Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen explains what exactly emotional support animals are, and whether or not you really have to sit next to one at your favorite restaurant
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising...
By rethinking our running habits we can maximize running’s benefits and minimize its shortcomings
A science writer and java junkie struggles to stop abusing the world’s most popular drug
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Researchers think they’re close to a cure for the common cold, but they first need to solve a complex problem that’s perplexed scientists for decades
Some claim that drinking the milk of other animals is both unnatural and unhealthy. How do the arguments for and against consuming milk stack up?
Doctors recommend a first colonoscopy at age 50, but that could be too late for some men
The greasy buildup poses unrecognized risk in long-term care settings
Recent findings suggest use of the drug during pregnancy, although rare, is on the rise
While it is true that we should definitely warm up before exercise, holding a static stretch is definitely not the way to go about it
New research questions the benefits of even moderate drinking. What’s the right amount for you?
You’ll find a confusing mix of true and false information about candida diet and nutrition online. Let’s sort fact from fiction
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen goes straight for the gut with three surprising mind-gut connections
Moderating our sodium intake may help us maintain healthier gut flora, which is associated with healthier body weight. Who saw that coming?
The optimal time to exercise is when your body temperature is at its highest
Eating sugar may put your white blood cells into a temporary coma. But there’s a lot more to the story of how sugar affects our immune response
Being outdoors can lower our levels of stress, our pulse rate, and even our blood pressure. But what happens when we exercise in a green space?