It's cold and flu season, which means a lot of snotty noses. Cindy Gellner, M.D., a pediatrician at University of Utah Health, explains what the different shades of mucus means.
Statistics show that one out of every eight Americans suffer from teeth sensitivity—otherwise known as dentinal hypersensitivity—but few of us talk to a dentist about it. What causes teeth sensitivity...
The Medical Intensive Care Unit transformed into a wedding chapel Wednesday night, complete with fresh flowers, pink decorations and teary-eyed guests.
Often lumped together because they have similar symptoms, colds and the flu have several differences. Here are the symptoms for each and why it matters.
If you're like most people, you're too busy to get sick. So it's important to take every measure to stay well and protect your body from illnesses. Here's how.
Back to school season normally brings with it a slew of sniffles and sneezes. This year, though, doctors aren't just seeing the typical symptoms treated with Tylenol and a good...
The handshake is seen as the polite way to greet someone — but is it the safest when it comes to germs?