By acting as patient advocates, doctors and other health care professional can do more to support broader family leave policies.
In Parkinson’s patients, an “expensive” placebo worked significantly better, producing a two-fold improvement compared with the “cheap” one.
Exercise can help keep the pounds off after weight loss, and weight training may be particularly beneficial, a new study shows.
A new study has found that the consumption of sugary drinks is associated with lowered age of the first menstrual period.
Studies suggest that a more demanding approach to exercise is not only safe for most patients but also more effective at preventing and reversing the problems of many ailments.
A new study suggests that dietary salt may have little or no effect on the risk for heart disease in older adults.
Chefs are coming up with all sorts of inspiring ideas for grains.
There is some evidence that working out on a completely empty stomach prompts the body to burn more fat and potentially stave off weight gain, compared to exercising at other times.
It is with a good deal of trepidation that I start any new medication in my patients who are very old, for fear of disrupting the myriad forces of genetics and environment that have allowed them to live so long.
The paucity of words at my disposal to talk about my cancer stymies me; I am grateful that patients have begun to create them.