Aging vegetables can be revived by cooking or simmering them with bulger and rice, writes Martha Rose Shulman.
The call from my patient’s daughter wasn’t the first time a patient or family member had revealed to me a plan for an exit strategy.
How fancy should your child’s phone be? And who should pay for it? Join the Well Book Club to talk with Ron Lieber about the cost of technology and paying for what children need versus what they want.
A study of nearly 3,000 obese women found that weight-loss surgery lowered the risk for some pregnancy complications like gestational diabetes and miscarriage.
Popcorn munching, nut cracking, joint popping — pick which sound grates on your nerves.
Sex improves in later years among long-married couples, becoming more frequent as intimacy becomes more a priority, researchers found.
A Danish study found that individuals with a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder had twice the rate of premature death than those without the disorder.
Most athletes believe high-carb diets are the best way to enhance performance. But there may be some benefits to a high-fat diet instead.
Misophonia, in which certain ordinary sounds offend or irritate the listener, presents special challenges to a primary care physician.
Mindfulness meditation helped older men and women get a good night’s sleep, a rigorous new study found.