Sorry, moms-to-be! Sleeping on your back (all night long) is one more habit you’ll need to change while you’re expecting. Ob/Gyn Salena Zanotti, MD, explains why ― and how to get comfy instead.
Crave something sweet, but watching your weight? Replace store-bought sweets with these homemade treats. You’ll boost your fiber while slashing calories and fat.
Ask your doctor if you have questions about the new classifications for cancer — so you can be sure that all the right tests have been ordered to accurately assess and treat you.
Kids of all ages spend a lot of time glued to their screens these days. Get some tips on how to encourage them to love the outdoors, despite the lure of technology.
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Choosing the right clothes and gear can improve your bike rides. Get a doctor’s take on eight must-haves for safe and comfortable cycling.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Rheumatologist Margaret Tsai, MD, answers this one about magnetic and copper bracelets for arthritis.
Enjoy fresh seafood tossed with whole-wheat angel hair pasta and spinach, flavored with lemon and garlic. You can reinvent this tasty dish with different seafood combinations.
If you have a leaky heart or a failing mitral valve but are not able to undergo open surgery, there are safer treatment options. Learn about the latest in minimally invasive surgery for mitral valve repair or replacement.
This dish is loaded with beneficial plant nutrients, nourishing fats and protein. But the flavors are what will make it a hit — including the bright and zesty sauce.
Video game disorder is a new diagnosis. It’s rare, but affects those whose excessive gaming dominates their entire lives — negatively affecting school, work and relationships.