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Putting Alcoholics Anonymous to the Test
A huge study of AA's track record when it comes to helping alcoholics stay sober comes up with some impressive findings.   > >
March 26, 2020

Neighborhoods that Make You Younger
Certain communities can shorten your lifespan, while others extend it. Which do you live in?   > >
March 25, 2020

A Different Kind of Contagious
Cynicism is on the rise; so is disrespect. Studies show they form a vicious cycle.   > >
March 24, 2020

Soda's Shot to the Heart
You wouldn't eat a pound of bacon, but drinking soda daily may wreak havoc on your lipid levels in much the same way.   > >
March 23, 2020

Sexual Orientation and Teen Doctor Appointments
Doctor appointments can be tricky for teens who see themselves as non-binary. Most prefer for providers to bring up the issue of gender identity.   > >
March 19, 2020

Curbing COVID-19
Scientists are looking at the best ways to curtail the spread of the current novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Here's what seems to have worked best.   > >
March 18, 2020

Vaping And Cancer Risk
Vaping can cause chemical alterations in a person's DNA that damage cells. It's hard to see it as risk-free alternative to tobacco any longer.   > >
March 17, 2020

Sound Helps Seniors Keep Their Balance
Many falls among the elderly can be prevented by being able to hear background noise. Sounds in the environment stabilize them.   > >
March 16, 2020

Meat and the Microbiome
As meat is digested in the gut, it breaks down into a metabolite that increases the risk of heart disease. Plant-based foods don't do this.   > >
March 12, 2020

The Upside of Stress
Yes, stress has some benefits. Knowing what they are can make it a little easier to cope with.   > >
March 11, 2020

Why You Probably Don't Need a Medical Mask
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, it's natural, but not necessarily wise, to think of wearing a mask for protection. Who should -- and shouldn't.   > >
March 10, 2020

Infant Rivalry
Jealousy can be intense when a new baby arrives and gets lots of attention.Both parents are at risk.   > >
March 9, 2020

RDNs, Allies in the War on Weight
For people who just can't lose the weight they need to, expert help from a registered dietitian nutritionist can make a big difference.   > >
March 5, 2020

Acne Treatment Lags for Non-Whites
People of color get acne, too. You might never know it, though, looking at the data on prescriptions for acne medications.   > >
March 4, 2020

Inflammation and the Unborn
The chronic inflammation associated with diabetes, obesity and hypertension is worrisome when a woman is pregnant. It can lead to learning disabilities in her child.   > >
March 3, 2020

Ping Pong for Parkinson's
A friendly table tennis match can improve the tremors and instability that can accompany Parkinson's disease.   > >
March 2, 2020

Copying Dad at the Dinner Table
Fathers have a big role to play when it comes to inspiring young kids to eat fruits and especially veggies. Step up and set an example.   > >
February 27, 2020

Helping Out is Child's Play
Kids as young as 19 months seem to know what altruistic behavior is even if not all of them engage in it.   > >
February 26, 2020

Drive By the Drive-In
Fast food is like a drug for preschoolers. It's a major contributor to the rise in child obesity.   > >
February 25, 2020

The Pepperoni Papers
Conflicting recommendations about eating meat have generated confusion and controversy. A massive new study makes things clearer.   > >
February 24, 2020