You’ve heard heart attacks feel like an elephant is crushing your chest. Could subtler pain in other places, like your back, neck or jaw, ever signal a heart attack? Discover the truth from cardiologist Leslie Cho, MD.Read More
Potty training is a process for children, so be patient, says pediatrician Deborah Lonzer, MD. Not sure where to start? Tap on our interactive guide to find out.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Functional medicine nutritionist Rachel Stockle, MS, LD, RDN, answers this one about the nutritional differences between bone broth and stock.
Potato, potahto. Sweet, white. Does it matter when it comes to your health? Our experts analyze what’s the better pick.
If you don’t have ice pop molds at home, you can use muffin tins or 3-ounce paper cups.
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All work and no play can have a serious impact on your mental and physical health. Find out how to re-establish a healthy work-life balance.
Why does the smell of strong or spicy food, like garlic, asparagus or fish, linger long after a meal? Tap or click to discover the fate of each food (and its odor) once we’ve consumed it.
Planning and practicing what you eat and drink during your training can make a difference in whether you earn a PR on race day.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Here, functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, explains why vegetarians and vegans may find weight loss a challenge.
It’s normal to feel tired and stressed after you have a baby. But you shouldn’t continue to feel sad or angry as time passes. Learn more about the signs of postpartum depression.