Pollen, dust, animal dander, nuts, shellfish … all of these can cause allergic reactions. But how do you know when an allergic reaction is a mild irritant or life-threating? Our expert explains.
Prepping for a colonoscopy is never fun, but some people might be eligible for at-home colorectal cancer screening tests. Here’s what to know about the accuracy and types of this noninvasive option.
It can be scary to learn you have a permanent health condition like coronary artery disease. But making lifestyle changes can help manage your heart health.
Cholesterol isn’t all bad. Learn the difference between “good” and “bad” cholesterol — and how you can adjust the levels of both to benefit your health.
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If you’re bothered by drooping eyelids and sagging skin around your eyes, injections or restorative surgical options could help them look more youthful. Learn more here.
You can’t cure a cold, but you can manage it. An expert explains what home remedies can help make you more comfortable while you wait for your cold to run its course.
Guided imagery is a relaxation technique used to reduce stress. Just close your eyes and imagine yourself in a peaceful, soothing place. A psychology fellow explains how to get there.
Ready to quit smoking? While it can be tough to kick the habit, nicotine replacement therapy, relaxation techniques and having a support system are just a few of the ways you can successfully quit.
Are you considering Dysport or Botox for your wrinkles? Both treat fine lines and wrinkles, but there are some differences between the two.
Ear infections are never fun. But do you always need to see your doctor for treatment? Some home remedies can help relieve pain and provide comfort.