About two decades ago, a woman knocked on the door of Paul Hewitt, a clinical psychologist based in Vancouver, Canada. Outwardly, Anita — the pseudonym given in Hewitt’s new book — had everything meticulously
Research is still in the early stages, but the results are promising. This story was originally featured on Allure.com on April 3, 2017. It was updated on August 31, 2018 to reflect new findings. Sometimes
The study, published Monday in Pediatrics, is believed to be the first of its kind showing that flu vaccination significantly reduced a child’s risk of dying from influenza, the CDC said. “These results
People should take statins regardless of how healthy and active they are, leading US experts have said. Researchers say taking the daily medication protects against stroke and heart attacks no matter low
Here's the surprising way sugar led to our lung cancer epidemic New York Times best-selling author, Gary Taubes, explores the many reasons sugar should be avoided in his new book, "The Case Against Sugar."
Tuesday 1 p.m.: The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says in a new report that repealing major parts of Obamacare without a replacement plan could lead to an additional 20-25% hike in premiums existing
The organization compares 104 variables to come up with its list, splitting those variables into nine subindexes. One of the big components of the ranking is how healthy a country's people are. Health
Republicans in Congress are taking the first of three steps necessary to repeal the Affordable Care Act: The Senate passed the budget resolution to start that process at 1 am on Thursday, and the House