Is an “exercise pill” coming your way?

Researchers are developing pills that provide many of the effects of exercise. But none provides all the benefits of physical activity—a reduced risk of many cancers, cardiovascular disease, dementia, diabetes, obesity, and osteoporosis.  (Locked) More »

Treating pain with your brain

Mindfulness—concentrating on a sensation and analyzing it objectively—can help relieve pain by changing the way we experience it. The technique has been demonstrated to relieve headache, fibromyalgia, and low back pain. (Locked) More »

Adapting to life after cancer

Once you’ve completed therapy, you may face a new set of challenges to your health and well-being, including late effects of treatment, the fear of recurrence, and altered relationships. Your health-care team can help you deal with them. (Locked) More »