LDL cholesterol – the so-called “bad” cholesterol – is known to narrow arteries, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. It’s also now suspected of contributing to venous thromboembolism, new research suggests. The preliminary
Baby fever! Kylie Jenner’s friends wouldn’t be shocked if the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star announced soon that she and Travis Scott are expecting their second child. “Kylie definitely wants more children,” a source tells
Q: Ruth and I are coming up for our 10th wedding anniversary. We have two great kids (8 and 5), we both work, have a nice home, and should be happy together, but we’re not.
Although a woman’s use of the HIV drug dolutegravir at conception may increase the risk of often-fatal neural tube defects in her child, a new study suggests that the risk may be offset by the
A sizeable number of Canadian adults are either in or would like to be in an open relationship, suggests new research from the University of British Columbia. That’s one of the key findings of a
(HealthDay)—Varied study design and methodology make it difficult to assess real-world trends in adherence and persistence in use of biologics among U.S. adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a review published online March
Gender, sexual orientation, and the desire to form lasting romantic relationships appear to influence sexual risk-taking among young adults, according to a new research published in the Journal of Sex Research. As far as the
It always gets me thinking, “What medications could this leprechaun be taking that turn his pee green?” So if, like me, you’re wondering, here is the definitive guide to things that turn your urine green.
For most infections, the long-standing advice is to take a full course of antibiotics. The rationale for not simply stopping antibiotics as soon as you start to feel better is that antibiotics don’t kill the
Everybody knows that somebody—or maybe you are that somebody—who freaks out about every new bump or blemish, convinced that it’s some harbinger of deadly disease. Of course, it’s usually not, but it’s always better to