Find information on many health topics, listed A to Z.
Acute sinusitis can accompany a common cold, allergies, and bacterial and fungal infections. Learn why antibiotics aren't the best treatment and what you can instead.
While you're enjoying the outdoors, ticks are looking for a ride — and a meal. Ticks survive on blood from humans and animals, and can transmit disease. Learn how to tame these unwelcome hitchhikers.
Regular exercise is important for teens, but it can be a challenge to get them moving. Here's how exercise helps teens, how much they need and tips to get them motivated.
After sitting all winter, it's time to get your bike, skateboard, scooter and safety gear ready to roll as the weather warms. Follow these tips for a safe, fun and active outdoor season.
Receiving a serious health diagnosis is a moment you likely will not forget. Follow these tips to lower anxiety and improve your coping after a difficult diagnosis.
If you've ever had chickenpox, you may be susceptible to shingles. This common condition causes a painful, blistered rash. Learn about prevention and treatment.
Although a cold usually is minor, it can make you feel miserable. The best thing you can do is take care of yourself. Try these seven at-home remedies to ease your symptoms.
Every day, your brain takes in information through multiple sources. When there's too much to process, you may feel cognitive overload. Learn how it can affect you and how to counter it.
Nearly everyone deals with acne, which can appear anywhere you have oil glands on your skin, including your chest. Learn how chest acne develops and what you can do to prevent or treat it.
A trusting relationship does more than just feel good. Learn how trusting the expert advice of your primary care provider can improve your health.
Urinary incontinence is common among men and women. Follow these tips to lessen the burden of managing your condition and improve symptoms.
Kindness is more than feeling grateful. Learn how intentional acts of kindness can positively impact your life and create a happier, healthier you.