Along with exacerbating existing health problems, the pandemic has caused a host of new medical issues in patients
Nearly 60 Million Americans Don’t Drink Their Tap Water, Research Suggests – Here’s Why That’s a Public Health Problem
People who don't trust their tap water shift to more expensive and often less healthy options, like bottled water or sugary drinks
The pause is due to reports of blood clotting in six people (out of 6.8 million doses) who have received the vaccine.
Experts point to women's roles as caregivers and their greater likelihood to seek out preventive health care in general as contributing factors
People eligible for the coronavirus vaccine are running up against barriers that are designed into the very systems meant to serve those most at risk of dying of the disease.
Vaccine trials are just getting started for younger children. Here's what you need to know.
Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
What do you need to know about diabetes and heart disease? Dr. Nieca Goldberg suggests questions to ask if you have either or both conditions.
The way Americans emerged from the 1918 influenza pandemic could suggest what post-pandemic life will be like this time around.
Staying Active Throughout Adulthood Is Linked to Lower Healthcare Costs in Later Life – New Research
Not only does exercise keep us healthy, it can lower healthcare costs by 10% to 22%
11 Mar 2021Nutrition & Movement