Dr. Emily Lantz, a professor of nutrition, breaks down how our body uses protein, how much protein we need in a day, and who needs extra supplementation
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Nearly 90% of women who could become pregnant but don't want to use contraception – which may worsen a preexisting autoimmune disease.
Dr. James Hamblin explains how to tell if a persistent itch or bothersome joint pain has a simple fix or needs to be checked by a professional.
Dr. Izabella Wentz, a thyroid expert, explains the lifestyle changes you can make to fix your hormone imbalance.
Dr. Disha Narang explains how these types of therapies need to be paired with long-term, strict daily routines in order to be effective.
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.
Should America stop outsourcing essential drug production? Then, CBD may be entering a new market. Then, after years of working through the pandemic, nurses have been hit hard. And finally, Teenage alcohol abuse will catch up to you later in life.
PCPs need more daylight to help all their patients; Using locust to detect cancer; Youth proves to be an asset in fighting Covid-19; Testosterone doesn’t always fuel anger.
Scientists say exposure to micro plastics is unavoidable. How did the pandemic affect rates of alcohol use? There was a 25% increase in alcohol-related deaths in 2020 compared to the previous year. And finally…the food you eat may be affecting your personality.
Why should we trust our gut? Because it knows the difference between real and fake sugar. Then, a mouse study investigating a new cancer drug has found that the drug also improves metabolism. And finally, stop forcing food onto picky eaters.
When it comes to illnesses that cause the most deaths, a new study finds that one hidden killer is a lot bigger than most people think: antibiotic-resistant infections. Then, the use of hair products could be altering the course of many pregnancies. And finally, if you’re using a cloth mask to protect yourself against Covid, researchers say it’s a good idea …
Thousands of parents take their children to doctors each year seeking synthetic growth hormone to cure their relatively short stature, even though most of these children are merely late bloomers. Plus, studies show that short stature generally does not create psychological damage. Experts weigh in.