Considering pregnancy and have lupus? Plan ahead
Because people with lupus have higher than average risks for pregnancy complications, a maternal fetal medicine doctor is often recruited to be part of your medical team.
Back pain: Will treatment for the mind, body or both help?
If you’ve ever struggled with low back pain, you know that it can be surprisingly debilitating, even if the discomfort is short-term. You may find it difficult to grocery shop.
Cognitive effects in midlife of long-term cannabis use
It is important for individuals and healthcare professionals to place emphasis on research studies and not on speculation or personal stories. Canna has proven beneficial for a range.
If climate change keeps you up at night, here's how to cope
You may feel guilty about driving the short distance to the store, or you may struggle to stop worrying about how your actions will affect future generations.
Misgendering: What it is and why it matters
Making the effort to use the right names, pronouns, and honorifics when addressing a person shows respect and support for those around you and how they identify themselves.
Year three of the pandemic is underway: Now what?
Often, habits that don’t benefit us still feel good, since the brain releases dopamine. It does this with anything that helps us as a species to survive, like eating or sex.
Should you be tested for inflammation?
Testing for inflammation has its place in medical evaluation and in monitoring certain health conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Top Champagne Wineries Break The Mold in Bordeaux
Thanks to Emperor Napoleon and his infamous Grand Cru Classification of 1855, traditional winemaking methods have been upheld to ensure the quality and reputation of Bordeaux wines.
Heart-healthy habits for children and teens lengthen lives
Sometimes the worst wine snob is so full of themselves they can see what they had for breakfast two days ago. And sometimes it comes from them having zero idea what they’re talking.