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Maybe Smoke Got in Their Eyes Aug. 05, 2020

Wellnews

For more than a decade, tobacco companies have been compelled to sponsor antismoking advertising cam... Read More

Science Is Our Salvation. Those Who Demean It Should Be Sidelined. Jul. 31, 2020

Daily Editorials

The resurgence of coronavirus infections around the U.S. is a tragedy, but not a surprise. Doctors f... Read More

Monkey See, Humans Do Jul. 29, 2020

Wellnews

Humans and monkeys share about 93 percent of their DNA. We think a lot alike as well. In experiments... Read More

Broccoli Be Gone Jul. 08, 2020

Wellnews

A study published in Pediatrics says parental demands that kids eat all their vegetables or parents'... Read More

Herpes and Alzheimer's Jul. 01, 2020

Wellnews

New findings in a lab model of the herpes simplex virus HSV-1 suggest it might cause Alzheimer's dis... Read More

Heat Goes for the Heart May. 27, 2020

Wellnews

As global temperatures rise due to climate change, so, too, will cardiovascular-related deaths, acco... Read More

17 Tips to Keep Babies and Pets Safe May. 26, 2020

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

My fiance and I have five pairs of chickens, four sons, three cats and two dogs. Our sons are teens,... Read More

See Veterinarian for Pet's Red or Cloudy Eye May. 14, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: My cat was diagnosed with uveitis after I noticed that the iris of one eye had turned red, its pu... Read More

5 Top Tips for Bumps and Bruises May. 05, 2020

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

Even while so many of us are staying safer at home, bumps and bruises still happen. I remember when ... Read More

Leave Wild Baby Bunnies Alone Apr. 23, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: While I was picking up sticks in the yard prior to mowing, I found two baby rabbits sitting in a ... Read More

Skunk Remedies Safe for Puppy Apr. 16, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: My puppy, Cooper, got skunked today. Is skunk gunk toxic to puppies? Also, please recommend a saf... Read More

Sterilized Dogs Live Longer Apr. 02, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: Should we neuter Max, our 3-year-old Jack Russell terrier? Our veterinarian described the behavio... Read More

New Medicare Policy Is a Medical Breakthrough That's Long Overdue Mar. 25, 2020

Daily Editorials

Telemedicine and older patients were made for each other. The inconvenience and infection risk assoc... Read More

Germinal Idea Mar. 11, 2020

Wellnews

In the United Kingdom, ethicists are debating whether to allow men to volunteer to posthumously dona... Read More

February 29, 2020 Feb. 29, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I was diagnosed with kidney disease as a child and started dialysis at age 11. Because I... Read More

Shielding Against Brain Trauma Needs To Be a Societal Goal Feb. 28, 2020

C Force

I'm just guessing, but I imagine it would be hard to find a top expert in health or science who woul... Read More

No Time for Downtime Anymore Feb. 21, 2020

C Force

This past Monday was Presidents Day, a designated federal holiday where offices and many government ... Read More

Fat Got Your Tongue? Feb. 19, 2020

Wellnews

A study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine reports that for many Amer... Read More

8 Top Tips to Fight Viruses -- Yes, Even Coronavirus Feb. 18, 2020

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

I've always been a worrier. It will surprise no one who knows me that I'm nervous about coronavirus.... Read More

Time to Give Coffee a Break Feb. 14, 2020

C Force

With the threat posed by the coronavirus outbreak dominating the news — as it rightly should &... Read More