She was admitted to Stanford with a full scholarship. Now, the struggle to fund the caregivers she needs to leave home is proving her toughest battle yet.
Will surprise billing proposals being debated in Congress really affect Medicaid and these patients — “shredding the safety net,” as opponents claim?
Hydration, rest and finding a cool environment are the keys to preventing heat stroke.
Alcohol-free spaces offer social connection without peer pressure to drink.
In many other parts of the world counterfeit or “illegal” alcohol is common and a growing public health concern.
If you want to exercise more, start viewing yourself as an exerciser. Imagine yourself as fit. Fake it until you make it. Walk the walk
Those who respond most strongly see improvements of around 16%, that’s unusual. For the average person, improvements will likely be between about 2% and 6%.
California is investigating at least four physicians for issuing questionable medical exemptions to children whose parents did not want them immunized.
The experience of having periods varies between women. They can be light and completely painless for some, but completely debilitating for others.
California is the first state in the nation to require anyone buying ammunition to go through a background check at the time of each purchase.
One solution would be to require uniform prices by all providers to all purchasers.
A quarter of adults over 50 take a supplement for brain health. But a new study suggests seniors should spend their money elsewhere. The supplements don’t work.
After motor vehicle accidents, firearm injuries second leading cause of death for US children and teens.
Washington state will employ a new 0.58% payroll tax to fund a $36,500 benefit for individuals to pay for home health care and other services.
Your smart bed, mattress pad or sleep app, may know when you go to sleep, when you toss and turn, and It may even be able to tell when you’re having sex.