Dr. Mallika Marshall
Common over-the-counter painkillers often used to treat back pain may really no better than a dummy pill.
Dr. Mallika Marshall has a warning for parents about dosing medication in kids.
Dr, Mallika Marshall reports on a study that says it’s quality time that matters, not quantity.
Alexandre and Ronaldo Antunes were born 24 days apart in 2014, an extremely rare occurrence for twins.
Dr. Mallika Marshall describes a whole new kind of party for women who eventually want to have babies.
There’s more evidence that a midday siesta can do you good.
It’s known as “Palcohol” and when mixed with water, it creates an instant cocktail. And even though the federal government now says it’s OK to sell and use, a push for a nationwide ban is now underway. Dr. Mallika Marshall explains.
The pink pill promises to give women a boost in the bedroom, so why hasn’t it been approved?
Why is it that most of us can’t recall what we had for lunch a week ago, but can easily recite the Pledge of Allegiance? Dr. Mallika Marshall investigates.
A loud noise can be uncomfortable, but for some people, it can be downright painful.