Researchers have developed a new method of diagnosing heart attack patients in the emergency department that is more accurate and faster than current methods. According
“Ocsober” is over and the festive season is looming, with alcoholic beverages at every occasion. But how much is too much? A nutritionist weighs in.
It feels like you should be handed an award when you decide to step up your running game (hello, you just dominated 10 whole kays!).
For many women, a mastectomy remains the best chance at living their best life cancer-free. It doesn’t make the experience any less harrowing. Breast cancers tend
More men are delaying fatherhood, and new research suggests that might raise the risk of both birth complications and infant health problems. When new fathers
The tradition of reforesting the upper lip in November started out as a fund-raising joke in a bar. Now Movember is a charity that raises
Poor sleep is tied to weight gain, skewed hormones, next-day hunger, and blood sugar and insulin issues, says Bridget Murphy, registered dietitian and nutritionist at
Living with urinary incontinence can be really inconvenient and at times outright embarrassing. It affects around 200 million people around the world, with women 25% more likely
It’s well-known that regular exercise can help cut your risk for a stroke. Now, new research shows fitness may have an added bonus, cutting the severity
Like the human gut, the breast gland has a “microbiome” that’s influenced by diet, new animal research suggests. Although the findings are preliminary, scientists hope
When Adam Zeldis was 16, Howard Stern changed his mind about his penis forever. On his show, Stern was talking about how circumcision changes sexual
Life happens – you leave your car lights on and the battery dies, you “accidentally” pop a zit or forget your laundry in the rain. These