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By Leo Babauta There are so many benefits to exercise, from cancer prevention to brain health, from heart health to better weight management, from stronger bones to less stress and more happiness … so why is it so hard for most people to stick to a regular exercise habit? It turns out that there’s really […]
A girl from Nigeria says she has a new future ahead, after a life-changing trip to Mayo Clinic. The new Limb Lengthening and Regeneration Clinic, which incorporates many medical specialties, enabled doctors to restore her legs to normal, so that she might enjoy the simple steps that most take for granted. Dennis Douda reports. Watch: The Mayo […]
Do you remember books? You know, those rectangle-shaped things made up of paper and ink that are sitting on your shelves? You might be partial to them or prefer their modern e-reader equivalent. In either case, if you’re looking to make...Show More Summary
The activity tracker Fitbit is marketed as a device that can help monitor things such as your heart rate to better improve your lifestyle, but according to a new study Fitbit might not be as accurate as advertised. Congrats to everyone who beat their step goal on #GoalDay2016 and got this badge to prove it!... Show More Summary
Poor oral health is rampant among American Indian communities. The Swinomish Tribe in Washington opened a clinic on their land to expand access to treatment.
Most people hate it when they have to see a doctor. The problem is that as we get older, we tend to frequent the health care system a bit more than when we were teenagers or young adults. A few months ago I blogged about my high blood pressure scare. Show More Summary
The Women Deliver Global Conferences are the world’s largest global gathering to focus on the health, rights and well-being of girls and women. Based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the UN in 2015 in the framework...Show More Summary
There are so many health benefits to exercising - from having more energy to getting better skin - and now a new study has confirmed that exercise can lower your risk for 13 types of cancer. While we know working out regularly can boost...Show More Summary
Yesterday’s Washington Post has a nice story under the self-explanatory headline: Most mass shooters aren’t mentally ill. So why push better treatment as the answer? Drawing on work by Columbia...
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Asian-Americans fare better than the general population on five different measures of health, according to a new national study. But though it may appear that the "model minority" myth about the 15 million Asians in America extends even...Show More Summary
Macy’s workers voted Thursday to authorize a strike unless they secure better pay and health benefits.
Early bedtimes are a powerful tool for better physical health, emotional stability, and behaviour. So why don't more parents take advantage of it, and enjoy some alone time in the process?
Johnson & Johnson and HP Inc. has announced a collaboration to use 3D printing technologies to create better health care outcomes at reduced costs. Together, both companies plan to combine their scientific, clinical, material science...Show More Summary
Local residents of Kaua'i are fed up with the State's refusal to post warning signs at the beach where polluted streams empty into the ocean. Read about recent tactics to better inform the community of health risks.
A team of physicians and computer scientists is using merged electronic health records to improve care and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects some 26 million American adults.
A team of physicians from Christiana Care Health System and computer scientists from the University of Delaware is using merged electronic health records to improve care and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects some 26 million American adults.
With the advent of digital technologies and always connected devices, integration still remains a challenge in healthcare. To deliver better patient care, electronic health data needs to flow across across boundaries and systems. However,...Show More Summary
Black women face a formidable stereotype when it comes to mental health: the myth of the black "superwoman." Here's how to break through it and feel better.