Right Now in Health
Ugh, the morning after the night before! Should you drink some coffee, lots of water or more liquor? Or have some bacon and eggs? There are lots of "remedies" out there for hangovers, most of which are useless.
Allergy symptoms like itchy, watery eyes aren't any fun to deal with. Could you be causing your own pain with certain patterns of behavior?
There is growing concern over a possible link between soy and certain types of cancer. Could these potential risks outweigh the benefits of eating tofu?
Two thousand years ago, Hippocrates pointed out that diseases affect everyone differently. Fueled by that philosophy, today's scientists and physicians are using personalized medicine to treat the most common to the most complex conditions.
10 Myths About Hangovers
Can you make yourself have an allergy?
Can I get cancer from eating tofu?
How Personalized Medicine Works
- Diseases & Conditions
- Health Insurance
- Human Body
- Love & Relationships
- Mental Health
- Pregnancy & Parenting
- Sexual Health
- Skin Care
Boogers are more than an annoyance. Your body makes them for a very specific purpose — and it's not to gross out other people.
There's a difference between simply living to extreme old age and living a healthy lifestyle at age 100 or beyond. Researchers continue to look for patterns in the habits of people who make it into a second century of life. So how can you get there?