7 surprising causes of back pain
If your back is bugging you, it might be something in your everyday life that's causing the problem.
9 reasons for chest pain that aren’t a heart attack
Sometimes your heart isn't even the culprit.
Here’s why you shouldn’t refill your plastic water bottle
Doing so might be harmful to your health.
Why doctors are now prescribing a day in the park or a walk on the beach
There is growing evidence that exposure to natural environments is beneficial to health.
8 sensitive health questions you might be too embarrassed to ask
You may not always tell your doctor what's really on your mind.
7 things you should know about breast cancer in men
Here are some factors that can increase the risk of male breast cancer.
How starting a writing practice can sharpen your mind
The surprising benefits of putting pen to paper on a regular basis.
Why your fitness tracker may not be giving you enough credit
And in some cases, you may want to consider how secure and private your data really is.
Forget lifespan: why brain scientists are focusing on ‘healthspan’
The new thinking about aging considers not just how long one lives, but how vibrant one stays later in life.
Does your partner’s chewing drive you nuts? You might have misophonia
Misophonia is a condition where innocuous sounds like pen-clicking can cause a severe reaction.
Researchers have determined the exact age that misery peaks
Every country has a U-shaped "happiness curve."
How high-priced “specialty drugs” are exposing more flaws in our system
These medications are becoming increasingly common, though many Americans are unfamiliar with the term.
The second most common type of dementia often goes unrecognized
For a third of people with the disease, getting the correct diagnosis took more than two years.