Although it typically isn’t a dangerous condition, endometriosis can cause symptoms and other problems. Here’s what you need to know about the condition.
There’s no sure way to prevent prostate cancer. However, if you are concerned about your risk, there are some things you can do that not only lower your risk of developing prostate cancer, but also benefit your overall health.
Research has shown that the traditional Mediterranean diet can help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer or even Alzheimer’s disease. If you want to try this diet, here’s how to start.
You work hard to keep your home safe and clean. However, there are some common products you may keep in your home that can pose a hazard to your child without realizing it.
The demands and stress in your professional and personal life can trigger feelings of anxiety and possibly make it difficult to determine if you’re experiencing “normal” anxiety or have an anxiety disorder.
Your shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body, and as a result, the most unstable. Here are a few ways to keep your shoulder joint healthy and prevent injuries.
Unfortunately, hot flashes, sweating and other symptoms of menopause don’t limit themselves to the daytime – they continue into the night, often making it difficult for women to sleep.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be scary. But if your doctor catches it early before it has the chance to grow and spread, it is much easier to treat and cure.
The cold, harsh winter may have led you to less-than-healthy comfort food, but now that spring is here, it’s time to clean out that junk from your diet and start feeling as fresh as a daisy.
When some substances in urine, like calcium, become highly concentrated, they can bond together and form kidney stones, which can be painful to pass or even require surgery. Here’s what you can do to prevent kidney stones and the discomfort they cause.