Ever see something drifting across the sky, then discover it’s actually drifting across your eye? That would be a “floater.”
Whether it’s on the job or taking care of a busy family, we use our voices all the time. Most of us don’t think too much about our voices until we lose them temporarily because of illness.
Most people don’t think about end-of-life care until they reach a point where the issue can no longer be ignored. Many times, this takes place very late in life — often in a hospital setting during a health crisis. Find out why you need to plan now.
Most eye injuries, like getting soap or a tiny foreign body in the eye, are minor. Others, such as those that occur in some work environments or during sports play, require prompt medical attention.
You don’t have to let a cheeseburger at the rest stop or a cinnamon roll at the airport bust your diet when you travel. With a little knowledge and advance planning, you can eat right on the road.
It’s no fun to change your sheets in the middle of the night, but that may be a common occurrence if night sweats are disrupting your sleep. Find out what causes night sweats and how to get relief.
Your skin is your largest organ — and for many people, a source of worry when things don’t look as they should. Get advice on six common skin conditions.
When you want to avoid mosquitoes, you apply a bug repellent. But other products you put on your body actually may be attracting these pesky blood-suckers.
Get tips on how to tell whether a cut or wound requires a visit to the ER or urgent care center. And find out how to prepare for an ER visit.
Chronic wounds that don’t heal within three months present ongoing problems. Learn the risks and treatments for the three most common types.