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The survival of bees is critical for the world’s food supply. But is their food – honey – beneficial for humans, too?
Running doesn’t cause arthritis, but it can cause other problems. Northwestern Medicine physicians discuss knee pain and how to treat it.
Sunburn, the skin’s response to too much UV light, affects three million people a year in the U.S. Find out what symptoms should trigger a visit to your physician.
Water safety tips every parent should know.
Heart-healthy activities can be fun for the whole family. Here’s a to-do list you’ll actually enjoy finishing, with a little help from Northwestern Medicine.
Beach towel. Goggles. Sandbox. Find out what summer staples are breeding grounds for germs and how to protect yourself.
Relax with a good book. Our physicians recommend it.
Find out how to stay active when the weather keeps you indoors with the fast answer from Northwestern Medicine orthopaedic surgeon, Matthew D. Jones, MD.
Jet lag has been shown to impair the performance of major league baseball players, especially when the travel involves multiple time zones.