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Know the Glow: Your Eyes Can Detect a Rare Childhood Cancer
Nowadays our smartphone cameras are on hand for every one of our children’s firsts—from rolling over and walking to first words and first days of school....
May 06
Age Spots or Skin Cancer? Here’s How to Tell the Difference
You look at the back of your hand, or your neck, or even your leg and there it is—a spot you’ve never seen before. Could it be skin cancer? Or is it a...
May 05
What to Know About the Worrisome Link Between Stress and Stroke
If you need another reason to get your stress levels under control, here’s one—high stress is correlated with an increased risk of stroke. Research has...
May 05
Dysgeusia: What to Do When You Lose Your Sense of Taste
Lately, we’ve heard a lot in the news about losing your sense of taste. That’s because dysgeusia—the medical condition where you can’t taste, or you can’t...
Apr 30
The Diabetes and Stroke Connection: Tips to Reduce Your Risk
In the two minutes it takes you to scan this article, an American adult with diabetes will be hospitalized for a stroke. In fact, according to the Centers...
Apr 29
6 Things You Should Know Before You Try a Raw Food Diet
You might be intrigued by the raw food diet. After all, people who support it believe that cooking food destroys nutrients, so by eating food raw, you’re...
Apr 28
Lesser-Known Causes of Head and Neck Cancers
The medical community has warned against tobacco consumption, in all of its forms, for decades. It’s connection to many forms of cancer, including head...
Apr 25
Are You Getting Enough Iron in Your Diet?
Iron is an important mineral in your body, but chances are many of us aren’t getting enough. Iron is necessary for many important functions, from growth...
Apr 22
Osteopenia: When You Have Weak Bones
Osteoporosis is often a condition associated with aging, but there’s another condition that you may not be aware of that can affect your bones as well....
Apr 20