Jeremy Santamaria

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A cognitive scientist has devised a drug-free sleep trick for your restless mind

A cognitive scientist may have solved a familiar sleep riddle: If you struggle to fall asleep, you’re likely to keep thinking about how you can’t fall asleep, which makes it harder to fall asleep. So how do you stop thinking about your struggle to sleep?<p>Luc Beaudoin of Simon Fraser University in …

Vocabulary

Here's what the doctor who treated Jimmy Kimmel's baby wants you to know about health care

Dr. Evan Zahn has been practicing medicine for 30 years, and during that time, he says, he's treated "thousands" of newborn babies with congenital …

Los Angeles

Former Obama Administration officials blast the Republican healthcare bill that just passed the House

The American Health Care Act just passed the House of Representatives in a close vote on Tuesday.<p>The bill is the latest iteration of congressional Republicans' attempts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.<p>After the vote, members of the Obama Administration, which …

Health Care

Here Is What's In The House-Approved Health Care Bill

House Republicans approved their plan to replace the Affordable Care Act on Thursday.<p>Here's a rundown of key provisions in the American Health Care Act and what would happen if the Senate approves them and the bill becomes law.<p><b>Buying insurance</b><p>The bill would no longer require people to buy insurance …

Health Care

50 Health Issues That Count as a Pre-existing Condition

The list is long.<p>The Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which narrowly passed a vote in the House today, rolls back …

Health Care

Doctors have alarmingly high rates of depression. One reason: medical school.

Over the course of Elisabeth Poorman’s first year of medical residency, she went from crying occasionally to tearing up every single day.<p>"I couldn’t sleep even when I had time off," she said of the rapid decline in her mental health in 2013. "I didn’t really have any motivation to do anything when …