For women, lots of not-so-pleasant reproductive problems affect your daily life. But what if you have a tilted uterus? Should you worry?
Summer is rapidly approaching. Soon, kids will be out of school, barbecues will sizzle, and temperatures will climb. In health care, we refer to summer as "trauma season."
With summer nearly upon us, you're probably getting ready to break out your sandals and flip flops.
Popular descriptions of modern summer skin usually include terms such as "golden" or "sun-kissed." But those phrases would most likely make your great-grandmother shudder.
Every 43 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a heart attack. And according to a new study, half of them don't even know it. Instead, they suffer what are known...
From month to month and year to year, the tissue in your breasts change. Some of these changes could be breast lumps. How much should you worry about these? And...
Heading out on a summer road trip? You may not realize it, but the windows separating you from the sun's rays aren’t doing a great job of truly protecting you.
Electronic cigarettes are exposing young children in the United States to dangerous levels of nicotine. A new study in the journal Pediatrics found the number of poison control cases involving...
Hepatitis C is a disease of the liver. It kills thousands of people each year. It doesn't have to.
Millions of prescriptions are written for antibiotics each year and a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows nearly a third of them are unwarranted.
Playgrounds are supposed to be safer than ever. So why are more head injuries being reported?
The first Monday in May every year is known as Melanoma Monday - a day to spread awareness of the deadliest form of skin cancer.
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