From patches to hypnosis to pills and even gum, there are many ways to quit smoking. But is there a downside to these common treatments?
The mind-body connection has become a buzzword in recent years, and now, new research in monkeys highlights how the link may actually work
'Healthier Me' encourages autistic teenagers to have a balanced diet and take care of their bodies
Psychologists have long thought that people tend to underestimate the odds of something bad happening to them and overestimate the chances of good things happening to them
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It’s a paradoxical fact: When someone is getting stressed out, one of the least effective (and perhaps most annoying) things to say is “Relax.”
Q&A with Dr. Manny: Is it true that spray sunscreens could be unsafe for children?
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When Anna Pesce was visiting her children in Wagener, SC, in November 2014, the then-85-year-old Orangeburg, NY, native almost collapsed trying to climb a set of stairs.