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Mass Shootings and Gun Laws
The more permissive a state's guns laws are, the higher the likelihood a mass shooting will occur.   > >
March 21, 2019

Eating Well for Less
It does take planning, but healthy foods are within the reach of even those on a limited budget.   > >
March 20, 2019

Screening for Osteoporosis with Ultrasound
Ultrasounds of a bone in your heel may be a low-cost alternative to DEXA scans for osteoporosis screening.   > >
March 19, 2019

Bad News for Egg Lovers
Eggs are the perfect protein, but eating more than three or four eggs a week is risky for your heart.   > >
March 18, 2019

Low-Carb Raises the Risk of A-Fib
Cutting carbs can seem like a good diet plan, but it can raise your risk of atrial fibrillation. Know what carbs to cut.   > >
March 14, 2019

Why People Hurt Themselves
Not all people who cut or otherwise injure themselves are suicidal. It is often the case that it's a way to release emotional pain.   > >
March 13, 2019

Proof of the Munchies
Legalizing marijuana may have an unintended health consequence: a rise in munchie-driven obesity rates.   > >
March 11, 2019

FDA Approves Esketamine for Major Depression
The most potent form of the club drug Special K has been put on a fast track to help those with treatment-resistant depression.   > >
March 8, 2019

An Antidepressant Diet
A healthy diet can help lift depression in many people, a large study shows. No special diets needed. Anxiety may improve, too.   > >
March 7, 2019

Nuts Lower Heart Risk Associated with Diabetes
Diabetes raises a person's risk of heart disease, but eating nuts -- in moderation -- cuts it down to size.   > >
March 4, 2019

Insurers' Obstacles to Opioid Treatment
Buprenorphine relieves the symptoms of opioid withdrawal, yet insurance coverage for the drug is falling.   > >
March 1, 2019

Osteoporosis: Often Overlooked in Men
Thinning bones are as dangerous to men as they are in women, yet few doctors screen or treat their male patients for it.   > >
February 28, 2019

Diet Help, In Your Grocery Store
What if a dietitian was available in your local market to help you choose foods to lower blood pressure? Here's the answer.   > >
February 27, 2019

The Evolutionary Roots of Our Cell Phone Obsession
Many people can’t resist picking up their smartphones -- even when they're with kids and friends . Evolution may explain why.   > >
February 25, 2019

Be Yourself
Self-compassion reduces the body's stress response, and that's good for your mental health.   > >
February 21, 2019

Parents Are the Key to Kids' School Performance
What kids really need to succeed in school is a parent who they know is involved and there for them. Nothing else matters as much.   > >
February 20, 2019

Lettuce Be Happy
Fruits and vegetables can make us happier as well as healthier.   > >
February 19, 2019

Invasion of the Belly Fat
Fat around your middle means fat is overwhelming your organs. Heart and metabolic problems are often the result. There is one cure.   > >
February 15, 2019

Over 80? Cholesterol Might Help
High levels of "bad" cholesterol and triglycerides can actually make it more likely that people in their 80s will remain fully functional.   > >
February 14, 2019

Why You Need a Primary Care Doctor
Health screenings and cancer prevention are just two reasons to have a doctor watching over your healthcare and advocating for you.   > >
February 12, 2019