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6 Tips for Managing Back Pain During Pregnancy

For many new mothers, seeing your “baby bump” for the first time can be one of the most exciting parts of pregnancy. The baby bump is the clearest sign yet that your baby is growing in the womb, and this physical progress is worth enjoying. However, your baby’s...

Can Athletes Get Varicose Veins?

Because varicose veins are often linked to a sedentary lifestyle or being overweight, it’s common to assume that athletes or people who exercise often aren’t at a high risk of these kinds of conditions. Athletes are constantly in motion, after all, which promotes...

Pre-Teen Acne 101

Acne is a major concern for many pre-teens and adolescents. About 17 million people have acne in the US alone, and roughly 80 percent of all pre-teens and teens will get experience acne at some point in their lifetime. Here’s what you need to know about acne, how to...

8 Common Myths About Vaccines

Why treat a disease when you can prevent it from developing in the first place? That’s the purpose of vaccines, which now help prevent many diseases that used to be common—like polio, measles, mumps, tetanus and others. Unfortunately, several myths have circulated in...

Early Signs and Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)—a disorder that inflames the joints and can lead to significant discomfort—often develop slowly. They may be present at one time then absent at another, and how they progress is different for each person. The earlier you can...

Should You Get Screened for Diabetes?

Why Screening is Important It’s not unusual for cases of type 2 diabetes to go undiagnosed, primarily due to the lack of noticeable symptoms. This opens people in these cases up to a wide variety of health risks, including the following: • Chronic hyperglycemia:...

Urinary Incontinence in Women

Urinary incontinence is common among older adults, particularly women. Although this condition isn’t necessarily dangerous to your health, it can be embarrassing to deal with. This condition is usually temporary and can be treated, and even prevented. Types of Urinary...

Pregnancy Nutrition: Foods to Avoid and Common Myths

The female body’s nutritional needs change during pregnancy and your doctor may ask you to adjust your diet by avoiding or being careful consuming certain foods. You may also hear myths about pregnancy nutrition, and it’s important to know fact from fiction. If you...

Sinus Infection: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Also called sinusitis, a sinus infection is an inflammation of the sinuses that affects 31 million people in the US alone. It can sometimes be mistaken for other sinus-related conditions that may require different treatment. What causes sinus infections? In healthy...

Recognizing and Treating Depression in Teens

Teens are exposed to constant stress, including stress from peer pressure, school expectations and puberty. As a result of this stress, teens can develop depression, which affects everything from their emotions to physical health. As a parent or caregiver, you play a...

Repetitive Motion Injuries and How to Prevent Them

As some of the most common injuries in the United States every year, repetitive motion injuries are of concern to athletes and many other individuals. These injuries, caused by performing the same movements over and over, account for over half of all athlete-related...

Curb Your Sugar Cravings

Most people know that too much sugar in the diet is bad for your health, but far fewer know exactly how much is too much. The average American consumes about 20 tablespoons of added sugar every day—recommendations are six tablespoons for women and nine for men....