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They may lower your risk of heart disease
Blame your sheets. Or your mattress. Or your meds.
In a small new study, everyone lost weight and felt less hungry
It’s not just you
Health care costs in the United States are in the trillions, and finding solutions to cut costs are becoming critical for medical care sustainability. During a conversation with health leaders about health care cost-cutting, experts made a simple argument: listen to patients. During the discussion, which took place Tuesday at Fortune magazine’s Brainstorm Health conference…
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.—For decades, innovators have been holding a candle for the potential of Big Data to one day revolutionize health care. Entrepreneurs have developed ways for people to track their own biological metrics, and for companies to use advances like artificial intelligence to provide more targeted care. Are we finally at the point where…
The secret is picking the right seat
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.—Patients today have access to tools that allow them to know much more about their personal health than ever before—for better or for worse. Whether it’s the ability to look up clinical trials and new research or use wearable devices that track everything from steps to sleep quality, men and women can gather…
Blame paperwork, stress, and long hours.
Image management isn't just for adults
Shaving your legs before a pedicure seems like a no-brainer. But what may seem like a simple act of hygiene (and courtesy) could actually be setting you up for a nasty infection, according to Georgia-based dermatologist and American Academy of Dermatology fellow Dr. Lauren Ploch. “Shaving the legs may cause microfissures (like tiny nicks) in…
Try these expert-approved tips the next time you're tossing and turning
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.—Tony Robbins has become a go-to life coach for CEOs, celebrities, and politicians But his life hasn’t always been inspiring. Robbins, the author of Unshakeable and Money: Master the Game, spoke at Fortune magazine’s Brainstorm Health conference here about how he’s overcome his own life challenges and how he uses those lessons to…
Kids' gender stereotypes are slowly but surely changing, the study suggests
There’s been incredible progress in science in recent years, from driverless cars to genetic editing, but the scientific community has also faced significant obstacles recently. From the withdrawal of federal funding for epidemic response and research to the decision by the United States to leave the Paris Agreement on climate change, scientists are faced with…
Stem cell transplants were successful in some people with multiple sclerosis
The female birth control pill has stood on the market alone for decades. Now, a male birth control pill could be inching closer to reality, according to the results of a small new study presented in Chicago at the annual Endocrine Society meeting. It found that an experimental drug is both safe and effective. Researchers…
“Food can give us the same type of reward and pleasure that even drugs will"
There is a connection
A new study links lavender and tea tree oil to hormone disruptions