Do You Love or Hate Cilantro? The Reason May Surprise You

Contributor: Neha Vyas, MD, Family Medicine Who doesn’t love the smell of freshly cut herbs? However, there’s one aromatic leaf that can produce a distinctly negative reaction: coriandrum satvium, commonly known as cilantro. Cilantro is one of the most polarizing herbs people use in modern cooking. Around since the second millennium BCE, its fruits, leaves … Read More

Thirdhand Smoke May Damage Your DNA

Cigarette smoke lives on long after you take your last drag of the day. The smell lingers on your clothes, on the furniture, on the curtains and elsewhere. But new research suggests the problem may be bigger than just a smell. Research published in the journal Mutagenesis has made headlines recently by focusing on this … Read More

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