Dr. Holly Benjamin, a University of Chicago professor of pediatrics, discusses the dangers of adolescents consuming high amounts of caffeine.
Many of us have experienced a toxic relationship at one point in our lives. Jaime Mahler specializes in helping people move past this pattern.
We break down how our ancestors' genetic history affects our current biological makeup – including our vulnerability to disease.
Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic disease in America. Experts explain the health and financial burdens of sickle cell disease.
Our expert this week explains that in order to move into this new era of medicine, we need to take a look back at our evolutionary path.
Dr. Sandeep Vaishnavi, a cognitive neuroscientist, reveals the best practices to heal from a TBI, including meditation and nutrition.
Author Alden Wicker exposes the fashion industry’s frequent use of harsh and toxic chemicals that are serious threats to our health.
Dr. Steve Reilly, a professor at Yale School of Medicine, reveals how natural selection works and how humans may be its best ally.
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.
An expert explains the signs and symptoms to watch out for, and what to do if you’re diagnosed with BAV.
Bed rest is one of the most common interventions prescribed for high-risk pregnancies, but does it actually work?
Experts from Harvard and Mayo Clinic explain how medical eponyms can go awry and place honor on criminals or even the wrong person.