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After working as a bartender for seven years, I’ve learned of and experimented with a slew of hangover cures to try to find the most effective one.
One of the most popular party nights of the year is fast approaching and chances are good adults will be sipping something other than hot chocolate.
The U.S. remains in the midst of an ever-worsening drug overdose crisis. Because prescription opioids drove its earlier phases, the nation responded by drastically reducing access to those drugs — with prescriptions dropping by nearly 50% over the last decade.
If you've been diagnosed with prediabetes, it means your blood sugar levels are not high enough to be classified as Type 2 diabetes, but are high enough to indicate a need for change.
As Minnesotans brace for a blizzard on the first official day of winter — and the arctic blast that's expected to follow — Jeffrey Love has a message for anybody who plans to venture outdoors.
Balance is defined as the body's ability to maintain its center of mass over the base of support. More importantly, especially when snowstorms hit, being balanced can prevent falls, which can lead to a reduction in injury.
Almost every day, Dr. Eckart Rolshoven sees the long shadow of coal mining in his clinic near the big brownstone church that dominates this small town in Germany’s Saarland.
The game of pickleball is surging in popularity across the country. It can be played at any age and skill level. While many might assume that pickleball is a slower, lower-impact sport, experts at Mayo Clinic say it's important to remember that injuries from playing pickleball can and do happen.
With the days getting shorter and colder, some people might want to stay cuddled in bed all day with a book or a TV show. But for others, the change of season could spell a difficult depression.