Always Running Late? You May Be a Victim of ‘Time Blindness’
People with ADHD often have a weaker perception of time, called ‘time blindness.’ Experts discuss the condition and give time management tips.
New Test Can Detect Both Covid-19 and the Flu
The FDA has granted emergency use authorization to Lucira Health’s combined Covid-19 and flu at-home testing kit. Dr. Emily Volk explains the EUA status and how to properly use this new test.
Medical Notes: March 19, 2023
Do you know what’s in your baby’s food? Why are stroke-related deaths on the rise? Plus, to improve your liver health, start walking.
Eat The Invaders: How You Can Help Your Local Environment
Two experts reveal how you can help by adding the invasive species in your area into your diet.
Is Your Diet Slowly Killing You?
Experts discuss how you can supplement your diet – with less pills and more natural ingredients – to get your health back on track.
Medical Notes: March 12, 2023
How doctors can find the source of seizures before they occur. A new powder to protect your lungs from viruses. And babies remember faces, even when we wear masks.
A Look at the Rising Field of Genetic Counseling
Our experts explain how to know if you need to see a genetic counselor.
Medical Malpractice: ‘I’m Privy To Information That Would Shock People’
Dr. Stanley Berry takes us through instances of medical malpractice and his experience dealing with negligent physicians.
Medical Notes: March 5, 2023
Science is learning a thing or two from nature. A stressful day may look different depending on your gender. Everything we know about love may be wrong.
Genomics Pt. 2: Designer Babies, Illegal Experiments, and Moral Issues
Our experts explain the ethical debate surrounding gene editing in humans. Where do we draw the moral line and have we already crossed it?
Blame Your Grandparents for Your Health Issues
Author Judith Finlayson explains how our grandparents’ habits and behaviors have a direct influence on our DNA.
Medical Notes: February 26, 2023
We’re a step closer to giving people with paralysis more independence. Should men go sober when trying to start a family? Plus, long Covid symptoms have been narrowed down to just seven.