Getting through fall can be a struggle for allergy sufferers, but you don’t have to surrender to symptoms. With summer behind us, more pleasant weather has arrived — and countless particles of pollen enter the
When illness or injury strikes outside of your doctor’s regular office hours, where should you turn for care? Depending on the severity of your symptoms, urgent care centers offer an efficient, cost-effective alternative to the
Research shows that for some patients who have prostate cancer, moving immediately to treatment may not be in their best interest. Under a doctor’s guidance, sometimes the best choice for managing prostate cancer may be
If you have asthma, many of the fragrances associated with summer can be hazardous to your health. One of the cornerstones of asthma management is knowing your triggers so you can avoid them. Certain triggers,
Your beautiful, removable smile can present hidden dangers if dentures are not taken care of properly. More than 30 million Americans wear either full or partial sets of dentures. Whether you’re adapting to life with false
Welcoming a new child into the world is a momentous occasion, full of joy and wonder. But for many mothers, it’s also a time of mental distress as postpartum depression takes hold. The American Psychological
Are you getting enough water — and getting it at the right times? Learn more with this infographic about how to hydrate.
You’ve heard the warnings about artificial sweeteners: Saccharin causes bladder cancer. Aspertame leads to brain tumors. Mannitol and sorbitol give you diarrhea. But are these sugar substitutes really any worse for you than the real
Grilling is synonymous with summer fun, but outdoor cooking could lead to serious health issues.
If you’re on Instagram — the popular photo-sharing social media site — you might have noticed an increase in a new form of body art. Using the hashtags of #suntantattoo, #sunburnart and #sunburntattoos, people share images of