Scleroderma is a rare disease of the autoimmune system that many people haven’t heard of. Yet recognizing the symptoms can help you get treatment faster – and provide the best chance for a successful outcome.
Minor rectal bleeding can be alarming. Most of us worry that it's a sign of colon cancer. While it's important to tell your doctor about rectal bleeding, the two most common causes are easy to fix.
A tear in the inner lining of the aortic artery can allow blood to seep between layers, impeding healthy blood flow. Doctors can now fix these “dissections” with a stent instead of open surgery.
When aggression, self-injury or other symptoms get in the way of your child’s social and academic development, medications offer extra help.
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This salad offers the fresh taste of grape tomatoes, cucumbers and dill in an olive oil, lemon and vinegar dressing. It also calls for bulgur, a whole grain that is full of fiber.
Bug bites are mostly just annoying. But when do mosquito bites or ticks need further attention? An expert explains what to watch for.
Men may be reluctant to see a doctor, especially for sexual health issues. However, it is critical to be proactive to catch problems early. Find simple ways to safeguard a man's sexual health.
Sleep deprivation is a national epidemic that is affecting our children, too. Learn about your child’s sleep needs and what steps you can take to get them on the road to healthy sleeping habits. Find out exactly how much sleep your child needs and how to make it happen!
If you’re taking the whole family to an amusement park this summer, follow these expert tips to help everyone have the most fun possible!