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If nonsurgical treatments have failed to improve stress, strain and pain in your back, surgery may be the next option. Learn about the two categories of back surgery and when each is recommended.
Dietary supplements are popular among young athletes with nearly 60% reporting regular use. Get information about research efforts, and gather tips before giving supplements to your young athlete.
It’s easy to burn yourself while cooking. Instead of relying on myths to treat a minor burn, find out what you really should do.
Stroke symptoms come on suddenly. There’s an acronym to make it easy to recognize and act on these symptoms: Think FAST.
Everyone worries sometimes. But people with anxiety disorders have excessive worry they can't control. Learn about the types of anxiety disorders and treatments that can help.
Miscarriages are common. When it happens, it can't be blamed upon anyone, especially yourself. Learn what you can do and how to cope.
People acquire things for multiple reasons, but how do you know if they're a collector or pack rat, or someone who has hoarding behaviors? Gather the warning signs and treatment options.
Food intolerances are common, but people often confuse intolerance with allergies. Learn how to distinguish between the two.