Perhaps surprisingly, it’s possible to get swimmer’s ear without a dip in the pool, lake or ocean. Two doctors explain what this painful infection is and how to get rid of it.
Author - Joseph Smith
Psychotherapy is not one size fits all. From behavioral to gestalt therapies, which approach will work best for you depends on your needs and goals.
What Supreme Court’s block of vaccine mandate for large businesses will mean for public health: 4 questions answered
A legal scholar explains what the ruling means for other vaccine mandates and the government’s ability to protect public health.
The US is taking a bite out of its food insecurity – here’s one way to scrap the problem altogether
An economist explains what it would cost to give SNAP benefits to all Americans in households earning up to about $100,000 per year – and why it would be worth it.
For premature infants who can't breastfeed on their own, "mother's own milk" (MOM) is by far the best nutrition. There's an urgent need for effective ways to increase the relatively low rates of MOM feeding for preterm infants...
Domestic air travel does not appear to have been an important vector for the spread of COVID-19 in the US, study suggests
People are ready to travel, but health officials are advising against air travel. A recent study offers a surprising finding about whether planes spread COVID-19 from US hot spots last year.
What are emergency use authorizations, and do they guarantee that a vaccine or drug is safe?
The vaccines that will first be used to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will have gone through a special approval process with the FDA. but just what is this expedited process?
Allergen-depleted, anti-inflammatory fragrance can be used in moisturizers for dry skin sufferers
Researchers have developed a novel allergen-depleted and anti-inflammatory fragrance that can be used in moisturizers for people with extremely dry, xerotic skin. Beiersdorf researchers in Germany report the results of two tests...
The long-term effects of obesity have been well documented, but immediate effects have not been as evident. The coronavirus is changing all that, as those with obesity seem particularly vulnerable.
After shutting down in the spring, America’s empty gyms are beckoning a cautious public back for a workout. To reassure wary customers, owners have put in place — and now advertise — a variety of coronavirus control...