Articles in Prevention & Treatment

CHRIS BUZELLI
From scurvy-ridden sailors to civilian hens, the discovery of vitamins has been a series of medical...
A psychologist investigates weight gain and metabolic changes…
This is the final report in our four-part series on the cutting edge of research for treating and...
A Q&A with two best-in-class scientific researchers…
A new look at the problems of metastasis…
A premier medical oncologist delves into the “molecular why”…
The Longevity Lifestyle Geriatric psychiatrist Gary Small, MD, director of the UCLA Longevity...
New therapies harness the body’s own horsepower to beat cancer...
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Three experts weigh the incredible possibilities and potential pitfalls of tinkering with genetics...
Nearly all adults are at risk for cardiovascular disease, so medicine's top minds have found...
On finding an objective way to cherry-pick the best doctors and hospitals...
As a man ages, he is more likely to look at travel experiences as a series of restroom stops...
Several treatments are on the cusp of FDA approval…
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A Q & A with Garen and Brandon Staglin
New research points to superior survival rates at larger hospitals…
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Allergy drops may be a less painful alternative for people who are unable to comply with allergy...
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A ductal carcinoma in situ diagnosis can spur premature action, so should it still be called cancer...
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Boxing Biomechanics Study Researchers from the Center for Spine Health’s Spine Research Laboratory...
Most patients suffering from a kidney stone attack visit their primary care physician (PCP) or the...
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a significant stressor for even the most resilient individuals....

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