The Real Link Between Breastfeeding and Preventing ObesityPediatrics

The Real Link Between Breastfeeding and Preventing Obesity

Harvard Health Blog While we know that breastfeeding has many health benefits for mothers and babies, the studies have been…

Are Carbs the Enemy? 6 Myths About CarbsNutrition

Are Carbs the Enemy? 6 Myths About Carbs

Everyone and their mom seem to have an opinion about carbohydrates. How much you should eat, when you should eat…

Stroke Rates Increasing in Those Under 55Latest News

Stroke Rates Increasing in Those Under 55

Stroke is not a disease that’s exclusive to the elderly. Fans were shocked and saddened when Luke Perry, former teen…

Concussion Care for Children and Adolescents: New RecommendationsNeurology

Concussion Care for Children and Adolescents: New Recommendations

Harvard Health Blog There has been lots of attention on concussions in youth, especially from sports, over the past few…

More Water, Fewer UTIs?Tribune

More Water, Fewer UTIs?

Harvard Health Blog All too many women recognize the signals of urinary tract infections, or UTIs: pain and burning when…

How to Pick the Best Non-Dairy MilksNutrition

How to Pick the Best Non-Dairy Milks

Hazelnut. Banana. Pea. Walnut. There are tons of non-dairy milks on the market, and they can taste radically different: creamy…

Does Your Child Really Need Supplements?Latest News

Does Your Child Really Need Supplements?

About a third of children and adolescents take dietary supplements. Parents should be cautious though, some physicians warn, because some…

Three questions your doctor will ask about your aching jointsArthritis

Three questions your doctor will ask about your aching joints

Over the years, a lot of people have come to see me about an aching knee, back, shoulder or other…

The Perils of PainFeatures

The Perils of Pain

Searching for new solutions to chronic suffering Pain — ongoing, chronic pain that plagues us day after day — can…

Metastatic Breast CancerSponsored Content

Metastatic Breast Cancer

Living with a terminal cancer that is seldom understood Chicagoan Shannon Collins was in for a shock. At age 26,…