Does ‘Here Comes Santa Claus’ make you break out in a huge grin or a scowl? Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, provides some insight as to why you react the way you do to those familiar holiday tunes.Read More
Mashed potatoes doesn’t have to mean white potatoes! Try this version from functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, featuring sweet potatoes, garlic and freshly chopped rosemary.
Baloxavir is the newest antiviral drug to receive FDA approval for the treatment of flu. Discover its strengths and limitations in the fight against this potentially deadly illness.
Plan to do a fair amount of skiing or snowboarding this season? Sara Miniaci-Coxhead, MD, explains what you need to do now to make sure you’re in proper shape.
A new Cleveland Clinic study finds that excess fat itself — not just associated factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol or lack of exercise — is harmful. Preventive cardiologist Haitham Ahmed, MD, explains the genetic analysis linking obesity with diabetes and coronary artery disease.
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Don’t skip the turkey just because you don’t want to cook a whole bird! Our Baked Root Vegetables With Turkey from functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, uses ground turkey instead and will be on the table in just 45 minutes flat.
This infection gives kids tiny, telltale blisters on the mouth, hands and feet. But adults don’t always get blisters, and can pass the illness on without realizing it. Here’s what you should know.
It’s never too late for your aging, single parent to start dating. It’s also never too late to catch a sexually transmitted disease. Learn how to start a key conversation with your parent about protection from STDs.
Get tips from Dr. Dan Allan on the most effective ways to clean up after someone in your household has been struck by illness.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Cardiologist Steven Nissen MD, answers this one about whether fish oil and vitamin D are good for reducing your risk of heart disease and cancer.