Your liver does a lot for you. It’s the largest internal organ in your body and carries out more than 500 essential tasks to keep you healthy.
What is the right way to wean your baby?
The pap smear (or pap test) is one of the cornerstones of women’s health.
Not all sunglasses are created equal.
The law specifically prohibits the sale and distribution of sunscreen containing oxybenzone and octinoxate, which will take effect in 2021.
Kids love playgrounds. But that doesn’t mean playgrounds love kids.
Don’t let an injury ruin your 4th of July
Outdoor fire places and fire pits can create a lovely ambiance and help extend parties by providing warmth and light after the sun goes down. They also can cause serious burns.
TSS is not a condition that only affects menstruating women using tampons – or women alone.
It’s a condition that causes the tissues of the esophagus (the tube that connects the mouth to the stomach) to swell making eating and swallowing difficult, and over the past decade it is being seen more and more – especially in children.
From the bright glow of sparklers to the thrill of bottle rockets and Roman candles, fireworks are a July tradition. Unfortunately, so are firework-related eye injuries.
Vaccines are one of medicines greatest accomplishments. They have all but eradicated diseases that used to be common – and deadly.
This summer the majority of teens will be left home alone for at least some amount of time, and there are plenty of ways for them to get in trouble, or get hurt. So, how to keep them safe?
Pick the right snacks at the office.
Fibroids are benign tumors that grow in the muscles of the uterus.
More than 24 million American adults have never had an eye exam.
Reading the nutrition labels on your foods is about to get more informative.
Vacation is a wonderful time to relax, have fun, and indulge. You don’t want to overdo it though, and throw all your healthy eating habits out the window.
Basketball is still the leading cause of sports-related eye injuries in the United States.
If you don’t pay close attention to the foods you are eating you can end up with too much sugar in your diet, leading to complications like weight gain, diabetes, high blood pressure and other health problems.