Articles for Tag: "study"
There are right and wrong ways to engage friends and loved ones about their struggles.
Who flosses most frequently? What’s the best technique? And the big question: Are you flossing every day?
Conventional wisdom goes that the first born is responsible, ambitious and often bossy, while the youngest is the life of the party. But is it true?
The Chinese medicine has been known to help chronic pain and even the common cold. But what about a colicky baby?
One study examines end of life priorities and the 11 most important factors for dying ‘well.’
New research shows a nutrition program could pay big dividends, both improving care and cutting costs.
Even without total recall, early life experiences can influence cognition and behavior into adulthood.