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Make sure these superfoods are in your grocery cart.
Kale and caffeine are just two of the surprising culprits behind why you’re feeling fuller than a Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade float. Read on for simple ways to banish the bloat.
One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Though the disease often never presents with any symptoms, occasionally it does; if you notice any of the following prostate cancer symptoms, call your doctor.
Reign in the mess of a too-small medicine cabinet for a happier, faster morning routine.
Know the best way to respond when someone faints and the signs that indicate they should seek further treatment.
How home cures like vinegar, aloe vera, and mouthwash soothe sunburn, blisters, and athlete’s foot.
Do you blame gluten for feeling gassy, tired, or achy? You might be overlooking another health issue with similar symptoms.
Nearly three out of four women have pain during sex at some time during their lives—and one of these culprits may be the reason sex hurts.
Doctors are clueless about what really happens in the beds, rooms, and halls of our hospitals. That’s why we went to the experts: nurses.
Skin cancer is highly treatable if caught early so make sure you’re checking these surprising spots and symptoms of skin cancer.
These insider secrets of skin doctors fight signs of aging overnight so you can rise and shine with glowing skin.
Caught on the road without a proper first aid kit? These common items will help in a pinch.
Even healthy eaters may fall short of key vitamins and minerals. See if you have any of these nutrient deficiency symptoms, then follow our advice for getting more.
Everything you ever wanted to know about sex, body odor, and bladder problems, but were afraid to ask.
Anyone with a concussion should be checked by a health care professional if at all possible. If you’re the one with the injury, don’t rely solely on your own assessment for signs you’re getting worse and need reevaluation. These signs of concussion should never be ignored.
Haunted by halitosis? Check your menu for these culprits—then reach for a simple-but-reliable bad breath cure like your toothbrush, sugarless gum, or a refreshing glass of water.
Smoking can cause at least 15 different types of cancer. And nearly 9 out of 10 lung cancers are from puffing away on cigarettes. Burn those two facts into your head if you haven’t yet quit. Then read on to learn what else affects your risk.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer can be vague, but detecting ovarian cancer early could be key to survival.
An abnormal Pap test result doesn’t have to be scary when you know the right steps to take.
A stomachache after a glass of milk is probably nothing, but if you feel sick every time you eat dairy, you might be facing a bigger problem.