Sleep and Wellbeing

Coping with Shift Work

10 January, 2022

About 22 million Americans work late-night shifts, which can be detrimental to one's health. Let's talk about coping with shift work.

Sleep and Autism

10 January, 2022

Here’s what researchers know so far about the causes and consequences of — and treatments for — sleep problems in autism.

Sleep Tips: Eat This, Not That

10 January, 2022

How’s your sleep? If you’re struggling to get enough shut-eye, there are things you can do, starting with your diet.

Slumber and Snacking

12 January, 2022

A new study suggests that lack of sleep affects how much we eat and when we eat. Here’s what the research says about slumber and snacking.

Women's Health & Wellness


How to Avoid Gaining Weight This New Year’s Eve

Here are some of the best tips on how to keep your New Year’s resolution early and avoid gaining weight - starting on New Year’s Eve.


Watch What You Eat for a Happy New Year!

Food is a central part of holiday celebrations and it can be tough to make the right choices for your body that you can keep in the new year.


Healthy Alternatives for Traditional New Year Treats

It’s no wonder that many people gain close to a pound over the holidays but here are some healthy alternatives for new year treats.

Heart Health

Negative Emotions Can Damage Your Heart

20 January, 2022

A new study explores the damage that negative emotions can have on the heart. Does support help more than aggressive dieting?

I Feel My Heart Beating. Is That Normal?

23 November, 2021

Although palpitations (your heart beating rapidly or irregularly) can be alarming, the good news is that they are typically benign.

A Promising Future for Transplant Recipients

25 October, 2021

A pig's kidney has been transplanted into a human without immediate rejection - what could this mean for the future of heart transplants?

How Vitamin K Benefits the Heart

27 September, 2021

Scientists have discovered that two types of Vitamin K - found in green vegetables, meat and cheese - can benefit the heart.

Men's Health


Men and Mental Health: Dealing with Depression

When it comes to dealing with depression, men tend to be different from women. Here’s what you should know.


How Your Circadian Rhythms May Be Related to Prostate Cancer

Researchers have discovered a surprising link between circadian rhythms and one of the deadliest cancers for men: prostate cancer.

Men's Health

Do Men Handle Breakups Worse than Women?

A new study has found that men genuinely seem invested in their romantic relationships. But do men handle their breakups worse than women?


Should I Get a Booster Shot to Begin Traveling in the New Year?

12 January, 2022

With the Omicron variant raging across the U.S. and the rest of the world, can travel be done safely with a COVID-19 booster shot?

Is Omicron the “Vaccine” We’ve Been Looking For?

7 January, 2022

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 seems to be far less deadly than the Delta variant - could its spread lead to the end of the pandemic?

All About The Omicron Variant

7 January, 2022

With new information emerging daily, it is unclear exactly where omicron is taking us, but some reviews shed light on the journey.

COVID-19 Vaccines for Kids 5-11

24 November, 2021

On Oct. 29, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.

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