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Who knew a PB&J could cause so much anxiety?
This blood sugar level primer can help you manage your diabetes and stay healthy.
Migraines are not just headaches, they are “life aches.”
About one in eight U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Here are the top things oncologists wish their patients knew about breast cancer treatment.
Everything you need to know about how cancer spreads.
These diabetes tests can give you and your doctor a good sense of how well your blood sugar is controlled and how diabetes may be affecting the rest of your body.
Type 1 diabetes (T1D), previously called juvenile diabetes, develops when the pancreas no longer produces insulin. Here’s how to tell if your child might be affected.
Want to make a baby? Read this first.
Although it’s most likely seen in the mid-teen years, childhood depression can start at any age. Your child might not have the words to understand or explain depression, if you’re seeing these symptoms, talk to your family pediatrician.
It is estimated that roughly 25 percent of Americans suffer from insulin resistance syndrome, or the presence of high levels of insulin in the body. Here are common symptoms of insulin resistance syndrome.
It’s not just about not smoking (although that is key).
Read this before you roll up your sleeve.
Stress is contagious, but don’t let other people’s anxiety drag you down.
Yes, UTI symptoms can be obvious. But please pay attention to these.
Painful periods are a big endometriosis symptom, but it’s far from the only one.
About 34 percent of U.S. adults have metabolic syndrome, but the symptoms are so common they can be easily ignored. If you notice any of the following signs of metabolic syndrome, talk to your doctor.
During an important conversation or meeting, letting out a big yawn (or two or three) can make you look bored and uninterested, even when you’re not. Try one of these tricks when your yawning is getting out of control.
If you’ve ever been pregnant, had spicy food, eaten too much, or just generally been an adult human being, you’ve probably had heartburn at some point. Usually, it’s nothing to be alarmed about, but there are instances when you shouldn’t ignore it.
You can stay close during any stage of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Here’s how.
Check with your doctor if you’re experience any of these cystitis symptoms, described by Nicole Cozean, PT, DPT, WCS, CSCS and Jesse Cozean, MBA, in their book, ‘The Interstitial Cystitis Solution.’