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Make sure these superfoods are in your grocery cart.
Disorganization is a hallmark of ADHD—but a few simple tricks can help you calm your mind, clear the clutter, and organize your life.
When it comes to oral health, don’t ignore these seemingly “small” problems as they can quickly turn into big, painful, expensive ones!
Here’s the deal with your upset tummy.
Heart disease is the biggest killer in the United States, more than all cancers combined. Here, the heart health habits cardiologists follow to prevent heart problems for life.
Can’t sleep? It could be what you did (or didn’t eat) that day and when. Get a sleep doctor’s and nutritionist’s advice on how to eat to sleep better.
Having high cholesterol is a major risk factor for heart disease. Here are the eating mistakes you’re making and how to choose foods that lower cholesterol.
Eat them and be beautiful.
To be as supportive as possible, understand what your loved ones who are cancer patients are really going through.
Even people with well-controlled asthma can experience flare-ups. Here’s an asthma action plan to prevent your next attack.
Fifty percent of people will get some type of arthritis, but you can significantly reduce your risk with these tips from rheumatologists and other pain management doctors.
With liver cancer on the rise, make sure you have regular screenings if you’re at risk, and visit the doctor if you show any liver cancer symptoms.
You have a one in two chance of getting arthritis in your lifetime. Here are some doctor-approved ways to deal, no prescription required.
Simple ways to pop a shoulder into place without doing more harm than good, according to a survival medicine expert.
In their updated book ‘You: Staying Young,’ best-selling doctor duo Mehmet C. Oz, MD, and Michael F. Roizen, MD, share simple lifestyle tweaks that you can make to keep cancer away.
If you can’t get professional medical help, you can still stop a bad bleed, help prevent wound infection, and help treat a friend’s heat exhaustion or sprained arm—all with a simple T-shirt.
The silent stress compulsive eating puts on your body, and when to ask for help.
They say you can fix anything with duct tape. How about bad wounds?
Some 18 million adult Americans suffer from asthma, a condition in which inflamed airways make breathing difficult. Wheezing—a whistling or squeaky sound made when you breathe—is a key asthma symptom. Here are other, more subtle signs of asthma.