Who owns your medical record? Is it you, the doctor or healthcare organization(s)? What if you’ve seen doctors at different hospitals and clinics? The answers may surprise you.
Investigators specializing in ocean algae and fungi have discovered extracts that may be used to treat the dangerous skin infection MRSA as well as melanoma skin cancer.
Trauma—from rape, abusive parents, combat an accident, etc.—harms your body and your brain. Here are four methods proven to help you heal.
The thyroid gland is affected by everyday drugs for heartburn, high blood pressure and more—as well as certain supplements. How to protect yourself…
Chronic indigestion had no obvious cause—no ulcers or negative findings in the colonoscopy. But Traditional Chinese Medicine brought relief. Learn how.
Bacterial vaginosis is a common, difficult-to-treat vaginal infection, but inserting healthy bacteria into the vagina may be a solution. Study details…
Occasional discomfort in hand joints progressed so that daily tasks—typing, cooking, carrying groceries—were painful. Here’s the way to relief.
If you’re allergic to certain drugs or food, anaphylaxis is a constant threat. Now, a new study shows that a medication to prevent this deadly reaction may be on the horizon.
For women who undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF), the process may provide warnings of future heart problems and osteoporosis. New study details…
Stroke sufferers who think positively about their health have lower blood pressure and reduced risk for a future stroke. New study details…
When staying in air-conditioning isn't an option, what to wear, eat, do to maintain energy levels.
You know it’s bad for you, but why do you touch your face so much and, more important, how can you stop yourself? Here are the answers you need.
In the battle against COVID-19, we can find hope from another long-feared viral disease, hepatitis C. If you are at high risk, talk to your doctor about getting tested.
Mosquitoes are one of the deadliest creatures on the planet. Which diseases to worry most about and the best ways to ward off these bloodsuckers.
A basic prescription for nearsighted vision or reading is easier online. A more complicated Rx—for astigmatism or progressive lenses—is more risky.
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