The heart gets all the attention, but the brain plays a big role in creating feelings of attraction and other emotions, a neuroscientists says.
This holiday travel season is forecast to be one of the busiest since AAA began keeping track in 2000, with more
With COVID rates rising, along with RSV and the flu, health officials are again urging caution. Infectious-diseases specialists offer tips.
For many people, the holiday season means reunions with loved ones, but it also can exacerbate feelings of loneliness among those who have experienced loss. Dr.
More people die from heart attacks between Dec. 25 and Jan.
In most cases, daytime is the best time for us to eat, says Dr.
Judy Simon, a dietitian-nutritionist at University of Washington Medical Center, says that following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s
Omicron has become the dominant strain of COVID-19 throughout King County, according to Harborview Medical Center's medical director for infection prevention and control, Dr.
Counting the number of bites you take while enjoying holiday treats may seem like too simple a solution to overeating, but the strategy can help you enjoy tasty nostalgia in a healthy way.
Getting through the holidays without adding weight can challenge anyone. For people with diabetes, carbs can be an issue.