Loni Love, a comedian, explains the obstacles she’s faced during her journey towards a healthier lifestyle.
Medical Notes: Your Local Park May Be Polluted With Lead, How Pupil Size Affects Anxiety Levels, and the Stress Hormone That Makes Insulin Work Better
Scientists may now be able to catch dementia earlier than ever before. Are eyes the windows to our mental health? A new mouse study may improve diabetes treatments. The neighborhood playground may be holding onto more than just childhood memories.
Medical Notes: One Pill Could Replace Your Daily Workout, How Your Hometown Contributes to Your Diet, and a Less-Invasive Alternative to Injections
Have we found an alternative to injecting medicine? Your hometown influences what you consume. We may soon be able to simplify our daily workout.
Medical Notes: Kids Using Weight Loss Drugs, Adding Insects to Your Next Meal, and Why You Should Stop Putting Bananas in Your Smoothies
Covid-19 may have left babies vulnerable to disease. Should kids use weight loss drugs? It may be time to start eating insects. Stop putting bananas in your smoothies.
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.