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Getting to trust people well enough to call them a friend takes a lot of work. It’s especially hard when you are living with schizophrenia and think everyone is making fun of you.
“Someone had said you were a good doctor,” my patient said derisively, “but I was not impressed.” What had I done?
Children who drink rice, almond or soy milk instead of cow’s milk may have insufficient levels of vitamin D.
This year’s “Vegetarian Thanksgiving” will be a selection of reader's recipes and the personal stories behind them.
A cortisol detection dog helps students in New Jersey by sensing their anxiety.
Volunteers were able to exercise harder when they listened to their favorite songs.
The Food and Drug Administration frequently recalls dietary supplements that are found to contain banned substances, but many of these products are back on the market months later, a new study found.
No matter which type of trahana you use, I think you will want it in your pantry once you have tried it.
A new study’s findings may explain why Hispanic women have lower rates of breast cancer than other Americans.
A study found that robotic surgery for benign gynecologic procedures had a higher rate of complication than conventional surgery, and was more costly.
A new randomized trial has found no long-term difference in weight regain among people who lost the pounds slowly and those who did so quickly.
Sickle cell disease, a debilitating and sometimes life-threatening blood disorder, is relatively rare, so doctors may not know how to treat it.
In some people, consumption of the sugar sharply effects a hormone that helps to regulate fat accumulation, researchers at Harvard reported.
Abnormal lipid levels are associated with an increased risk for recurrence of prostate cancer, researchers report.
Obsessive compulsive disorder is characterized by intrusive and disturbing thoughts that compel the sufferer to engage in ritualistic, irrational behaviors to relieve the resulting anxiety.
This is one legume you should always have in your larder.
Teenagers who eat dinner with the family two or three times a week may reduce their risk for obesity in young adulthood.
Encourage young boys and girls to run, jump, squeal, hop and chase after each other or after erratically kicked balls, and you can substantially improve their ability to think.
Five ways to make summer produce last, even if you are not an experienced canner.
Getting a good grade doesn’t mean you retained the information. In his book, Benedict Carey offers better ways than cramming for you to hold on to knowledge.