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Those pesky late night cravings
Pfizer Vaccines' innovative approach is helping the whole world live more healthfully.
Cutting out artificial preservatives is just one way to eat well, but there are a whole bunch of other exciting new food trends about to be all the rage.
It's time to lose the snooze.
We all know the impact eating well has on our bodies, but what about our minds?
One day, it might be able to target fatal genetic diseases in children and adults.
At 25, one of my first dreams came true on finding a full-time job. 21 years before that happened I was diagnosed with autism
Black Americans are twice as likely to develop dementia -- more so if they're from "the stroke belt."
By Neelum T. Aggarwal, MD, Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center, SWHR Interdisciplinary Network on Alzheimer’s Disease Member
Taking four doses of PrEP around the time of sexual activity cut the risk of HIV by 97 percent.
Meera Sivendran, MD Instructor Department of Dermatology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Part of summer’s fun is
“I hope this work supports the push for ideas of Americanness to be more inclusive and accurate."
Introverts unite! Separately. In your own homes on Twitter.
Two out of three new HIV infections were among 15 to 24 year-old men.
The director thinks we can transform the conversation around addiction by simply talking about it.
Do you want to come to dinner with us tonight? Her friend asks. The spiral begins. Her anxiety is mounting. She finds herself
“What disturbs men’s minds is not events but their judgments on events.” Epictetus Stoics and psychologists agree. Most
Black people in the analysis were almost 10 times more likely to have been born in one of the stroke belt states.
By Raffi Keuhnelian If you woke up in the middle of the night to have a glass of wine, most would say you have a problem