Should you stick a needle in it?
But it's not necessarily the real thing.
Daily mouse usage may lead to neuropathy, but also beautiful graphs
Original headline: "Keep Your Neck and Abdomen Strong and You Can Count on a Fifty Per Cent Longer Life than the Average Man."
Health concerns while carrying a baby shouldn't be much different from the rest of your life.
Knowing which methods don't help at all is just as important as knowing which ones work.
The epidemic's slowdown has made time for clear-headed analysis
Are new stem cell therapies miracles in a bottle--or just a dangerous form of snake oil?
Is your gaming habit a mental health problem?
Implanting a new generation of spinal stimulators.
But there's got to be a better way.
Even if you're not trying to get swole, these movements will help you with everyday movements.
The most scientifically effective exercises you can do with a Christmas ham.
If it works in humans, anyway
Your deep core muscles aren't visible, but they could prevent chronic back pain.
AT-121 looks good on paper, but don't expect it to solve the opioid crisis any time soon.
Particulates in the air from wildfires make going outside a health risk for many Californians.
No jade eggs required.
That could be useful for people with some kinds of vision impairment
More targeted relief
The allergy aisle can be confusing.
And a heck of a lot cheaper.
Submental fat is not your enemy.
New guidelines for Americans emphasize physical activity at any level.