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Humans and dogs fuel exercise very differently. So if you're taking your dog out for a run, take note.
Despite recommendations against widespread screening for prostate cancer, many doctors continue to routinely offer PSA testing because it's easier than explaining the pros and cons.
Antidrug advocates say efforts to legalize marijuana have created new challenges as they work to educate teenagers and their parents about the unique risks that alcohol, marijuana and other drugs pose to the developing teenage brain...
What makes CrossFit appealing to members and confusing to outsiders is that it’s more than a workout — it’s a cultural identity. A new book on the subject may also only appeal to the initiated.
Fish is good for you, better than heart-damaging red meat and even better than lean poultry. Even so, it is not a popular choice in the kitchen — but there are ways to overcome opposition to it.
These refreshing summer dishes include two kinds of escabeche. You can cook fish like sardines, petrale sole and Pacific cod, then allow it to cool and serve it with a robust sauce or a marinade.
Heart rate monitors can be a useful tool during exercise for new and experienced runners and other athletes.
Every doctor’s expertise is earned on patients, but unfortunately, there is a learning curve.
The results of a new study remind us that the longer we stick with an exercise program, the less physically discomfiting it will feel.
Various directories and websites claim to compile lists of the best physicians, but who is deciding and how?
Research suggests that reducing or neutralizing one variety of the APOE gene would not harm the brain, while making Alzheimer’s less likely.
A large new study found that digoxin, one of the oldest and most commonly used heart medications, may shorten the lives of patients with atrial fibrillation, a common type of irregular heartbeat.
A sustainable seafood industry requires sounder farming practices and smarter consumers.
Readers solve the case of a middle-aged man who loses weight, strength and the hair on his legs.
A reader asks: Is yoga sufficient strength exercise for optimal health, or do I have to lift weights in a fitness center?
A series of problematic choices confront anyone dealing with cancer.
A former state trooper begins wasting away, losing body hair and falling down. Can you solve a medical mystery that stumped the man's doctors?
During marathons, women pace themselves more evenly than male competitors do, according to a study of thousands of racers that provides unexpected insights into how both genders might improve their race times by noting how the other one runs.
As medical groups debate a report finding shortcomings in doctor training programs, what’s missing is talk of lack of oversight in such programs, which receive generous public funding.
Know what level of care a person with dementia requires and which homes has the best programs and atmosphere. Also take into account your travel situation.