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This short book is a story of awakening; finding yourself and using that knowledge to change yourself.
Playboy model Katie May suffered a torn artery and stroke
If you’re worried about an adolescent and aren’t sure what to do, heed the advice of Fadi Haddad, a psychiatrist and the co-author of Helping Kids in Crisis
TUNNEL VISION CAN SET IN WITH A new cancer diagnosis. Everyone—the doctor, the patient, the patient’s loved ones—focuses almost exclusively on treatment: the chemotherapy, surgery and radiation that aim to keep a patient alive for as long as possible
IT’S EASY TO SNEER AT THE IDEA OF AFFLUENZA, BUT MAYBE THERE’S SOMETHING TO THE PREMISE THAT WEALTHY KIDS HAVE A PARTICULAR SET OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION PROBLEMS
Some military veterans are embracing the drug as scientists scramble to study its effects
TODAY THE VAST MAJORITY OF WOMEN diagnosed with breast cancer receive surgery of some kind, radiation and chemotherapy, regardless of the prognosis or stage of their disease. “How do I know my cancer isn’t going to be the one that spreads?” is a ques
THE MONEY LINK: Sleep may be free, but not getting enough can be costly. In a 2016 study, economists Matthew Gibson and Jeffrey Shrader found that one extra hour of sleep per week can result in 5% higher wages. “When you’re sleep deprived, your produ
PETER: Well, it depends on what you mean by cure. There are actually two categories. Most of us think in the terms of what’s called a sterilizing cure, something that would get HIV completely removed from a person. But HIV is a retrovirus, which gene
WHEN HIS 2-YEAR-OLD WAS DIAGNOSED WITH LEUKEMIA, THE SHOWMAN FOUND A CAUSE: FIGHTING PEDIATRIC CANCER
People on the spectrum—and their families—can be more easily swayed in their responses to treatments than previously thought.
When it comes to preventing cognitive decline, simple lifestyle changes are finally being borne out by science
THE STAR OPENS UP ABOUT HER BREAKDOWN, HER BIPOLAR DIAGNOSIS AND HOW SHE’S HEALING WITH A SUPPORTIVE HUSBAND AND A NEW SHOW
TERRIFYING AS THE C WORD CAN BE, breast cancer today means something very different than it did a decade ago. Doctors know more than ever about what causes cancer in the first place and when it’s best to screen for the disease as well as which cancer
IT SOUNDED MORE LIKE A LARK THAN a scientific study when a handful of Japanese researchers set out to discover whether something special—and clinically therapeutic—happens when people spend time in nature. They were inspired by a new recommendation f
THE FACT THAT HUMANS LIVE LONGER THAN EVER BEFORE cuts both ways, because the more time we spend on the planet, the more things can go haywire in our bodies and our minds. It’s a particular challenge for neurologists who want to keep our brains healt
THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER HAS LONG STYMIED DRUG DEVELOPMENT FOR BRAIN DISORDERS. RESEARCHERS HAVE FINALLY BEGUN TO BREAK THROUGH IT.
SNOWFLAKES FALL AROUND ME AS I float above a river, weaving through an icy wonderland. I toss a fish to an otter, and it shivers with glee. Then, as I exit a cave full of colorful rocks, I flow into a bright spring landscape, complete with cherry blo
COMPANIES ARE BETTING A “LIQUID BIOPSY” CAN CHANGE CANCER TESTING.
A boutique and spa helps women with cancer
A single dose of magic mushrooms can make people with severe anxiety and depression better for months, according to a landmark pair of new studies.
Greg Marischen opened his Brain Balance Achievement Center franchise after physical and occupational therapy changed his life.
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