A recent study suggests many drug commercials provide fewer facts about the medications they promote and more information about the lifestyle improvements they supposedly offer.
Medical Care on a Cruise: What to Know
Ahead of National Drinking Water Week, NSF International, a public health and safety organization, conducted a survey to better understand Americans’ concerns about contaminants in the water supply.
Researchers recently conducted a study to examine the effects of water treatment on chemicals in the public water supply, focusing on phenols, which are common, organic chemicals that occur naturally in water and are present in dyes, personal care pr...
When you live with ADD or ADHD it can seem like everyone else is on top of their work and family life, goals, and dreams — especially on social media. But everyone battles procrastination. Here’s how you can win.
Believe it or not, your feet are a good barometer of your overall health. What do yours tell you about your health?
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A photographer works to illustrate cultural and social influences on family diet and health.
Is this botanical substance a dietary supplement — or is it an addictive drug?
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Love the flavor of coffee but hate the burn after a hot cup? These hacks help you continue to enjoy some favorite drinks or try new ones.