Your Health

Why Daylight Saving Time Is Unhealthy – a Neurologist Explains

Moving our clocks ahead each March is connected with serious negative health effects

Self-Care & Mental Health

8 Foods to Eat for Healthy Bones

Eating foods rich in calcium and vitamin D can help keep your bones healthy and possibly lower your risk of osteoporosis

Conditions & Treatments

7 Ways to Prevent Bone Loss

You’re never too young to take steps to keep your bones strong and health

Conditions & Treatments

The Sex of Your Cells Matters When It Comes to Heart Disease

Sex and gender disparities in cardiovascular disease are rampant

Conditions & Treatments

It Feels Surreal When Covid Hits — but It’s Very Real

What it was like to have Covid-19 with Crohn’s and three young children

Real Women, Real Stories

Navigating Obesity and Stress Two Years Into the Covid-19 Pandemic

Watch this video with Dr. Chao to learn information on how to manage your stress, manage your weight and prioritize your mental health.

Your Wellness

HIV Preventive Care Is Supposed to Be Free in the US. So, Why Are Some Patients Still Paying?

Even as medication costs have decreased, lab tests and other services are still being billed. Many patients are unaware they don’t have to pay.

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