Research suggests that the right mix of exercises can stave off undesirable consequences from being weightless in space - or inactive for long hours on...
In this week’s edition of The People’s Pharmacy, a message about the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, a question about sleep and more.
Certainly, eating so many sweets that you feel sick is uncomfortable and distressing. But it’s really the canary in the coal mine, writes Carrie Dennett.
"In everyday life, we seem to not fully realize the magnitude of the impact that we're having on other people," one researcher says.
In this edition of The People’s Pharmacy, an emergency room visit for serotonin syndrome and a question about a neuropathy and sleep.
Sugar alcohols can sweeten food and drinks without adding many calories and carbohydrates. They have their uses. But overdo it and you'll feel the consequences.
When someone gets a diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes, the first advice they’ll probably receive is to lose weight. But is that the only option?
In this edition of The People’s Pharmacy, a question from a retired nurse who is desperate for pain relief and a question about levothyroxine.
The findings are important because apnea is one of the most common causes of bad sleep, affecting an estimated 1 in 5 people worldwide.
Bringing some mindfulness to Thanksgiving can help you dial up the joy while turning down the volume on stressful or judgmental thoughts about your eating.