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Flu Vaccine Fake News That Goes Viral During The Flu Season

Winter is almost here, which means flu season is just around the corner. It also means that anti-flu vaccine misinformation

Google Maps Just Food-Shamed Its Users With A Calorie Counter

“For those that suffer from an eating disorder, it can contribute to the obsession associated with counting calories consumed and burned."

Oral HPV Affects More Men Than Women

This explains why throat cancers in men are now more common than cervical cancers in women.

Get Cliterate: The Art (And Science) Of Owning Your Pleasure

Misconception 1: It’s always inappropriate to talk about female genitalia

After Medical Errors, Patients Want Doctors To Hear Them Out

"The importance of individualized engagement and empathy is really the take-home lesson."

Is It Possible To Be Scared To Death?

There is a reason for those signs outside roller coasters warning people with heart conditions not to ride.

Are You Prioritizing What Matters Most? The Payoff Is Huge At Home And Work

A new survey in the report shows that while 76 percent of workers believe something like resilience training would help, only

Scientists Somehow Just Discovered A New System Of Vessels In Our Brains

The lymph vessels probably escaped detection because they’re inside a thick membrane, the dura mater, which is the consistency of leather.

I'm Not A Runner, But I Just Ran A Half Marathon

A sports psychologist explains how to get through training, no matter how much you want to quit.

Being Bold For Change: Uncovering Gender Gaps In Immunization Coverage

These data “blindspots” not only undervalue the potential of women and girls, they make it harder to evaluate policies intended to improve their welfare in society.

Find Your Words: Hope for People with Depression or other Mental Health Conditions

As a psychiatrist for more than 20 years at Kaiser Permanente, it has become clear to me that when you help one person with

7 Tips For How To Cope If You're Rebuilding After A Natural Disaster

"Acknowledge that this is going to be a tough time and that it’s OK to have mini breakdowns each day," an expert advises.

What To Know About Sleep Orgasms, According To A Woman Who Has Them Twice A Month

Most importantly, if you have the impulse to wake up, don’t — try your best to stay in the moment.

Strokes Of Unkind Fate

A crisis, it has been said, is a dangerous opportunity. One presumes that crises vary with regard to both. Some, no doubt

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