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Testosterone levels may fluctuate throughout the day, but variations are most important only in men younger than 45.
Dr. Metzl's favorite medicine is exercise. It is one he takes often and prescribes to all of his patients.
"People in health care, they don’t stare at my son like he’s some kind of freak, you know? They see him for who he is," a patient's mother said at a recent appointment.
I welcomed the idea of touring a new hospice facility to confront my fears of pain while dying, writes Susan Gubar in her continuing "Living With Cancer" series.
An online gallery was created to provide a supportive community for photographers affected by mental illness.
In a large trial, researchers discovered that pills like Tylenol and Anacin worked no better than a placebo, but could help with other pains.
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.
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.
Like all over-the-counter dietary supplements, probiotics undergo no premarket screening for safety, effectiveness or even truth in packaging.
The list of ingredients for a stir-fry may look daunting, but the cooking time is less than 10 minutes, barely enough to heat up the kitchen. This week’s stir-fries abound in Thai flavorings, and there’s one that puts radish greens to good use.
A vasectomy may increase the risk for the most lethal forms of prostate cancer, a new study reports.
A reader asks: Are there risks from nanoparticles of titanium in sunscreens?
Can the temperatures we sleep in improve our metabolism?
A trip to find a family burial site has a father and a son finally speaking the same language about mortality.
Many people think the weather affects their back pain, but a new study shows they are probably wrong.
A conversation with Mark Verstegen, the German national team’s American trainer.
Many professional associations have begun recommending that a uniform unit be adopted for medicines: the milliliter.
Amid the emphasis on making quick and heartfelt apologies for medical errors, what about cases when it is more bad luck — a bad rash from a great drug; a joint replacement that leaves lingering pain?
Researchers have found a more effective treatment for infertility caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Readers ask: Can exercise cause headaches?