Americans visit the doctor an average of three times a year. And during each visit, the doctor or a nurse typically takes vital signs.
There has long been controversy over whether gluten sensitivity is a real condition.
There’s no doubt that people with celiac disease cannot tolerate the grain protein. They typically have a swift and severe reaction to wheat products. They may suffer intestinal cramping, vomiting, diarrhea, overwhelming fatigue, and even bone loss.
For those of us who enjoy a drink, the recent headlines were unsettling…
“Alcohol in Any Amount Is Unhealthy”
The articles described a study that claimed even one drink a day comes with health risks.
Here’s why you shouldn’t believe the hype…
Dr. Aaron E. Carroll is a professor at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is an expert on how medical research is conducted.… Read More
Anybody who does much air travel knows that flying is hard on your immune system.
Picking up a cold or some other illness after a plane flight is almost routine for some of us. One study found that 20% of air travelers report respiratory illnesses within a week of taking a plane flight.1
Whether you want to learn a new dance step or fix the slice in your golf swing, it’s not easy to learn a new motor skill.
Sometimes your body just won’t do what you want it to do.
Now, new research has uncovered a simple trick that might help.1
To put it mildly, coffee is a popular beverage. A recent survey found that 64% of Americans reported having had at least one cup the previous day.1
You might not find that surprising. But you might well be surprised by the number of remarkable health benefits contained in a mug of joe.