"Nine to five." It might have meant something in your parents' day, but now it's just another awkward, outdated phrase, like "the bee's knees" or "I'm voting for Nixon." Our digital age has been sweet, but the price of permanent connection is steep.
Everybody knows the importance of drinking enough water. Aside from its benefits to your skin, muscles, organs, and digestion, it detoxifies... the benefits are endless. So, ere's one more: it helps you lose weight, according to a new study.
Assuming that the judge affirms his position in his final ruling and the FDA decides not to appeal (or appeals and loses), this decision represents a major victory for Amarin and the pharmaceutical industry more broadly.
As the last 15 years show, breaking this cycle of poor health and poverty is within our reach. Our task now is to identify, develop and scale up the next wave of health innovations -- new solutions that are affordable, accessible and effective in low-resource settings and that empower families and communities to transform their own health and economic futures.
"Connection is inevitable, distraction is a choice." - Alex Soojung-Kim Pang In today's times of being connected to modernistic devices, constant...
I know I'll be better at hitting the books (or pounding the keyboard) if I fuel my body with plenty of fiber, good fats, and vibrant veggies rather than packages of empty carbs.
I'm reshaping my thoughts, beliefs and actions to create health, happiness, harmony and joy for myself and my family. I know I can have it all, but I can have it all and stay healthy and happy too.
But let us not mislead the public about the significance of individual, incremental steps in the arc of science, nor promulgate the notion that "crowdsourcing" scientific discovery will get us where we need to go.
Maybe the biggest recent revolution in the nutrition world has been the shift from thinking of fat as public enemy number one, to recognizing that sugar is the real culprit -- implicated in everything from chronic inflammation to high cholesterol.
While we've all endured the distress of lack of sleep; it's almost too much to bear seeing someone you cherish suffering from a debilitating, unceasing sleep disorder. I know. The medications intended to help my daughter get the deep, restorative sleep she needs wreaked havoc on her body.
As a working "professional" who spends way too much time writing articles, drinking coffee, and listlessly staring off into the unknown, I find it difficult to carve out some gym time to make those gains I've heard so much about. Sound familiar?
My healthy observations over the past 30 years of life. About your body, eating, work and living your dreams. Some I practice daily and others I've only recently discovered. I'm certainly no saint, though I've learned a thing or two...
Out of nothing, something emerges. Swiftly, matter fills air. That nothing, of course, is always something. And that something is never nothing. Em...
Aging is a unique experience. For some, the effects will present themselves sooner rather than later, and for some who are luckier, the "aches and pai...
have been married to my wife for 40 years. She went through menopause in her early 40s. She had breast cancer two years before menopause. The creams didn't really work, sex just wasn't the same. Since she had breast cancer, HRT is out.
Many people believe that electing a woman president will help. I'm not so sure. Does breaking glass ceilings constitute a real political strategy -- that's capable of improving women's lives? And does voting one's gender really translate to voting one's interest?