The FDA has approved the non-nutritive artificial sweeteners sucralose (Splenda®), aspartame (Equal®, NutraSweet®, Sugar Twin®) and saccharin (Sweet 'n Low®) for safety, based on scientific evidence.
A new study shows that eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, like those in the Mediterranean diet, may help preserve memory and thinking abilities later in life.
The “cinnamon challenge” sounds innocent. But the competitive eating fad popular with kids can cause them to choke or damage their throat, airway and lungs.
Even a mild drop in body temperature can be dangerous for surgical patients. Research determined why it’s important for a surgical team to prevent a patient from becoming too cold while under anesthesia.
Don’t worry, be happy? Yeah, right. Easy to say. But if you look for the joy in everyday life, the road to happiness could be a lot easier to navigate. Here are some tips to help you along.
What food is bad for thought? Which three foods get you the best sleep? Why should you pay attention to your poop? Health Hub Tips has the surprising answers to these questions and more.
Temporary tattoos, including henna tattoos, may seem like a good idea, but they’re far from risk-free. The black henna ink contained in many of these tattoos can cause serious allergic skin reactions.
In memory of her mother who struggled with Alzheimer’s disease, a runner competes in an ultra marathon: a 100-mile race to raise money for Alzheimer’s research.
What are the hazards of one soda a day? How can you catch salmonella from a pet frog? Health Hub Tips has the surprising answers to these questions and more.
Bloomberg talks with Delos M. Cosgrove, MD, about how Cleveland Clinic's unique leadership, commitment to unconventional thinking and the willingness to change help keep patients first and continue to make Cleveland Clinic No.1.