You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade to the latest version for the best experience. Upgrade your browser now.

Fact checking those 'health' claims around spiked seltzers and hard seltzers

July 14, 2020 Updated June 11, 2021
Spiked seltzers and hard seltzers are still the drink of the summer. But is it really better for you than other kinds of alcohol?

Super “Dad” at home and in the ICU

June 10, 2021
Jason Cooke opens up about being a dad, his wife’s breast cancer journey, and caring for COVID-19 patients at the hospital.

Surgery is far from the first move in treating back pain

June 3, 2021
When it comes to back pain, surgery is the last option. Start with a next-day appointment to get the ball rolling on relief.

New study links sleep and dementia — here’s what you need to know

June 8, 2021
There's solid evidence that getting enough sleep in midlife decreases the risk of developing Alzheimer's.

Do you need a therapist? Here’s how to tell.

June 8, 2021
Therapy isn’t one size fits all, because every single human is unique, So to be successful, therapy must be highly individualized.

Latest News

Editor's Picks

Why experts recommend earlier screening for colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer is a cancer of the colon or rectum and is often referred to as one or the other.

Treating tremors: How incisionless brain surgery is changing lives

Noninvasive surgery for hand tremors offers quick relief with low risk.

Why most Americans take vaccines

Few medical innovations have done more to prevent illness and death, particularly when it comes to children.