Factores ambientales y sociales, no solo dieta y ejercicio, factores que contribuyen con la obesidad
Los médicos deben ver lo que se come y otros factores para entender la obesidad
Delta Variant Makes It Even More Important to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine, Even if You’ve Already Had the Coronavirus
Research shows people who were previously infected with coronavirus might be susceptible to the new strains, while people who were vaccinated were more likely to be protected
25-Year-Long Study of Black Women Links Frequent Use of Lye-Based Hair Relaxers to a Higher Risk of Breast Cancer
The elevated risk for the heaviest users of lye-based hair products – which included about 20% of study participants – is concerning
Mindfulness in the U.S. is frequently offered simply as a tool for focusing attention and improving well-being, a conception of mindfulness some critics have referred to as "McMindfulness"
Benjamin Franklin’s Fight Against a Deadly Virus: Colonial America Was Divided Over Smallpox Inoculation, but He Championed Science to Skeptics
The varying responses to a deadly smallpox outbreak 300 years ago provide an eerily prescient object lesson for today's world, similarly devastated by a virus and divided over vaccination
Each side is just as likely to play mental gymnastics when it comes to justifying their bad behavior
Conversion Therapy Is Discredited and Increases Risk of Suicide – yet Fewer Than Half of US States Have Bans in Place
Conversion therapy, or the practice of attempting to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity, is based on an outdated and incorrect notion that such identities are a choice that can be changed
Flawed Data Led to Findings of a Connection Between Time Spent on Devices and Mental Health Problems – New Research
When it comes to mental health, is digital technology a culprit or scapegoat?
The history of trans youth offers some of the most compelling proof that trans kids aren't some sort of new phenomenon