Anti-depressant medications have some degree of stigma, with people claiming they don’t work or that they numb the senses. But for many people, they’re a lifesaver: and a new published study seems to confirm that they indeed work.
Important news for anyone who plays sports: a new study suggests that repeated hits to the head likely cause CTE, whether a concussion was involved or not.
Moderate drinking has a complicated effect on the body. In some ways, it can be helpful, but it also may have a long-term negative effect on your brain.
George Michael’s death shows us that Cardiomyopathy and myocarditis are heart problems that can be “silent killers” – issues that occur in otherwise seemingly healthy individuals.
A recent study by the Cleveland Clinic revealed some surprising numbers – over half of men don’t even want to discuss their health.
The aches and pains of arthritis can wreak havoc on one’s life. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to get some relief from arthritis, so you can start feeling better. Below are some methods of keeping your arthritis under control:
While it is common for almost all men and women to refrain from going to the hospital for routine checkups, it is known that men seem to follow this pattern more than women.