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Physician Katherine Rose, MD, offers tips for talking about mental health with your primary care doctor.
In addition to protecting against heart disease, the Mediterranean diet may have benefits for preventing depression.
Parents often text and drive, according to new research from the Brigham.
Cardiologist Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, explains the four health stats to know, achieve, and maintain for optimal health.
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What happened when CNBC journalist Meg Tirrell had her whole genome sequenced.
Genetic counselor Elizabeth Fieg, MS, CGC, shares what health information-seekers can expect from at-home DNA test kits.
BWH scientists push back on overestimated antibiotic allergies.
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BWFH allergist Margee Louisias, MD, MPH, weighs in on the top misunderstandings about environmental allergies.
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New research from BWH hints certain interventions may be equally or more effective than statin medications for cholesterol.
A six-hour flight from Boston to London can cause worse jet lag than flying nearly the same distance from Boston to Los Angeles.
Waking up on a chilly winter morning seems to aggravate chronic joint pain associated with arthritis.
BWH investigators discovered a greater intake of nuts was associated with lower levels of inflammation.