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Although she’s one of 100 million American adults who lives with several chronic illnesses, Janice Freeman doesn’t place limits on herself...
HIV affects women differently than men.
Edible flowers may boost the taste, appearance and nutritional value of meals and beverages.
Findings suggest that inky hair dyes may pose a higher risk for cancer.
A roundup of the latest must-have finds for hair, skin, health, beauty and more. These products are worth every cent.
According to reports, for the past few years, there’s been a marked decline in high school kids’ participation in football.
Artificial intelligence can improve medical care, but can the health care industry guard against machines that may one day outsmart us?
Scientists merge three antibodies that target almost all strains of HIV.
When the virus fights back
What’s the deal with cost savings cards for prescriptions?
Sometimes psoriasis goes beyond the skin’s surface.
Newer hep C meds may give more prisoners access to the cure.
Now, look in the mirror.
Many chronic diseases and conditions are preventable.
What to consider before taking a genetic test at home
Break through that rut!
How cycling can help schoolkids struggling with ADHD
Food cravings in men versus women
Grub we eat can be toxic to pets
Whether whey, soy, pea, rice or hemp, not all protein powders are equal.
Common meds can cause vaginal dryness.
Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions.
Why partners need to spend some time apart
Psychologists say that in a relationship, it’s key to find ways to balance being together yet separate from a partner.
Thoughts on two people being together yet separate