Monthly Archives: November 2017

Black toenail: Causes and treatment

Black toenails can be unsightly and painful. In this article, we look at the causes of black toenails, treatment options and prevention. …read more

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The World AIDS Day Anthem We Really Need Has Just Arrived

Merce, the web series about a gay New Yorker living with HIV, is a little bonkers. The candy-colored musical comedy, written by and starring the singular Charles Sanchez, has “the low budget appeal of an early John Waters romp,” as I wrote when season one hit your computer screens two years ago.


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Could mouthwash be putting you at risk of diabetes?

It might help to reduce bad breath and tooth decay, but a surprising new study suggests that mouthwash could also increase the risk of diabetes. …read more

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Flu and colds: Why do we cough?

Whether dry or chesty, coughing fits are customary when flu or the common cold is involved. But what causes us to cough? We investigate. …read more

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Does an onion in the sock work for a cold?

A look at the folk remedy of an onion in the sock for cold and flu treatment. We determine whether it works, and explore the other benefits of onions. …read more

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