleep, there's an easy way to do it, according to researchers. Experts recommend six core bedtime activities to create a routine.
The pandemic has changed the way we work and recent surveys show only a small percentage of people want to return to the office full time.
FOX 35 News is recognizing Black History Month and tonight we're shining the spotlight on Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Chris Anderson.
There are a lot more shoppers at thrift stores lately, but these people are doing more than just some "good will hunting." They're turning thrift shopping into a side hustle.
One of the most popular diets right now may not be the best one, some dieticians say, and a new study shows that hand sanitizer poses a danger to your child's eyes.
National Go Red Day was held Friday, Feb. 5, which raised awareness for heart health. Despite the devastating toll of COVID-19, heart disease remains the number one cause of death in the United State and worldwide.
There are new concerns about rising childhood obesity during the pandemic. Also, weighted blankets may provide a possible solution to sleep problems.
Many couples have had to postpone their weddings during the coronavirus pandemic -- some because of timing and others because of finances. One couple, both essential workers, found themselves in this very position, but a contest they won helped to make their dream day a reality.
If you've found yourself having a few more drinks than usual lately, you're not alone. The pandemic is creating a booze boom, and for some, it has become problematic.
TikTok announced Wednesday a new privacy setting that will make all accounts belonging to users ages 13-15 private.
As we watched a shocking moment in our nation's history unfold at the Capitol Building last week, there was a chance children were nearby, and it is likely they have a lot of questions.
A grandmother from Winter Haven is not letting the coronavirus pandemic keep her down. She spent all of that down time lifting weights and is now a world champion.
We are likely of all hitting the snooze button on your alarm clock, but some research shows that may not be the best practice for healthy and restful sleep.
For tens of millions of Americans, 2020 brought lots of anxiety. It also impacted sleeping habits.
Spreading Christmas cheer in a COVID-friendly has been a priority this year and as the coming year approaches, many have said they are focusing less on resolutions but simply want a return to normalcy.
ALS destroys nerve cells that help control voluntary movement. It is also a costly disease for which there is no cure.
Many are under stress due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially senior citizens who have become more isolated from family.
The holidays are the happiest time of the year for many but it can also be difficult for others. The coronavirus pandemic is adding another layer of stress.
A number of holiday traditions may be impacted due to the coronavirus pandemic. One of those traditions, NORAD's tracking of Santa Claus, will still happen with a few tweaks.