With so much misinformation floating around regarding head injuries, Dr. Momjian sets the record straight about the risk of concussions, TBIs, and more.
A new study suggests that teenagers who get less than the recommended amount of sleep also tend to engage in other risky or self-harming behavior.
Problems with healthcare and medical billing in the US continue to mount, as a new study indicates that as many as 80% of hospital bills may have errors.
If you’re new to being a vegetarian, don’t pat yourself on the back too quickly for being healthy. Plenty of junk food is vegetarian (and even vegan)!
The internet and social media are full of bad ideas and fads surrounding common household items. The latest? Trying to get high on the spice nutmeg.
Americans eat way too much salt, and it’s taking years off our lives. So what is a ‘salt detox,’ and why are people having trouble cutting out sodium?
More and more, researchers are starting to believe that the food and drink you put in your body can directly affect mental health issues like anxiety.
Flip-flops feel good in hot weather, but they weren’t exactly designed with foot health in mind. Are you doing permanent foot damage by wearing them?
Sticking with one main primary care doctor doesn’t just make good financial sense — according to a new study, it might actually reduce risk of early death.
With LA’s intense heat, many of us are headed to the pool or ocean to cool off. Make sure you know how to stay safe when hitting the water this summer!