Discover how poor posture can lead to neck and back pain, and other health troubles — especially when you sit at a desk all day. A chiropractor shares useful tips for improving your posture.Read More
Never tried using cashew butter in your cooking? Our Braised Chicken With Cashew Gravy from Functional Medicine Director Mark Hyman, MD, is the perfect chance to give it a shot. Combined with almond milk, chicken broth and Dijon, the results are amazingly smooth — and delicious!
If left untreated, high calcium levels can lead to bone and kidney problems and hypertension. Here’s what you need to know about hypercalcemia.
Little kids pick up germs everywhere they go — especially toddlers. A recent study looks at what’s more effective in keeping little ones free of respiratory infections — soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
Find the answer to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Two cancer experts clear up the confusion over palliative care versus hospice care.
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Headphones and ear buds (yes, that includes your new AirPods) can fill your ears with satisfying sounds — but they could also damage your hearing. Prevent that from happening with this advice from an audiologist.
A new study found a two- to three-fold increase in levels of TMAO, a compound associated with heart disease and stroke risk, in people who ate a high-red meat diet, compared to those who got their protein from white meat or plant-based foods.
Not a coffee fan? Or maybe just don’t want the caffeine? Try this Non-coffee Vanilla Latte from Functional Medicine Director Mark Hyman, MD, to start your day.
Inherited gene mutations cause pulmonary hypertension in about 20 percent of the cases that have no other cause. Here’s how genetic testing can help families.
Younger students entering kindergarten are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than older students in the same class, finds a new study. But is accurate diagnosis the real issue?