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Having Less Sex?
People are having sex less often. And it's not about work...or age.   > >
March 24, 2017

High Risk Hearts
Not eating enough food high in nutrients harms the heart as much as eating too much food high in calories and fat.   > >
March 23, 2017

Women, Sports, and Concussions
Women seem to be at greater risk for sports-related concussions than men are. A study starts to unpack why this is.   > >
March 22, 2017

A Fast Track to Slow Aging
Eating less gives your cells, especially your ribosomes, a rest and slows the aging process.   > >
March 21, 2017

The Dieter's Dilemma
People who are really, seriously, trying to lose weight often find their willpower tested in this situation. Avoidance is one strategy.   > >
March 20, 2017

Yoga and Breathing Ease Depression
Both high- and low-intensity courses in yoga and breathing techniques helped people suffering from depression.   > >
March 17, 2017

Don't Give Up on Kids' Nutrition
Even though most parents know what their kids should eat, they often don't push the issue, preferring the path of least resistance.   > >
March 16, 2017

Changing the World, One Hamburger at a Time
Reducing the amount of red meat you eat isn't just good for your health, it's good for the environment, too.   > >
March 15, 2017

Youth Is No Protection
The risk of colorectal cancer is going down, except for people under 50. For them it's going up. Obesity and lifestyle factors play a role.   > >
March 14, 2017

The Gluten-Free Path to Diabetes
If you don't have celiac disease, forget trying to go gluten-free. It will save you money, and it's better for your health.   > >
March 13, 2017

Pain Pills and Kids
Too many parents store opioid pain relievers where kids and teens can get them.   > >
March 10, 2017

What It Takes to Go Viral
Everyone wants to know why some stories go viral. Brain scans offer an answer.   > >
March 9, 2017

The Calculations of Cancer Patients
Weighing the pros and cons of treatment options is not easy for patients, particularly when they are reeling from a cancer diagnosis. It doesn't have to be so hard.   > >
March 8, 2017

Doctors Against Nutritional Hype
Time to get smart about nutritional fads, like juicing and gluten-free diets. Doctors stand up for what is and isn't proven to work.   > >
March 7, 2017

Help for Thinning Bones
Nearly 80 percent of Americans are deficient in vitamin D, putting them at risk for fragile bones as they age. Here's what helps.   > >
March 6, 2017

Patient Surveys Change Doctors' Bedside Manners
Doctors took note when patients gave them mediocre ratings, taking steps to improve communication. Things got better.   > >
March 3, 2017

A Cure for Glaucoma?
A study done in mice finds that niacin — vitamin B3 — not only prevents destruction of the optic nerve, it reverses it.   > >
March 2, 2017

Over-Medicated Seniors
It's called polypharmacy or over-prescribing — seniors are being given prescriptions that can muddle their minds and cause falls. Here's why.   > >
March 1, 2017

"Take a Long Walk and Call Me in the Morning"
Being prescribed a step count can encourage patients with diabetes or high blood pressure to be more active. Just add a pedometer.   > >
February 28, 2017

It's the Behavior, Not the Vapor
Vaping, inhaling the vapor from e-cigarettes, seems safe enough, but study after study finds it's a gateway to smoking.   > >
February 27, 2017