Articles by Baldauf, Sarah
Supplements can interfere with medicines’ effects, posing a danger to heart patients.
At new-culture facilities, the emphasis is on respect for residents and a homelike setting.
Researchers are looking at how chemical changes can affect our DNA—and disease risk.
When there are choices, a growing number of doctors and hospitals make your preferences count.
Cheap, low-tech stress relief may also protect against depression, insomnia, and anxiety.
Research suggests the depressed brain gets a boost from that workout.
The future points to health insurance plans that provide solid coverage for just about every American.
The range of options includes cognitive behavioral therapy and brain stimulation techniques like ECT.