Although both Vitamin D and fish oil drugs have gained popularity recently, a massive study found that healthy people who take the supplements do not lower cancer rates nor do they reduce the rate of major cardiovascular events.
Young people who went to war 100 years ago often died from what are now preventable childhood diseases. We can try to keep today’s children a little safer.
Despite health insurance, terminally ill patients have to hunt around the world and on the internet for ways to stay alive.
One hundred years after the end of World War I, the Army Corps of Engineers is still cleaning up the relics of experiments that helped develop chemical weapons to counter the Germans’ gas attacks.
We’re asking readers to tell us what stereotypes they have observed around military service and PTSD and how they challenge them.
Women fed soy-based formula as babies were more likely to have severe menstrual pain as adults.
Nevada became the 10th state to eliminate the so-called tampon tax, freeing consumers of sales tax when buying tampons and sanitary pads.
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