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It’s not just hot flashes and missing periods.
The most obvious symptom is blurry vision, but here are other surprising clues you might be overlooking.
These lifestyle tweaks can help get rid of stubborn bacne.
Acid reflux can masquerade as everything from a cold to poor dental hygiene. If you notice any of the following GERD signs, especially if you get typical heartburn symptoms, talk to your doctor.
The pain that comes along with your monthly visit from Aunt Flo is no joke. Try one of these surprising ways to mitigate menstrual cramps.
Answers to all the bladder problems you’ve never wanted to ask about, from leakage to why your pee is that weird color.
Protect yourself from tick bites, Lyme disease, and other tick-borne diseases with these tips on everything from how to remove a tick to how to spot symptoms of Lyme disease.
Woke up with a stiff neck? These surprising factors may be responsible.
Whether you’re a beanpole or a shrimp, your height influences your life in more ways than just fueling childhood nicknames.
Nearly 140,000 people are diagnosed with colorectal cancer in America. Rectal bleeding is the most obvious colon cancer symptom, but other signs may be far more subtle. If you notice any of the following signs, talk to your doctor.
About 5 percent of U.S. adults have ADHD, but relatively few get diagnosed or treated. If these adult ADHD symptoms are negatively affecting your life, see your doctor to talk about getting a proper ADHD diagnosis.
If you’re stressed and experiencing these symptoms, you might be ready to snap.
If you have diabetes, you can (and should) eat carbs. The key: eating proper portions and choosing carbs that will help control blood sugar. These healthy carbs are especially helpful for diabetics.