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Can Acupuncture Really Work? Apr. 14, 2021

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I have some pain in my back, and it has persisted even after many in-depth treatments f... Read More

Those Lyin' Eyes Mar. 24, 2021


The Eagles may have been singing about something else, but new research suggests that eyes are not n... Read More

Looking up From a Lockdown Mar. 17, 2021


Pandemic-related lockdowns have become associated with a host of personal and social ills, from lone... Read More

Cancer and the Heart Feb. 17, 2021


For patients who survive cancer, there may be lingering, unsuspected repercussions. New data from th... Read More

I Have Persistent Headaches! Feb. 13, 2021

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm 14 years old and healthy, but I do have a concern because I have been getting horri... Read More

Lifestyle Medicines as a Pathway to Pandemic Recovery Feb. 12, 2021

C Force

Though new coronavirus cases are reported to be on the decline in the United States following the de... Read More

Oxygen Bias Jan. 27, 2021


Pulse oximeters are devices clipped painlessly onto fingers to externally measure blood oxygen level... Read More

I'm Too Young to Have Hair Loss! Jan. 26, 2021

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm only 20, but I have experienced severe hair loss for the past year-and-a-half, and ... Read More

Surgery and Birthdays Don't Mix Jan. 20, 2021


A recent study found that older patients who underwent surgical procedures on a surgeon's birthday w... Read More

Leftists Hijacking Vaccination Rollout Dec. 22, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

You were warned about this first in July. Now, it's happening. On Sunday, the federal Advisory Commi... Read More

Next, a Mumps in the Road Dec. 16, 2020


Measles is making a recovery, which is a bad thing. The number of measles cases in the world grew to... Read More

Why Don't You Have Health Insurance? Nov. 18, 2020


Lack of affordability is the biggest reason why adults in the U.S. don't have health insurance, acco... Read More

Treat Cat to Outdoor Adventure With Cat-Safe Enclosure Oct. 22, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: Monty, our indoor cat, often tries to escape from the house. We know he's safer inside, where he ... Read More

Portrait of a Heavy Drinker Sep. 09, 2020


Two-thirds of U.S. adults reported consuming alcohol in 2018. Five percent were defined as "heavy dr... Read More

Opioid Deaths Up but Prescriptions Down Aug. 26, 2020


Fatal opioid overdoses were up in 2019, reaching a record high of 70,980 deaths. That's worrisome be... Read More

Maybe Smoke Got in Their Eyes Aug. 05, 2020


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


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


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


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