When I broke up with my first serious girlfriend (well, she did the breaking up), I was naïve, egocentric, and convinced I could think my way … Continue reading Common Symptoms of Depression That Doctors May Overlook
Adulting is hard enough without zits, but many of us still get breakouts well beyond our teen years. Acne affects approximately 50 million people in the US alone, making it the most common skin condition and, while most often found … Continue reading 10 Best Acne Face Washes for Men of 2019- Men’s Facial Cleanser for All Skin Types
When you look into the bowl after taking a leak, you should see some pale yellow pee—a sign that you’re well hydrated and your urine is, well, healthy. But how should it smell? We’re guessing you don’t give that a … Continue reading Why Does My Pee Smell? 10 Reasons for Smelly Urine in Men
California is burning, and our hearts go out to those who have lost loved ones or homes in the deadly fires that have been raging for more than a week. The statewide death toll has risen to 79—with hundreds still missing—and … Continue reading Health Risks of Wildfire Smoke Inhalation and Air Pollution
If you ask anyone who knows me well, they’d probably list “stressing” as one of top skills. Whether it’s a work assignment or dating problem, I tend to overanalyze and fret about all the things that could go wrong. Instead … Continue reading Can CBD Help With Anxiety? Here’s What Happened When I Tried It
Actress Selma Blair revealed in an Instagram post Sunday that she has multiple sclerosis. Blair, 46, wrote that she was diagnosed in August but has “probably had this incurable disease for 15 years at least.” Blair, who is starring in the upcoming … Continue reading What Is Multiple Sclerosis?
IDK about you, but it seems like there are more e-cigarettes on the street now than, you know, regular cigarettes. Hell, you might even be one of the 3.2 percent of people (and more than two million teenagers) in the U.S. who are … Continue reading Is Vaping Bad For You? – Health Risks Of Vaping Vs Smoking
Three years ago, McKinley, Chloe, Ava and Lauren were all in treatment for cancer at a Florida hospital. The quartet relied on each other to get through the arduous process, and on Monday they reunited for a photo shoot as … Continue reading Four Girls Reunite After They Beat Cancer Together at the Same Hospital: ‘It’s Amazing to See’
What is type 2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that affects your body’s use of glucose (a type of sugar you make from the carbohydrates you eat). Glucose is the fuel your cells need to do their … Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Diet
During cold and flu season, it’s a pretty safe bet that congestion, sneezing, and a runny nose are signs you’re coming down with something. But when trees are blossoming or their leaves are falling, how can you tell if you have … Continue reading How to Tell the Difference Between a Cold and Allergies
It’s easy to take your period for granted (or, you know, wish it away forever)—but when that time of the month rolls around and you’re surprisingly cramp-, rage-, and blood-free, … Continue reading 8 Reasons For A Missed Period
If every loud crunch of cereal or hair-tingling slurp of soup makes you want to scream, you may have a real neurological condition — and you’re not … Continue reading Does Noisy Eating and Loud Gum Chewing Drive You Crazy? You May Have Misophonia
While interviewing a dermatologist for a story last year, I shamelessly took the opportunity to ask about something that had been bothering me. “What is this on my forehead?” I asked, pulling my hair back. He leaned in to inspect my brown-speckled skin. … Continue reading The Best Treatments for Melasma
Starting at age 14, Katherine Bice used to wear three sports bras when exercising because it was the only way she felt comfortable. Her breasts bounced around a lot, and after just a few minutes, she was in pain. As … Continue reading Breast Pain Keeps Women From Exercise: Can The Right Bra Help?
Acupuncture is an ancient practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) involving thin, flexible needles inserted at certain points along the body – typically called ‘meridians’. The idea being that the insertion of these needles at these predetermined points can help … Continue reading Acupuncture – A Complementary Therapy With Promise