If you’ve been anywhere near a teen in the last year, you have probably heard about “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” (first an adorable YA book series by author Jenny Han then a break-out, beautifully shot Netflix Romcom that’s spawned one newly-released sequel and one more in the works). If you’ve yet to […]
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A new UNSW study has found that national initiatives were unsuccessful in reducing prolonged use of anti-acid medicines for gastrointestinal acid-related disorders and more targeted interventions are needed. Education campaigns to curb Australians’ widespread use of popular anti-acid medicines—linked to long-term health risks—have been insufficient, a new UNSW study published today in BMJ Quality & […]
George Tyndall, a former University of Southern California gynecologist charged with sexually assaulting patients, has surrendered his medical license, the state medical board announced Monday. Tyndall surrendered the license effective last Thursday, the board announced. His license would have expired next Jan. 31. The medical board suspended Tyndall’s license last year. It accused him of […]
When Kent Hutchison’s 70-year-old mother traveled to Colorado in 2014 to explore using marijuana to ease her chronic pain, she got different—often contradictory—advice from every dispensary she visited. Two years later, when his partner Angela Bryan asked her doctors about using cannabis to quell the side-effects from her breast cancer treatments, she was met with […]
It will have escaped no one’s attention that dementia is on the rise. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, an estimated 5.7 million adults in the United States have Alzheimer’s. Primarily due to our increasing lifespan, dementia incidence is set to keep rising. Currently, there is no cure, […]
For parents it is increasingly difficult for the use of their children’s behavior to keep in moderation. Lisa is a mother of two sons and tells of the daily battle against the Smartphone and the balancing act between contemporary education and the protection of their children. I once got written about, as that was when […]
Young adults who are educated about dietary supplements in college are more likely to use them appropriately, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University at New York. Binghamton researchers conducted an anonymous online survey of college students comparing those enrolled in the Health and Wellness Studies minor at Binghamton University with those not […]