Does the gold-standard test for diagnosing COVID-19 give misleading results? The more you understand, the less frightening the media reports can be.
Tony was frequently bitten by ticks but never came down with Lyme disease. Could he be brewing a silent infection? Here’s what we figured out…
Bacteria that live in your gut predict a common liver disease. These bacteria could be a quick, inexpensive way to diagnose non-alcoholic fatty liver disease‑and prevent cirrhosi...
Aspirin is widely taken—sometimes without a doctor’s advice—for heart health, preventing stroke and cancer. But its risks often outweigh the benefits.
The development of COVID vaccines is bringing us all hope, but there still are many important questions about the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
While you’re worrying about COVID-19, don’t forget that flu season is just ahead. Many of these precautions will help you avoid both.
A new study shows that an irregular heartbeat (Afib) can develop following any type of surgery, not just cardiac. Steps to protect yourself or a loved one from this dangerous risk.
If you really want to be socially responsible, lose weight, eat healthy, strengthen your immune system and talk to your doctor about taking zinc and vitamin D.
Here are the five specific muscles that lead to most chronic pain—and the simple exercises that can provide relief.
If you suffer from dizziness, one key question can help you get the correct diagnosis when the culprit is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
Whether diagnosed as bacterial, viral or allergic, this natural approach to recurrent nasal infections yields lasting success‑far better than antibiotics and antihistamines.
We have been brainwashed into thinking that heart disease is caused by cholesterol, but the real culprit is insulin resistance.
Cheryl’s soft tissue and joint pain kept her from using her hands for anything but the most vital tasks. Here, the diet and home changes that resolved it completely.
Three supplements help protect children ages 2 to 12 against, cold, flu and COVID-19—especially for kids who eat a poor diet or take antibiotics.
Deep brain stimulation can be an effective treatment for Parkinson’s disease, but does it increase dementia risk? This study offers reassuring news…
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