Twenty-four hour news has put me into a state of frenzied anxiety. Can locking myself in a floatation pod help?
In many doctors’ opinions, weight loss is the only treatment for fat patients regardless of their health concerns, as though the answers to our problems are written all over our bodies. But I have the right to be fat and healthy.
Belle Gibson built an empire peddling lies about health food and cancer. We speak to the authors of a new book that uncovers the unbelievable magnitude of her fraud.
The FDA calls ozone "a toxic gas with no known useful medical application." That hasn't stopped people from selling it as a cure for everything from cancer to yeast infections.
People from various corners of Pinterest boast about the many benefits of activated charcoal—from detoxing stomachs to curing hangovers. I decided to put the new fad to the ultimate test and popped some charcoal pills.
A recent survey by the APA found that over half of American adults find the election to be a significant source of stress. We asked therapists what we can do to manage our stress, apart from digging a hole and hibernating until mid-November.
With the increasing amount of research dedicated to how holistic therapies like yoga and massage can help you overcome everything from everyday stress to PTSD, sexual assault survivors often seek out the practices for healing. But, when a single touch...
Historically, women have been expected to bear both children and the burden of preventing unwanted pregnancy. But even the most common, "safest" contraceptive methods can cause serious side effects.