The environmental advocate warned about excessive use of pesticides.
Major changes to health policy will require new legislation, not an executive order.
Nine governors visiting Capitol Hill criticized the Obama administration as too rigid, but many also urged lawmakers not to repeal the health law without a replacement.
By NICHOLAS BAKALAR January 19, 2017 Many adults who believe they have asthma actually may not. Using random dialing, Canadian researchers recruited 613 men and women who had been given a diagnosis of asthma within the past five years. Then over four visits they gave them a series of drug challenges and spirometry, a… Continue reading
A recent report suggests that society’s reliance on a volunteer army of family helpers — largely taken for granted — is unsustainable.
Exposing young eyes to sunlight may be the best way to counter the worldwide increase in nearsightedness.
By NICHOLAS BAKALAR January 19, 2017 Planning a sunny escape? Staying under a beach umbrella may not be enough to prevent sunburn. Researchers conducted an experiment in Lakeville, Tex., in August 2014, assigning 81 men and women with skin highly sensitive to burning to spend three and a half hours on a sunny beach… Continue reading
A morning tea ritual to cure what ails you.
Communication between doctor and patient is one of the best treatment tools we have. And we’re not using it.
To keep infections at bay, we need to fix the broken antibiotic business model.