With few evidence-based treatments for long COVID, patients with debilitating symptoms can be tempted by unproven options.
Lightening-related fatalities are on the rise. Read on to learn why experts this think is and how to stay safe in a storm.
President Joe Biden’s sound bite that “the pandemic is over'’ continues to trigger debate and disagreement.
Among children's textiles that were tested, concentrations were found to be highest in school uniforms, especially those labeled 100% cotton.
Dating behavior and relationships greatly influence mental health, so some experts are watching the hit TV show for take-away learnings for their patients.
Among the problems highlighted in the report were outdated data-sharing systems, while staffing and training for food inspectors was below normal.
Should your skin tone affect your daily skin care routine? Find out what dermatologists say.
A new study suggests the overpopulation of white-tailed deer across the Northeastern U.S. could help spread Lyme disease, especially in suburban areas.
The immune system is more versatile than previously understood, report researchers in the emerging field of mechanoimmunology, tracking how our bodies fight illness and how to successfully intervene.
Patients who navigate what can feel like an endless series of checkups and lab tests to confirm a long COVID diagnosis face an even harder path ahead: Figuring out where to go for care.
A Canadian program sees positive results by giving clients who are at risk for overdose a daily dose of prescription opioid tablets, along with basic health care, counseling and social services.
The 4-7-8 breathing technique can give people the opportunity to be at peace as a way to help them go to sleep.
Medical debt more than doubles your chances of not being able to afford food, rent, mortgage or utilities, and losing your home.
A new review finds people around the world aren't eating much healthier than they were three decades ago.
Scientists hope “chronochemotherapy” could make cancer drugs less toxic and more effective but say we’re not there yet.
We all know exercise is good for us. It helps you manage weight and lowers the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even some cancers. Yet nearly half of U.S. adults don’t get the recommended 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity a week.
Researchers are developing AI speech analysis that could detect COVID infections better than a rapid test. It’s the latest innovation in a growing field exploring voice as a diagnostic tool.
Artificial Intelligence may spell the end of the control group.
For a "connected" society, many of us feel more isolated than ever – and that’s dangerous for our long-term health. But there may be reasons to be hopeful.
Cedars-Sinai neuroscientists have developed the most complex brain cell models to date, the latest advance in our decades-long pursuit to understand how the brain works.