As clocks spring forward, keep sleep on track

You may only worry about losing an hour of sleep when the clocks spring forward this Sunday, but the time change can also be dangerous for your health, an expert says.


'Wait-and-see' approach to COVID vaccine can be risky

As a parent, you want to make the best choices for your child, especially when it comes to their health. And while many parents are following the advice of health experts to get kids ages five and older vaccinated against ...

Overweight & Obesity

Analysis of a decade of media coverage of obesity

With the new year on the way, no doubt many headlines will be urging readers to set resolutions to lose the weight they may have put on over the holidays. However, the way the British press talks about weight, obesity and ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Time of day matters in antibody response to COVID-19 vaccine

Our internal 24-hour circadian clock regulates many aspects of physiology, including the response to infectious disease and vaccination. A new study published in the Journal of Biological Rhythms demonstrates that antibody ...

Radiology & Imaging

Mayo Clinic Minute: Mammograms, COVID-19 vaccines and timing

If you are due for your annual breast cancer screening and vaccinations, including vaccinations for flu and COVID-19, you may want to consider timing to avoid any concerns. That's because some people can have swelling in ...

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