Learn about sleep apnea, its symptoms, and what you can do if you think you have it.
Read about the lifestyle choices and conditions that can lead to fatigue.
Learn about how you can get essential vitamins and minerals from food and what they can to do better your health.
Read this article to learn how contagious the cold and flu is, and how to help avoid catching a cold or flu.
Get the facts on how to prepare for a colonoscopy and what it may entail.
Find out what temperature is a fever in children, what may be considered dangerous and what warrants a doctor’s visit.
Learn about how to help relieve stress through productive management and relaxation techniques.
Learn about childhood seizures and what to do if a child has one.
Read about why it’s important to be socially engaged and learn simple ways to get started.
Find out if you may be showing common symptoms of stress and learn about what you can do to that may help you start feeling better.
Use this tool to help guide you through the stages of detection, diagnosis, and management of your condition.
Learn about common medication errors, their consequences, and what you can do to help prevent them.
Do you worry or feel anxious excessively? Learn about generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and what you can do to help relieve your anxiety symptoms.
Read Jill’s story as she details her experience with acromegaly and the group she created to help inspire other women with this rare condition.
Finding a doctor can seem like a daunting task, but with these tips you can narrow your doctor search and locate the right qualified physician for your needs.
Learn about a rare disease called Transthyretin (TTR) Amyloidosis including symptoms, treatment options and when to speak with your doctor.
Learn about generic medications including some of the differences between brand name and generic drugs.
Find information about living your life as a cancer survivor. Learn about healthy habits and survivorship care plans.
Do you know your family health history? Learn about medical questions to ask your family and why it is important to know about hereditary diseases.
Smoking rates in adults with mental illness are higher than in adults without mental illness. Learn more about it and talk to your doctor about quitting.
Read a letter from our Medical Editor-in-Chief, Caroline Pak, PharmD, on the importance of discussing health information with patients and caregivers.
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