Sixty-eight percent of those 65 and older take vitamin supplements. Much of what we once believed about the benefits is wrong.
Physicians grapple with the extraordinary cost of medical care in America.
To succeed in value-based care, health plans need physicians. There’s more payers can do to increase physician trust in value-based care while, at the same time, addressing physician burnout.
Some of us come into the counseling field with the assumption that people who are struggling will come to therapy with a natural inclination toward change. In reality, even when patients knows their s
Major adverse life events, such as divorce, financial hardship, or the death of a loved one, can measurably accelerate aging in the brains of middle-aged men, according to a new study published in the
Many people suffering from depression and anxiety rely on expensive medication, but often the cost of these drugs is not covered by medical aid.