The Internet is an incredible wealth of information, not all of it truly scientific or health-promoting, but it can prove a quick way to garner details on health matters.
Research based on cherry-picking statistics and small studies suited the needs of the pharmaceutical industry, but it may have been all wrong.
A classic psychology experiment from many decades ago carries the promise we may need when there’s division among us in any area.
The monkeypox virus is so contagious and there is so much misinformation that fear is the current state of affairs. Who is properly addressing it?
The COVID statistics are worrisome, but there’s a problem with them and it needs to be noted for everyone’s awareness and safety.
Nursing homes and residential care facilities are undergoing a sea change as the many benefits of aging in place are seen, and people are beginning to refuse to leave their homes.
New research points in that direction and cites female physicians are paid less, spend more time with their patients, and work longer hours.
Always a student who struggled in school, Cher finally decided she was too dumb and left early. Now she knows she’s not dumb but has a diagnosable disorder, dyslexia.
The prescription says BID, TID or PRN, but is there a time of day instead of a number of hours between doses, to take your medication? Science thinks there may be.
The famous “Bystander Effect” has been touted as the definitive answer to how safe you are in the company of strangers and it may be all wrong.