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Advice to help asthma and allergy sufferers find relief.
Most people will feel better after a few days of rest, but others may need help recovering.
Mindfulness can reduce stress and improve overall health but just like any habit, needs to be practiced regularly to experience its full benefits.
Avoid accidents and illness when traveling with little ones in tow.
A healthy relationship involves constantly respecting people’s boundaries, and that applies to all relationships.
In the past 20 years, the number of patients diagnosed with the disease has doubled, making it the most common cause of liver problems in the U.S.
Headache is a very tricky area in medicine, both from a doctor’s and a patient’s perspective.
While avoiding stress completely isn’t realistic, there are effective (and surprisingly easy) ways to manage anxiety and anger levels.
Vision problems can greatly impact a child’s learning but are often treatable when caught early.
With increased technology literally right at our fingertips, doctors are noticing an increase in the following three hand issues.
Little-known facts about the pros of going to an urgent care clinic.
While smoking numbers are on the decline, we've still got a long way to go until we extinguish lung cancer.
Whether you’re an on-the-go professional, a stay-at-home caretaker or a student-athlete like Hawaii volleyball player Brooke Van Sickle, sleep is essential for a person’s health and well-being. Follow these six tips to up your game with better sleep.
The flu and the common cold are respiratory illnesses with similar symptoms, but that's where the similarities end.
This year, why not shift gears and plan an activity out of the house that involves the whole family?
Learn more about this term and what to do if you feel overwhelmed, overanxious or just plain stressed out.
Lifestyle adjustments to help control type 2 diabetes.
Those who suffer from allergies know how miserable a reaction to pollen, dust, animal dander or food can be.
Whether you're an avid athlete or weekend warrior, you may be at risk for a stress fracture if you overdo it.