You have a fever and an area of skin that’s red, swollen, and warm. Most likely, you have a case of cellulitis. Learn how to tell for sure and what you should do.
Some raw or undercooked foods have bacteria and parasites lurking. Here are some that can make you sick.
Find out why you need vitamin E, where you get it, and what it does for your body.
You may be hurting your eyes and not even know it. Find out if you are and what you can do to stop it.
About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it.
One way to prevent muscle cramps is to get enough of these nutrients: potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium. They’re called electrolytes, and you can find them in these foods.
We live in a world where, for many, any food is available any time of year. But what if you want to eat foods that are in season in the U.S? WebMD guides you through some typical seasonal foods.
It could be the most common disease you’ve never heard of. Learn what causes it, what trouble it can lead to, and how you can control — or cure — it.
Worried you’re coming up short on vitamin C? Here are some telltale symptoms to watch out for.
If you can get past your initial reaction to them, insects aren’t only edible but also can be good for you.
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Want to get more out of your time between the sheets? Add these exercises from this WebMD slide show to your workout routine. They’re good for both men and women.
Click through the WebMD slide show to find out about home remedies: Some that work, some that don’t, and some that you should avoid at all costs.
Your skin breaks out in itchy rashes, painful blisters, or crusty sores. Allergies? Eczema? The answer could be a viral infection.
That stack of little bones along the center of your back has a key role to support and control your body. What happens when something’s not right with your spine?
Get some simple diet tips to keep your liver healthy, including the best veggies to keep disease away and some snacks you’ll want to avoid.
A few seconds after your first sip, alcohol starts to change how your body works. After years of heavy drinking, those changes add up.
The feeling of burning in your feet isn’t just an annoyance. It might also be a sign of a more serious condition. Find out more about what can make your feet burn.
Could the jar of cinnamon on your spice rack be the secret to better skin, a healthier heart, lower blood sugar, and more? Find out if the claims hold up.
Explore the changes a pregnant woman’s body goes through as you watch a baby grow during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters.