How long do you have to fast before a blood test? Can you drink water? What about black coffee? Our expert answers questions about fasting before a blood test.
Is “mind over matter” possible? When it comes to the placebo effect, it can be. Research suggests your mind can be as powerful in some cases as the treatment itself.
You forgot the bug spray and then scratched a little too hard after getting bit by a pesky mosquito. Now, you’re paying the price. Learn the signs of infected mosquito bites and what to do about them.
Experienced medical professionals weigh in on some of the most popular TikTok trends, debunking the bad ones and giving you the green light to try the safe ones.
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