A brain tumor expert shares brain tumor symptoms to watch out for and advises on the best type of place to seek brain tumor treatment.
Two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s are women, but there are some things you can do to help prevent the onset of this disorder.
Taking care of your health after being diagnosed with Huntington’s disease is a team effort. You can work with your care team to put together a plan to manage your mental health and physical symptoms, and find a support group.
If you have pain radiating down your leg, it could be a herniated disk or nerve damage. A spine surgeon explains treatments that ranges from anti-inflammatories to surgery.
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Nearly 25% of all strokes happen without a known cause. Here’s what you need to know about this medical mystery, or what medical experts call cryptogenic stroke.
As a caregiver of someone with Huntington’s disease, you’ll need to provide emotional, physical and social care — but it’s also important to take care of yourself.
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is scary because it hits so suddenly and keeps you from doing normal activities. Learn why this happens and how to put loose ear crystals back in place.
How long should you lay low when your back goes out? Here’s what you should do to get back to your regular routine.
Can a piercing help get rid of migraines? Acupuncture targets this area to relieve migraine headache pain, so the theory is that piercing this trigger point can permanently relieve migraines. Find out if it works from an expert.
Cracking your back can feel oh-so-satisfying… but is it really something you should be doing? A chiropractor has the answer.