Elizabeth Ko, M.D.
When it comes to the fasting-mimicking diet, the food restrictions kick in for just five days out of the month.
Clothes that have been in the sandbox should head right into the washer. Shoes should be thoroughly brushed clean.
Artificial sweeteners, which can be a boon to people with conditions like diabetes, should be an occasional, rather than a regular, part of our diets.
If you’re serious about sleeping better, switch to non-caffeinated beverages after breakfast, and skip the nightcap.
The behaviors of RBD range from speaking, shouting and swearing in one’s sleep, to running, leaping, grabbing and punching.
How well someone does with a cochlear implant depends in part on what degree of hearing they began with.
One study strongly suggests that the brain processes both types of pain in the same way.
Even with treatment, it can take weeks and even months for depression to loosen its grip.
A series of studies have put follicle-stimulating hormone, or FSH, into the spotlight.
It’s estimated that up to 30 million people in the United States turn to NSAIDs each day to deal with aches and pains, cramps, fever and swelling.
When it comes to recommendations on how much protein we should eat, there is a bit of debate.
Probiotics are live micro-organisms that are ingested for their health benefits.
Research has repeatedly shown that sitting for long periods of time is bad for your health. Your heart rate drops and circulation slows.