Proponents of the Silicon Valley-based health trend say you can biohack any part of your lifestyle, including your sex drive. Here's what that entails.
The number of parents seeking exemptions from having their children vaccinated is rising in several states. Some of those kids grow up and ask why.
Some people who regularly take Zyrtec, the allergy drug, complain of withdrawal symptoms like severe itching. Why is the side effect not on drug labels?
A Consumer Reports investigation finds 1,500 e-scooter injuries across the country, and many hospitals still don't track them.
Wendell Primus, the top health policy aide to Nancy Pelosi and owner of an incredible name, reassured executives from Blue Cross Blue Shield in a private meeting in December that Democratic leadership "would be allies to the insurance industry in the fight against single-payer healthcare."
"The inflatable pill is embedded with a sensor that continuously tracks the stomach's temperature for up to 30 days. If the pill needs to be removed from the stomach, a patient can drink a solution of calcium that triggers the pill to quickly shrink to its original size and pass safely out of the body."
Scientists are building a huge database of all the bacteria in the human gut after identifying new species found inside each and every one of us.
One mom vented: "Honestly what is wrong with people? Let's eradicate a disease — but then bring it back just for fun because we're a stupid society!"
We're getting better at diagnosing diseases, such as Alzheimer's, that still have no cure. But as diagnoses creep forward, we're left facing a new set of ethical dilemmas.
Cheap and simple medical devices could improve performance and lower health-care costs, but first they have to overcome deeply rooted biases.
If you're struggling to avoid yawning during a meeting or keeping both eyes open in front of the computer, here are some tips on looking (and feeling) awake right when you need it most.
Taking a shot every time the camera panned to Bill Belichick during yesterday’s big game was a bad idea
Many people — including physicians — associate depression with feelings of hopelessness, sadness and a lack of motivation or concentration, but not anger.
The Massachusetts attorney general alleges that the family behind Purdue Pharma knew that OxyContin was causing overdoses, yet continued to cash in.
Cereal companies created a myth about the first meal of the day. Researchers keep debunking it.
Chicken wings? Potato skins? Nachos? Which is most likely to ruin my Super Bowl Sunday evening?
Planning on quitting the social platform? A major new study offers a glimpse of what unplugging might do for your life. (Spoiler: It’s not so bad.)
Why shouldn't Democrats aim for a more popular and more achievable public option? Because it'll end up being neither, because it might actually halt progress toward single-payer, instead of being an "on ramp," and because it is an insufficient and immoral response to the current crisis of healthcare in America.
There may be little scientific research into oregano oil's anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, but I could simply interpret this to mean that the scientific community simply hasn't yet come around to its beneficial properties.
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