Although patients typically don’t overhear it, a surprising amount of backstage joking goes on in hospitals — and the humor can be dark. Doctors and nurses may refer to dying patients as...
From Power Panties shorts, to CrossFit compression tops, running tights for men and modern-made corsets, there is a huge market for clothes that squish, squeeze and sculpt. For some people, shimmying into shapewear is worth it for the figure-enhancing powers of Spandex, an attitude shared by Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian and Heidi Klum...
Water: We are what we drink, so here's some advice on hydrating wisely. If you live in a city, there might be pharmaceuticals in your water. The best way to tell if you are well hydrated is to check your urine.
Experts warn teens that excessive texting in the wrong position can cause a spinal injury called 'text neck'. Dean Fishman, a chiropractor in Florida, was examining an X-ray of a 17-year-old patient's neck in 2009 when he noticed something unusual. The ghostly image of her vertebral column showed a reversal of the curvature that normally appears in the cervical spine ...
Body-focused repetitive behaviors — compulsive hair-pulling, nail-biting, skin-picking, and other behaviors that target body tissues — affect an estimated 1 percent to 5 percent of the population, though some studies have found that as many as 15 percent of college students reported severe nail-biting.
New research suggests that your skin may be able to reveal much about your diet and personal habits — including some you were possibly trying to conceal.
There are many tell-tale signs you are married to a nurse. These are just a few of them. God help our poor spouses!
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Liz Di Bernardo