The Produce for Better Health Foundation is recognizing three retail dietitians as its “Guiding Stars” for their support of the Fruits & Veggies — More Matters campaign.
Stocks are opening higher as traders were encouraged by a pickup in retail sales and more signs of health in the U.S. job market. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose three points, or 0.2%, to... To view the full story, click the title link.
When it comes to helping young adults avoid serious health problems later in life, assessing their personalities during routine medical exams could prove as useful as recording their family medical histories and smoking habits, according...Show More Summary
Diego Sanchez scoffs at the idea that the constant wars he finds himself in inside the Octagon are taking a toll on his health. If anything, they are only making a better fighter. Known for putting on exciting fights inside the Ultimate...Show More Summary
The smartphone is a truly wonderful device these days that is more than capable of just functioning as your regular mobile communications device – it is also a computer in your pocket, an alarm clock, a navigation device – the list is virtually endless. Well, there are also plenty of apps as well as accompanying [...]
A look at the issues with the current data-heavy state of the field of medicine, and how personalized medicine is better for all involved in the healing process.
In traditional Chinese medicine, an herb called Coptis chinensis is sometimes used to boost cardiovascular health and fend off heart disease. Also used to ease gastrointestinal issues, Coptis chinensis contains such compounds as berberine (a chemical with anti-inflammatory effects).... Read Full Post
Warren Buffett is a phenomenal investor -- but if you do these three things you could become a more successful health care investor than Buffett will ever be!
Seniors may have dodged a Social Security cost-of-living adjustment reduction this year, but an underlying question remains: how much the elderly pay for health care and what Social Security can do better to help address those costs. Read on for more.
A study found that couch potato habits might actually lead to better choices, if the food that is closest to you are healthier options. Your Laziness Might be Good for Your Diet is a post from: CalorieLab - Health News & Information Blog
Harvard epidemiologist Ronald Kessler studied the effects of moving low-income families with children into better neighborhoods and found that these moves led to poor mental health outcomes in boys: Kessler’s study was conducted using data from Moving to Opportunity (MTO), a decades-spanning housing mobility experiment financed by the U.S. Show More Summary
Forget trendy health crazes; swish around a mouthful of this week's Tweets Girls Say for an LOL-filled Friday! The ladies of Twitter took to the social site to share sex moves, talk Bachelor, discuss ex-lovers, and fantasize about Matthew McConaughey. Show More Summary
Do you remember when Barack Obama promised Obamacare would decrease costs by $2,500 per year? He repeated that 19 times. Yeah, that was a lie, too. But, at least students at the University of Illinois can sleep better at night … Continue reading ?
PSFK Labs explore how Cloud-Powered Medical Records eliminate information silos within the healthcare system.
On Thursday, February 27, a delegation of YouTube stars and digital influencers visited the White House to have a candid conversation with President Obama about how he and his office can do a better job of communicating with youngerShow More Summary
Celgene and Gilead have soared as part of big biotech's run-up, but can these two huge health care picks keep up their momentum?
A new study suggests that many of the long-term benefits attributed to breast-feeding may be an effect not of breast-feeding or breast milk itself but of the general good health and prosperity of women who breast-feed.
New technologies are making doctor's visits more regular, convenient and personal, all from the comfort of your couch.
Camille Grammer stopped by Bravo's “Watch What Happens Live” Monday night and gave an update on her health, after revealing in the fall that she had endometrial cancer. "I'm feeling great, I feel much better. Every day I get better,"...Show More Summary