The scientific reason why some of us can’t sleep without a fan
Sleep well, fan enthusiasts.
Families are currently locked out of nursing homes. Is it safe inside?
What can you do for your loved ones in a pandemic? Experts have several suggestions.
Have you been exposed to the coronavirus? Your smartphone could tell you
A closer look at the Apple-Google exposure notification system.
What it will take to live in your home for the rest of your life
Aging in place is about more than just putting in a grab bar.
This common disorder looks like dementia — but it can be cured
The condition has many of the same symptoms as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
What your resting heart rate reveals about your longevity
There might be a risk factor that’s under the radar for many adults.
Researchers identified 47 old drugs that might treat the coronavirus
These researchers found and tested all 47. The results show promising leads and a whole new way to fight COVID-19.
Childhood trauma is linked to severe health consequences later in life
Adverse childhood experiences are now proven to lead to poor health outcomes down the line. How can this be prevented?
Not a morning person? Blame your genes
Over 351 genetic factors contribute to your sleep schedule.
Widely used surgical masks are putting people at serious risk
The CDC has recommended alternatives due to a shortage of N95 respirators — but experts say the guidance is fueling illness.
5 things you should know about asymptomatic COVID-19
Here's what we know about people who are infected but don't show symptoms.
COVID-19 is causing subtle changes to our five senses. Have you noticed?
The way we see, hear, taste, touch and smell may never be the same again.
Struggling to hit 10,000 steps? Here’s the real number to aim for
According to a recent study, the ideal step count might actually be a good deal lower.
7 tips to get your sleep cycle back on track during quarantine
You might have noticed your normal sleep pattern has changed. Here's what you can do about it.
How to get better sleep (without prescription sleep aids)
There's a way to fall asleep faster and get better sleep without medication.
Telehealth patients are now being billed for phone calls with doctors that used to be free
The shift to telemedicine is going far less smoothly than the speeches and press releases suggest.