Have you ever felt like eating a piece of chocolate cake or a bag of chips after a stressful day at work?
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After a decades-old procedure malfunctioned, surgery partially restores patient’s lost sight.
Pain relief at a lower opioid dose? It may be possible, according to new research on two nerve cell receptors.
African-American women who have depression and other mood disorders often don’t get help. Learn why, and how to recognize the signs of common mental health conditions.
Are you doing enough to protect your skin? To help make sunscreen a part of your daily routine, dermatologist Anna Chien, M.D., addresses common concerns.
Nearly half of African-American women experience some kind of hair loss. Dermatologist Crystal Aguh is researching new treatments for these women — and increasing other dermatologists’ awareness of the issue.
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