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Bacteria to the Rescue!
A daily probiotic routine could reduce the need for antibiotics in the future, especially for kids.   > >
September 26, 2018

The Demotion Lurking In Your Inbox
Managers who get bogged down answering emails often miss the chance to connect with and inspire their workers.   > >
September 25, 2018

An In-Class Exercise Break
When kids exercise briefly in class a few times a day, their schoolwork and moods improve. They also burn calories.   > >
September 24, 2018

Opting Out of Breast Surgery
For frail, elderly women, surgery for breast cancer may not be the best option. What to think about.   > >
September 21, 2018

A Better Way to Measure Depression?
Depressive symptoms ease when people receive vagus nerve stimulation. Something even more important happens, too.   > >
September 20, 2018

Reconsidering Daily Low-Dose Aspirin
A five-year study found no benefit and a bit of a downside to taking aspirin daily if you are generally healthy. Check with your doctor.   > >
September 19, 2018

BPA All Over Again
After the endocrine disruptor BPA was banned, replacement plastics were developed. They appear to be no improvement.   > >
September 18, 2018

Trust Your Gut? Not So Fast
Going with your gut instinct when making a choice has a certain appeal. But it can also lead to a false sense of confidence.   > >
September 17, 2018

Teens with the Arteries of a 50-Year-Old
Teens who smoke or drink have an advantage over their adult counterparts: Their arteries can recover.   > >
September 14, 2018

Stop Frailty Before It Starts
Simply eating foods with enough of these key vitamins can cut your risk of becoming frail by as much as 90%.   > >
September 13, 2018

A Promising Treatment for Psychosis
Cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating component of marijuana, seems to help brain areas associated with a loss of touch with reality.   > >
September 12, 2018

Gratitude's Double Dividends
We tend to underestimate how much people appreciate being thanked. We may also overlook how good it is for us.   > >
September 11, 2018

Time for Breakfast
There are programs that pay for and provide breakfasts for school children. So why do so few kids take advantage of them?   > >
September 10, 2018

The High Price of Combination Meds
Would you rather take two pills for $.96 a dose or one pill for $8.21? Combination medications often cost far more than the sum of their parts.   > >
September 7, 2018

It's OK Not to Be OK
Yes, most of us recover from trauma in the long run. But that doesn't change how tough the immediate aftermath is.   > >
September 6, 2018

When Doctors and Patients Collaborate
Patients are more likely to take the necessary steps to improve their health if their doctors ask them what is and isn't working for them.   > >
September 5, 2018

Naps' Important Brain Work
Kids who miss their naps can be a pain to be around, but there's an even bigger reason to be sure they get enough sleep.   > >
September 4, 2018

Why You Have a Short Attention Span
It's not your fault your mind wanders. It's supposed to. That's how we knit our perception of reality together.   > >
August 30, 2018

Older is Not Wiser
Seniors are less likely than younger generations to realize -- and admit -- an error.   > >
August 29, 2018

A Call for New Dietary Guidelines
An American Heart Association Advisory offers new guidance on the foods we eat in an effort to curb overeating.   > >
August 28, 2018