My friend’s chemo treatment caused him to lose his hair temporarily. His formerly straight hair is now curly. Is this normal?
With gene-editing technology, the possibilities are staggering
An advancement in gene editing technology is transforming medicine in the lab and the clinic. Where could this technology lead?
Bodywork: Time to put over-the-counter cold medicines on ice?
Last week, we talked about nutrition when you have a cold or other respiratory virus. But what about treatments? How well do over-the-counter medicines work, especially when it comes to relieving stuffiness and congestion?
Bodywork: Should you feed a cold and starve a fever?
With the many respiratory viruses going around, I’m reminded of an old adage: Feed a cold and starve a fever. Does this time-worn advice hold true?
Bodywork: New year, old diet?
Every new year, one of my fiancée’s resolutions is to eat more broccoli. If I were to make some dietary resolutions for 2023, what would you recommend?
What medical research has to say about Santa
The growing body of scholarly research about the red-coated reindeer owner goes a long way to answering one of history’s most enduring questions.