Aspartame has been studied for more than 40 years, but people are still skeptical of its safety. Experts break down the new research and explain its effects.
Can Netflix help with childhood cancer treatment? Microplastics may be messing with sex hormones. Red-flag warning signs of cancer. Your child’s drink may be toxic.
Dr. Disha Narang explains how these types of therapies need to be paired with long-term, strict daily routines in order to be effective.
Experts reveal small actions that can make a big difference in the health of America’s children.
Experts break down the marketing strategies used to get product attention in grocery stores and online.
Dr. Hammer believes our health is a big piece of overall happiness. He offers tips and tools that can help us be more intentional with our health.
Dr. Samir Patel details how to properly treat your heartburn before it becomes a serious issue.
Efforts to improve the health habits of children have largely failed; A recent study in reveals that our gender determines how our muscles interact with other metabolic tissue; Does toxic air damage our brains?; Video games may not be rotting our brains after all.
A new paper found psilocybin-assisted therapy could help relieve depression for up to a year. Scientists have identified a new chemical inside of us that promotes obesity. Earth’s natural coasts are disappearing. And finally, do mosquitoes care about your fashion sense?
Studies are finding that obesity significantly increases a person’s risk for a variety of cancers. However, not all forms of fat carry equal risk. An expert discusses who is more at risk and why.
Getting less than six hours of sleep per night has long been known to be hazardous to health, but the discovery of the mechanisms behind those hazards is leading scientists to strengthen their warnings.
There are now two new pills that can prevent people from getting severely ill after contracting Covid-19. Then, a new type of magnetic brain stimulation is showing promise as a treatment for depression. And finally, if you crave one type of food over another blame your genes.