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Jason Singer is an award-winning journalist who has covered health care, sports, business and politics for a wide range of publications from major metropolitan newspapers to CNN. In addition to journalism, he's a smitten husband of his wife U.S. Army Spc. Susan McMillan, as well as an avid chef, travel addict, professional golf caddie and sports fanatic. He speaks Mandarin-Chinese, has so far visited 24 of America's 59 National Parks, and has a below-average singing voice despite his last name.

Jason Singer

Posts from Jason Singer

Study: Sugary drinks shrink brains

Multiple sweet beverages per day may lead to significant memory loss—but there are ways to keep your brain safe.

Study: ‘Phantom’ phone vibrations affect 9 in 10

Constantly checking your phone can heighten stress and lower productivity—especially if you're a young person.

Want to avoid osteoporosis? Eat yogurt

But some yogurts have nearly as much added sugar as soda — so be careful about your choice.

Eat this to be a stronger you

Check out these 6 foods you should eat (and a couple you should avoid) to build muscle mass.

‘The silent killer’

About 1 in 50 Americans have unruptured brain aneurysms that can be deadly if they pop. How do you know when to get checked?

Patient Story

‘I can still make beautiful things’

Adult coloring has become a popular rehabilitation and meditation tool, with more than 12 million coloring books sold each year.

At the touch of a button

Patients can manage health services and visit doctors from their phones and computers.

Dating with ED?

Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men, but it's a solvable problem when communication and education are involved.

‘Miracle’ fix for hard-to-cure back pain

Spinal cord stimulators, a fast-improving technology, often provide major relief.

Tennis elbow: It’s preventable

Tennis elbow and golfer's elbow are common conditions this time of year, but proper conditioning and technique can stave off both.

Patient Story

Marathon runner finds healing in osteopathy

Hands-on manipulation of the spine, muscles and joints is becoming a popular method to cure lingering aches and pains.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy: Heal faster

Many of the world's best athletes have successfully used it, and doctors say it can be just as helpful for others struggling with injuries.

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