The American Cancer Society Just Updated Their Prevention Guidelines for the First Time Since 2012

    On June 9, the American Cancer Society (ACS) issued an update to their 2012 guidelines for cancer prevention. Published in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, the updated suggestions include findings from the latest research on diet, healthy eating patterns and physical activity as it links to cancer prevention. Here’s every change to […]


Top Derms Share Their Favorite Skin Care Products Under $10

“Vanicream is a wonderful line developed for sensitive skin and eczema, formulated free of dyes, fragrance, masking fragrance, lanolin, parabens, and formaldehyde. The CREAM (not the lotion) is particularly hydrating and emollient. I use it myself,” says Campbell, CA dermatologist Amelia K. Hausauer, MD, who adds that the 4-ounce tube is usually around $ 7, but if you want the huge, […]


16 People on Their Weird Pandemic Dreams

Dreams—weird, vivid, wild, memorable dreams—have become a staple of my pandemic experience, and I’m not the only one. Across social media, people are using the hashtag #PandemicDreams to share how the global new coronavirus crisis is manifesting in their unconscious minds. Plenty of cool articles have ventured to explain why this is happening, too. Personally, […]