Wearable medical devices such as the FitBit or other SmartWatches are electronic devices that you wear to track personal health data, such as how many steps you have taken in a day or your heart rate. How are wearable devices regulated, are they effective, and what are the risks associated with them?Read More »
People are spending more time in front of screens than ever before, and many of them are experiencing digital eye strain. While many eyewear companies are marketing blue light glasses as the solution, do these glasses really work? Read our article to see what the latest research says about blue light glasses and proven ways to reduce digital eye strain.Read More »
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an ingredient in cannabis and hemp that has taken the public by storm. But is CBD safe? There is currently no concrete, scientific evidence of its benefits besides treating pediatric epilepsy.Read More »
In their quest for health and beauty, half of all American adults take dietary supplements to solve all sorts of problems. But do these products really work, and how much do Americans know about their safety? Not as well as one may think, and not nearly enough.
Ultimately, it is unwise to trust the claims that manufacturers of dietary supplements make about either the effectiveness or safety of their products. Let the buyer beware.
The keto diet is one of the fastest growing diet trends. But is this carb-reducing diet healthy? Or is moderation the key to long-term success?Read More »