About 11 percent of U.S. men and 6 percent of women have had a kidney stone at some point in their life.
Chickenpox virus can be reactivated by stress, causing shingles.
Nurses across the U.S. report having their pay cut up to 70% after they relocate for work. Now some are trying to fight back via class actions.
"Your pores are your pores, they don't open and close like windows," dermatologist Fatima Fahs told Newsweek.
Type 2 diabetes was assumed to have a greater effect on men's health.
Scientists say their findings can help governments set targets and invest in policies that encourage people to consume healthier food.
The findings may ultimately lead to the development of therapies that prevent, or even cure, diabetes.
Some patients trying to quit anti-depressant drugs experience withdrawal effects that linger for months, even years. Newsweek spoke with a leading researcher about how to avoid them.
Researchers have discovered that a virus originally found in Russian bats, which is related to SARS-CoV-2, may be capable of infecting human cells.
"Dogs are our angels," said one commenter on the post telling the incredible story.
Popular meds work no better than a placebo for depression and can come with severe withdrawal symptoms. Why do doctors prescribe them to 43 million Americans?
"I'm still trying to get some sort of compensation for this nightmare ordeal," said Xavi Santiago in a viral TikTok video.
"Because the mental disease that social media is creating for so many people, she is the number one example of it," wrote Owens on Instagram about the model.
"If there's someone in there coughing and hacking up their lungs nonstop, I'm leaving," the social media influencer said of her recent visit to the doctor.
The study tracked participants across the U.S. for three decades and found that walnuts cut the risk of stroke.
Women with a high BMI and who use the combined estrogen/progestin tablet are 24 times more likely to experience life-threatening blood clots, researchers say.
The statistics, however, indicate that the risk is increased by red and processed meat.
It should be as much of a routine as brushing your teeth, board-certified dermatologist Chris Adigun told Newsweek.
She said she felt like herself within hours of removing her breast implants.
"That is not worth $1 an hour or under," said Janice. "That's not worth $100 an hour to work that way, in my opinion."