Ask Well: Why Do Muscles Ache a Day or Two After Exercise?Researchers remain puzzled about what cellular reactions cause the delayed pain sometimes caused by exercise, known as delayed onset muscle soreness, and there is controversy about how best to treat it.
The Weekly Health Quiz: The Ambivalent Marriage, Sugar and Grass-Fed BeefTest your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Ask Well: Ugly ToenailsAre cracked toenails an inevitable part of aging?
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The ‘Mall-ification’ of Medical CareRetail health clinics have exploded over the last 10 years, and now it seems like every other big box store, supermarket and shopping mall has its own clinic.
A Grim Breast Cancer Milestone for Black WomenFor the first time the incidence of breast cancer among black women is equal to that of white women, the American Cancer Society reports.
Ask Well: Is it Safe to Eat Moldy Bread?Mold has long threadlike roots that invade the food — so best to toss that moldy bread.
Planning a Wedding When a Parent Is IllAfter learning her mother had advanced lung cancer, a 28-year-old woman and her partner grew closer to each other through their roles as caregivers.
Don’t Blame It on Birth OrderA new study found that while birth order may have a slight effect on intelligence, it had no effect on personality.
Pre-eclampsia Tied to Heart Defects in NewbornsDefects in all parts of the heart were more common among newborns whose mothers had pre-eclampsia, a frequent complication of pregnancy.