5 facts about the second most common cause of dementia
If someone asked you what causes dementia, you’ll probably say Alzheimer’s. But the second most common cause of dementia is still shrouded in mystery.
The dental work you should tackle before you retire
Take care of your teeth before you retire, because you can’t count on Medicare.
How to stay safe from coronavirus while dining out: Restaurant advice from an infectious disease expert
What should you look out for, and how can you and the restaurant reduce the risk?
12 possible causes of your lower right abdomen pain
The reasons for pain in your right lower quadrant range from harmless to severe.
The long-term health effects of COVID-19 we’re not talking about enough
Looking at past epidemics can give us some idea of what's coming.
How to stay safe at a pool, the beach or a park this Memorial Day Weekend
This is not the time to let down your guard.
These are the most addictive foods, according to science
They're designed to be hard to put down, even when you're full.
The key COVID-19 symptom you can detect without a test
If we were all to respond to this cue by self-isolating, we could reduce the spread of the virus.
4 signs a person is dealing with “skin picking disorder”
And tools to help manage the condition.
8 possible causes for that metallic taste in your mouth
Does your mouth taste like old pennies? Here's when you should consult a doctor.
These household cleaning products can kill coronavirus — an expert explains which ones to use
How good are the cleaning products already in your cupboards at killing the virus? There's good news.
Pandemics change everything, including the way we design buildings
If you’re not getting enough nature during the lockdown, try bringing it indoors.
How coronavirus could forever change home health care
Here are 10 recommendations to address an emerging public health problem.
8 conditions that can mimic Alzheimer’s or dementia
Not all dementia-like symptoms point to the onset of the disease.
This one simple move could lower your blood pressure by 10% without medication
Getting a grip on your health is easier than you think.
5 things you should know if you obsessively track your heart rate
Heart rate is one of your body’s most basic vital signs, yet many people have questions about what that number really tells them.