Published October 25, 2013
Would you donate your kidney for $10,000?
Published October 23, 2013
Exposure to the insecticide DDT may cause some people to undergo genetic mutations – which cause later generations of their offspring to be much more susceptible to obesity.
Published October 22, 2013
New research has highlighted a potential pathway for early intervention methods that could help those at a high risk for Alzheimer’s, making genetic screening for the disease as important as cholesterol tests are to preventing heart disease.
Published October 17, 2013
As Tough Mudders continue to increase in popularity, the organization has received growing criticism from people wondering whether the event is truly safe for the average ‘weekend warrior’ – and if it’s really worth the risk.
Published October 15, 2013
For years, pregnant women were banned from consuming anything beyond ice chips and water during labor and delivery. However, new research now suggests that women can safely consume another form of sustenance while giving birth: a protein shake.
Published October 11, 2013
As runners prepare to conquer 26.2 miles at the Chicago Marathon this Sunday, one of the most crucial elements contributing to whether or not they reach the finish line will be how they fuel themselves before and during the event.
Published October 10, 2013
Anyone who’s attempted to lose weight by cutting calories and logging more treadmill time has probably wished for a way to somehow speed up their slimdown.
Published October 08, 2013
While it’s easy to walk into a doctor’s office and leave with a prescription to treat high blood pressure, some physicians don't take the time to address the unhealthy habits that cause these issues in the first place.
Published October 03, 2013
Imagine entering the intensive care unit with one illness like pneumonia – and then leaving with an entirely different debilitating health condition affecting your memory, organizational skills and overall quality of life
Published October 01, 2013
As enrollment in ObamaCare begins, physicians throughout the country are preparing to deal with an influx of newly insured patients – as well as the increased financial demands this will place on their practices.