Right Now in Health
Cheese never ceases to be amazing: You can set it on fire, store it in a bank or consume it with some complementary maggots. And that's just one of the foods on our list.
Oh, you can't regrow your own limbs like a starfish? You may soon be able to. That's the promise of regenerative medicine, at least, a field that seeks to help you replace and regenerate your own body parts.
A study found that antibiotic prescriptions as we know them are no match for the replicative power of drug-resistant bacteria -- and that combining them can actually make things much worse.
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For meat-eaters, it's not quite summer until the steaks hit the grill. But how can you keep the coals blazing all summer long without increasing your risk of heart disease and cancer?
If you're over 50 and have high blood pressure or poor circulation, you're at risk of developing stasis dermatitis, a disorder that causes swollen legs and ulcers. But how can you avoid it?