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Make sure these superfoods are in your grocery cart.
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.
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.
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.
Nearly half of Americans have some type of allergy—how many of these allergy myths have you fallen for?
Nearly 250,000 women are estimated to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. It’s important to pay attention to any breast changes, and see your doctor if you notice any of the following possible breast cancer symptoms.
There’s plenty you can do to keep your prostate healthy and stop prostate cancer in its tracks.
Subtle clues—from handwriting to snoring—can reveal the earliest warnings of illness. Here’s how to read your own distress signals.
Colon cancer is striking adults at increasingly younger ages. These foods, drugs, and lifestyle habits can protect against colon cancer.
You eliminated these foods from your diet (or still eat them, with guilt). Here’s why you can stop all that.
Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) is a common yet scary side effect of diabetes—but a little preparation can go a long way toward treating an attack.
Dentists are trained to spot more than just cavities: These red flags of dental problems in your mouth may signal a health issue happening elsewhere in the body.
One in six adults binge drinks about four times a month, consuming about eight drinks per binge. If you recognize any of the following signs, you might be a binge drinker too.
Don’t flush away the evidence: The color, smell, frequency, and consistency of your urine can tell you a lot about what’s going on inside your body.
A diabetes diagnosis = need to eat healthy, stat. Here’s how to start grocery shopping for healthy diabetic foods.