• By Time   -   Aug 17, 2018

    SHE LOST HER CONTACT LENS 28 YEARS AGO. IT WAS STUCK IN HER EYELID THE WHOLE TIME

    When a U.K. woman went to the doctors with a swelling in her upper left eyelid , she didn't expect the cause to date back to a contact...

    Eye, medicine
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    ‘IT REOPENED SOME OLD WOUNDS.' FOR SOME SURVIVORS, RETELLING CHURCH SEX ABUSE BRINGS BACK PTSD, ANXIETY-AND CLOSURE

    For decades, Tim Lennon repressed memories of the childhood abuse he says he suffered at the hands of a priest. It wasn't until 1995,...

    Depression, Hands, healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    EATING THIS MANY CARBS IS LINKED TO A LONGER LIFE

    When it comes to carbs, your best nutrition strategy might be the oldest one in the book: moderation. That's according to a new study...

    Nutrition, Diet, healthytime, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    EPIPEN GETS ITS FIRST GENERIC RIVAL AFTER CRITICISM FOR HIGH PRICE

    EpiPen, a life-saving allergy treatment widely criticized for its high price tag, will get generic competition for the first time since...

    Injection, Food, Allergies, Injections, Drugs, allergies, Bloomberg, health, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    HOW TO USE DATING APPS WITHOUT HURTING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH, ACCORDING TO EXPERTS

    At this point, there's little dispute that dating apps work. Research has found that the quality of relationships that start online...

    healthytime, onetime, Sex, Relationships
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    IS OATMEAL HEALTHY? HERE'S WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY

    Oatmeal is a near-universally beloved breakfast. While it has historically been enjoyed across Europe, Russia and the U.S., oatmeal...

    Nutrition, Food, Diet, healthytime
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    ‘YOU HAVE A NEW IDENTITY.' PATIENTS SHARE WHAT IT'S LIKE TO RECOVER FROM A FACE TRANSPLANT

    After having more than 20 surgeries over four years, Katie Stubblefield finally has a new face. In May of last year, doctors at the...

    Face, healthytime, medicine, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 16, 2018

    HOW PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES CAN LOWER THEIR RISK OF HEALTH PROBLEMS

    A growing number of studies suggest that getting a handle on a few key risk factors can bring type 2 diabetes under control. Lowering...

    Stroke, Diabetes, Cholesterol, healthytime, medicine
  • By Time   -   Aug 15, 2018

    THIS HABIT WILL MAKE YOU BETTER AT YOUR JOB

    Imagine you're faced with a tricky task at work. What's your first reaction? If you're socially minded, perhaps you'd fire off an email...

    Face, Brain, healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime
  • Can an App Prevent Pregnancy? By Time   -   Aug 15, 2018

    CAN AN APP PREVENT PREGNANCY?

    By the time Jackie Blume was in her early 20s, like many women her age, she'd been taking the Pill every day for nearly a decade. When...

    Pregnancy, Reproductive Health
  • By Time   -   Aug 13, 2018

    THIS MAY BE THE SECRET TO FEELING YOUNGER AND LIVING LONGER

    Studies suggest that feeling younger may actually help you live to be older. Now, new research points to a way to keep that youthful...

    Aging, healthytime, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 11, 2018

    WORK EMAILS MAY BE TAKING A TOLL ON YOUR MENTAL HEALTH - AND YOUR RELATIONSHIP

    Responding to a late-night email might win you points with your boss, but it won't do you any favors at home, a new study suggests. Being...

    healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 11, 2018

    AT LEAST 72 PEOPLE GOT SICK AFTER SWIMMING AT A MINNESOTA CAMPGROUND, OFFICIALS SAY

    A Minnesota campground seems to be behind an apparent outbreak of water-borne parasitic illness, public health officials said. Minnesota...

    Nausea, Minnesota, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 11, 2018

    JURY AWARDS $289 MILLION TO MAN WHO BLAMES MONSANTO'S ROUNDUP FOR CANCER

    A jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said Monsanto's Roundup left him dying of cancer will bolster thousands...

    Lymphoma, Cancer, California, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 10, 2018

    HERE'S HOW TO BRAG WITHOUT MAKING PEOPLE HATE YOU

    Think twice before you brag about your accomplishments - and if you do, you better have the goods to back it up, a new study suggests. The...

    healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 10, 2018

    TRYING TO BE HAPPY IS MAKING YOU MISERABLE. HERE'S WHY

    The Declaration of Independence guaranteed Americans the right to pursue happiness, and we haven't stopped looking for it since. But...

    Stress, healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 9, 2018

    HERE'S WHY A DIVERSE DIET MAY NOT BE THE HEALTHIEST CHOICE

    Most healthy eating advice focuses on eating a variety of foods to ensure you're sampling from a range of different food groups. That...

    Food, Diet, Obesity, Diabetes, Nutrition, healthytime
  • There's New Hope For Preventing Alzheimer's - And It Could Be Within Your Control By Time   -   Aug 9, 2018

    THERE'S NEW HOPE FOR PREVENTING ALZHEIMER'S - AND IT COULD BE WITHIN YOUR CONTROL

    Margaret Daffodil Graham tries to live a healthy life, particularly since she has a health issue that requires constant attention....

    Stroke, Hypertension, Hospital, Alzheimer, Aging, Alzheimer's, Research
  • By Time   -   Aug 9, 2018

    WEARING BOXERS MAY BE BETTER FOR YOUR SPERM COUNT, STUDY SAYS

    Boxers or briefs? Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have new findings that may help settle the debate. Men...

    Nutrition, Child, Hospital, Infertility, healthytime, Innovation Health, onetime
  • By Time   -   Aug 9, 2018

    EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR YOUR MENTAL HEALTH-BUT ONLY TO A POINT

    Given the many benefits of exercise - ranging from physical fitness and chronic disease prevention to improved mood - it may seem logical...

    Depression, healthytime, Mental Health, Psychology, onetime