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Concussion isn’t a concern for football players only at games. A recent study found most of them actually happen during high school and college football practice. Researchers at the Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research studied data that athletic trainers collected on nearly 20,000 youth, high school and college football players during the 2012 and 2013 … Read More
How common is genetic breast cancer? Does family resemblance matter? Get the facts that answer these common questions about genetics and breast cancer.
Relieve tension and stretch throughout the day with these easy-to-do seated yoga poses, in the comfort of your cubicle.
To treat breast cancer with surgery, you have two main options: mastectomy (complete removal of the breast) or lumpectomy (removal of only the part of the breast that has the cancer). How do you decide what is best for you?
Could treating depression lower your risk of heart attack or stroke? The results of one study — comparing antidepressants and statins — surprised researchers.
If you’re like many of us, this time of year brings on a passion for pumpkin. Part nostalgia, part fad, the craze for pumpkin just seems to grow every year. But instead of buying a processed food — which may or may not have real pumpkin as an ingredient — why not try to create your own seasonal treat at home?
When a woman’s estrogen declines, it can lead to vaginal atrophy — drying and irritation that cause pain during intercourse and other symptoms. But a new laser treatment provides many women with relief.
Mascara and eyeliner can enhance your eyes, but there are dangers you should know about. Get 7 tips on how to keep your eyes healthy when you use makeup.
Because over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are taken without the help of a doctor, it’s especially important that you read the label. Here are some tips for decoding the labels on your medications.