Health

By Renee Onque Supplements, superfoods, and health hacks are advertised constantly to those looking to live a long, healthy life, but focusing on just those quick solutions is not very effective, according to leading longevity researcher Dan Buettner. On a recent episode of “Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris,” Buettner, who popularized the world’s Blue...
By Brad Stulberg The other day, someone at my gym approached me and lamented that he could spend nearly every waking hour of his life executing the countless viral health and longevity recommendations popularized by internet influencers and podcast hosts, and he’d still feel that he is falling behind. He was alluding to a complicated and...
By Melissa Rudy A California doctor wants people to know that, in his view and experience, the medical community doesn’t always tell patients the truth. Dr. Robert Lufkin, a physician and father of two young children, has been diagnosed with four chronic diseases — the same ones that claimed his father’s life. Inspired by his own...
By Gabby Landsverk If you want to live a long, healthy life, the best time to pay attention to your heart health is right now, according to a doctor. The biggest mistake people make about heart health is waiting until it’s too late to take action, Dr. Gregory Katz, a cardiologist at NYU Langone, said. “People think...
By Lauren Irwin Former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield said he predicts a bird flu pandemic will happen, it’s just a matter of when that will be. Redfield joined NewsNation Friday to discuss the growing concern for bird flu, as the virus has been detected in dozens of cattle across...
By Mina Elwell When you’re planning to spend time away from home, one of the most important things you need to pack is your prescription medications. However, not all countries have the same regulations on medications, and depending on where you’re going, medications that you were given completely legally by a doctor in one country...
By Hetty Lui McKinnon and Alice Callahan Longtime vegetarians already know: To be a vegetarian is to eat really well. But if you’re looking to make the switch to vegetarianism or just a more plant-forward diet, you may have questions, even concerns. What should I cook? How do I think about meals? How will I know if I’m...
By Jancee Dunn Flatulence, constipation and diarrhea can be embarrassing. But you don’t need to be shy about discussing them with a gastroenterologist, a doctor who treats conditions of the digestive system. “We’ve heard it all,” said Sophie Balzora, a gastroenterologist and clinical professor of medicine at NYU Langone Health. “And we want to normalize...
By Andrei Ionescu A team of infectious disease specialists has issued an urgent call to action for the medical community, emphasizing the need for heightened awareness and preparedness to address the rising impact of climate change on disease transmission and outbreaks. The study was led by the University of California Davis (UC Davis), Harvard University and the Massachusetts General Hospital,...
By Alex Spencer Professor Giles Yeo wants you to stop worrying about your supermarket bread loaf and whether it could be classed as ultra processed food (UPF). The definition of UPF as something that is made through industrial processes and contains ingredients not normally seen in the average kitchen – such as modified starch or...
By Dana G. Smith The cleaning industry experienced a boom during the first years of the pandemic. Covid-19 cleaning protocols in schools, stores and other public spaces ratcheted up, with a spray and a wipe-down becoming de rigueur on every surface after every use. Fear of the coronavirus also prompted people to use more disinfectant...
By Elle Hunt Women are rarely given the chance to forget about our biological clocks: their starting, slowing, stopping. I remember talking about whether I’d want children with my mum when I was six or seven years old. Now that I’m 32, my friends are having children, debating having them, or dating in the hopes of...

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