These days, everyone’s talking about concussions. From high school athletes to weekend warriors to gridiron stars—the sum of all those bruised, beaten brains can lead to serious health issues. But what if you’re an Average Joe? Do you have to worry about the consequences of serious head trauma years, even decades, after you’ve suffered a bump on the head?
Snapshot of Blizzard 2013 damage and what you can do to dig out safely after a snow storm.
A new study shows that 35 percent of Americans report diagnosing themselves or family members online. But if your last web search shows you have Gaucher disease, can you believe the information you’re getting? What can you do to avoid a self-misdiagnosis? Follow these tips to use the Internet responsibly when searching for medical conditions.
New study may link childhood obesity to multiple sclerosis.
For the first time in decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposed sweeping food safety rules. In response to recent deadly outbreaks, the new rules would require […]
In the wake of the recent school shootings in Connecticut, questions have been raised about the connection between the shooter’s violent behavior and his diagnosis […]
Indiana University’s new app nags, tracks your progress