Cleveland Clinic nephrologist Robert Heyka, MD, discusses common OTC medicines, antibiotics, and herbal supplements that can cause kidney damage, and he gives advice about screenings and risk factors.
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TV headlines and attorney ads have frightened women about the dangers of vaginal mesh used to treat pelvic organ prolapse. But not all meshes are the same, and alternatives are available.
As we age, problems with memory and thinking become common. But a new study shows that for those who have developed atrial fibrillation — a type of irregular heartbeat — these problems may come on more quickly.
A few simple tips and tricks — for the grocery aisle and for your kitchen — can help you reduce your sodium intake.
It's fun and healthy to make pizza on the grill. You can experiment with different vegetables and fruits on your grill this season for a healthy, tasty meals.
Why is salt especially bad for men? What double-whammy is like a double-espresso for your sperm? What surprisingly simple snacks can actually give you better shut-eye?
Pediatrician Deb Lonzer, MD, talks about the normal frequency for children to urinate and to have healthy bowel habits.
If you believe the ads, testosterone therapy will make you sexier, more muscular and more energetic. But it’s not right for everyone. Learn who needs it and who does not.
It’s estimated that nearly 10 percent of American kids aged 5 to 13 suffer from childhood migraines. How do you tell if your child is experiencing a migraine? And how do you help?
With some planning, effort and focus, we can change our habits. It’s worth it with all the potential benefits, including longevity and enhanced self-esteem. Find seven tips to changing your bad habits into good ones.