Health

Wearables and sleep: what can they really tell us? – Harvard Health Blog

Smart devices are everywhere, including wrist-based monitors. These wearables promise to count our steps, remind us to move and offer insight into our sleep....

A low-tech school holiday: keeping children busy and happy without screens – Harvard Health Blog

As we approach the holiday season, parents, along with trying to keep track of holiday events, parties, and gifts, need to think about what...

Men’s finalists in January 2020. Help us give away $125,000!

Only a year ago, these 20 men were inspired to make a change. To eat healthier, exercise better, and become stronger. Now, after 12...

Infertility: grandparents are waiting – Harvard Health Blog

"Do you have grandchildren?" This seems like a simple question and a fitting question for women and men of a certain age. However, for...

Finalists Ladies 2020. Help us give away $ 125,000!

Only a year ago these 20 women felt frustrated. They were inspired to eat healthier, exercise better and feel stronger . but they...

Lasmiditan: new first-class drug treatment approved for migraine – Harvard Health Blog

Migraine is a huge medical problem, accounting for half the handicap caused by all neurological disorders worldwide. The drug sumatriptan (Imitrex) is known for...

Problems with crossword puzzles? Improve your semantic memory – Harvard Health Blog

Can you distinguish the taste of a red wine from a rosé? What about the appearance of a muscle car from the 60s versus...

Medications as effective as stents for most with coronary artery disease – Harvard Health Blog

What is the best way to treat a patient with a stable coronary artery disease (CAD)? The cardiology community has been debating this question...

Do you have children? How to get out the door on time – Harvard Health Blog

Despite brave planning efforts and repeated requests, your children are half dressed. They made the house look like a category F5 tornado that came...

Psoriasis and cancer: what is the connection? – Harvard Health Blog

Psoriasis is a relatively common, chronic inflammatory skin condition. It is probably caused by genetic predisposition combined with triggers such as infections, trauma, stress...