By Eva Briggs I recently had surgery, and that meant figuring out how to deal with pets while recovering. Since two thirds of U.S.
By Eva Briggs Like many people, I look forward to a vaccine for COVID-19. Until then, I am glad that scientists are working on
About one in every 20 children has a food allergy By Eva Briggs Kids aren’t born with the allergies. Not even if a parent
By Eva Briggs All manner of microorganisms inhabit our bodies in complex communities called microbiomes. It’s akin to having a microscopic forest — composed
By Eva Briggs During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to keep yourself out of the emergency room or urgent care.
These are five things you need to know about it By Eva Briggs Welcome to spring, which means that first tree pollen and then
By Eva Briggs My brother was a musician who started out as a classical guitarist. He had to switch to jazz because he had
By Eva Briggs Back when my kids were born — and I know I’m dating myself here — having an ultrasound of your baby
Outbreaks peak between the months of November and April. It can strike anyone of any age. It hits children under age 5 and the
Syracuse has the highest rates of MS in the country, according to study By Eva Briggs I recently read a report that Syracuse has