US doctor group calls for ban on drug advertising to consumers
The American Medical Association on Tuesday called for a ban on advertising prescription drugs and medical devices directly to consumers, saying...
Well: Coffee Tied to Lower Risk of Dying
More good news on coffee: A large study has found that drinking coffee is associated with a reduced risk of dying.
Europe could recommend second biosimilar arthritis drug this week
Europe could soon gain a second biosimilar antibody drug for rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases, with regulators due to decide by...
How science may help humans live longer and with less disease
Researchers are now discovering ways to slow down disease and extend the human health span. Dr. Manny sits down with renowned scientist Dr. Nir...
Well: Brawn and Brains
Sturdy legs could mean healthy brains, according to a new study of British twins.
Well: Tai Chi vs. Psychotherapy for Better Sleep and More
A new study has shown that both cognitive behavioral therapy and tai chi may reduce both insomnia and inflammation.
The 3 cancers doctors miss most, plus 4 other commonly misdiagnosed conditions
Dizziness, sweating and nausea may sound like the flu, but those symptoms also could be signs of a heart attack.
Cure your headache with this simple exercise routine
A jog a day could keep your headaches at bay: Regular cardio workouts may prevent migraines, a growing body of research suggests.
Well: Federal Officials Target Dietary Supplement Makers
A yearlong federal investigation into the dietary supplement industry has resulted in a crackdown on more than 100 companies accused of selling...
Radiation Blasts Leave Most Earth-Like Planet Uninhabitable, New Research Suggests
The most Earth-like planet could have been made uninhabitable by vast quantities of radiation, new research led by the University of Warwick...
Well: Pumpkin Ravioli With Sage Walnut Pumpkin Butter
Pumpkin ravioli is easy to make and can be frozen and reheated on Thanksgiving day.
Well: Whooping Cough in Infants Tied to Epilepsy Risk
Whooping cough is associated with an increased risk for childhood epilepsy, a new study has found. The findings underscore the importance of...