Living in Green Areas May Lead to a Longer Life
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that women residing in greener areas have a lower mortality rate.
The Hippocratic Oath: Our Devotion to the Science & Art of Medicine
"I uphold this Oath to preserve the finest traditions of my calling, and may I experience the joy of healing those who seek my help."
How to Create an Ergonomic Workstation
Tips for creating an ergonomic workstation to increase comfort, avoid injury, and maximize productivity.
Dietary Supplements: VITAL Research Delves into Potential Benefits
The main purpose of dietary supplements is to treat deficiencies of vitamins and minerals or to prevent such deficiencies.
East Meets West, Through Research
Understanding the mechanisms that drive the effectiveness of alternative treatments relies on research that expands our knowledge of basic biological processes.
Therapeutic Massage for Pain Relief
Therapeutic massage techniques can be used to treat a variety of medical conditions.
Better Sitting Posture for Better Health
There's no one position that will be comfortable for everyone over a prolonged period of sitting, but there are some steps you can take to avoid strain and pain.
3 Key Steps to Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions
New Year's resolutions are the most anticipated promises of the year but also the most difficult to keep. Follow these steps to ensure success.
Want to Meditate? The REAL Reasons You're Having Trouble
How to incorporate meditation into your life and ways to work through the common barriers.
Treating the Whole Person with Integrative Medicine
Research shows that many areas of integrative medicine, including acupuncture, chiropractic care and therapeutic massage offer significant benefits for a wide range of medical conditions.
Is Home Genetic Testing Right for You?
Genetic counselor Elizabeth Fieg, MS, CGC, shares what health information-seekers can expect from at-home DNA test kits.
How to Reduce Exposure to Hidden Hormones
Many common personal care products contain hormone-disrupting chemicals known as endocrine disruptors, such as phthalates and phenols, that have been associated with health problems, including early menarche, preterm birth, diabetes, and cancer.
Nationwide Research Program Seeks Help from All of Us
The All of Us Research Program helps researchers learn how individual lifestyle, environmental and genetic factors work together to affect our health so that all of us can learn how to prevent and treat disease.