If you're a woman, I have important news for you. Researchers in Kentucky have determined that you could have a dangerous deficiency. And they want to make sure it's corrected right away.
Oh wait a second. No, no--this is just another mainstream "alert" to get you on more drugs.
Question: Is it true that once you've had kidney stones, you're more likely to get them again? There's no way I want to go through that again! Is there any way to keep them from coming back?
Listen to the marketing hype, and you'd think weight-loss surgery is as simple as "fat today... thin tomorrow."
Did your mother ever tell you when you were growing up that you should eat your fish because it was brain food?
I know mine sure did. And if yours did too, well, then apparently we both owe Mom a great big thank you. It turn's out she was, indeed, onto something.
Once again, drug researchers are trying to get you to play "Let's Pretend."
In this case, they're hoping to convince you that a drug used by type 2 diabetics might help prevent cancer -- even in non-diabetics.
"Prehypertension" is a name that sounds like it was invented to scare patients -- and it's definitely succeeded.
All our lives, we've been told that the secret to trimming our waistlines and boosting our health is cutting out fat. The food industry has made a mint on our fear of fat with low-fat and no-fat Frankenfoods lining the shelves of every grocery store.
Question: My teeth are so sensitive, I can barely eat. But my dentist says there aren't any problems with my gums or roots, and I don't have any cavities. What could be causing this?
The most dangerous chemicals in your house aren't in your garage or basement -- they're flowing freely right from your kitchen sink.
I'll admit it. I like a good old-fashioned Sci-Fi flick as much as the next guy and one of my all-time favorites is the 1957 classic "The Incredible Shrinking Man."