At 40, he was desperately embarrassed by his overprotective mother. Until a playful deal paved the way for a healthy set of boundaries.
Most older cancer patients received invasive care in the last month of their lives, a new study finds. That may not be what they wanted.
Despite a wave of new research around cancer treatment and sexual health, women say their issues are still being dismissed. Here’s how and where to get help.
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New research shows that the UV light in nail lamps could be harmful to your health, but you may not need to cancel your next appointment.
A wave of new treatments have cured devastating diseases. When the costs are too much, even for the insured, patients hunt for other ways to pay.
A top research group is urging even women without genetic risks to have their fallopian tubes removed under certain circumstances.
You may want to extend that Dry January: Even moderate drinking can impact your long-term health, experts say. Here’s what you need to know about alcohol’s effect on your body.
Recent research makes it clear that any amount of drinking can be detrimental. Here’s why you may want to cut down on your consumption beyond Dry January.
An M.R.I. ruled out the most common cause of sciatica. Then her rheumatologist asked about her asthma.