If you suspect you have MRSA, it’s important to see your doctor right away. Treatment is available, but you need to stick closely to your doctor’s orders to avoid serious problems.Read More
If you need opioids to help you recover from surgery or severe trauma, how soon can you stop them to avoid becoming dependent on them? Pain management expert Richard W. Rosenquist, MD, provides The Short Answer.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) doesn’t have to rule your life if you know what to avoid. Try these tips to reduce your symptoms and discomfort.
Don’t forget to purchase ground white meat turkey. Not all ground turkey is lean, so be choosy.
You feel a bad cold coming on. Should you spring for an over-the-counter product that boosts your vitamin C or zinc levels? Get The Short Answer from a family medicine physician.
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Men: As you age, there’s a good chance you may get up several times a night to empty your bladder.For many men, this frustrating scenario is the result of an enlarged prostate.
Some signs of Parkinson’s disease appear long before the telltale tremors begin. Find out how to spot symptoms earlier so your doctor can treat them.
Boiling cauliflower is a crime. Roasting brings out its natural sweetness and adds a crispy texture. Top with roasted red pepper sauce, almonds and parsley for a dish that’s easy on the eyes and packed with plant nutrients.
This hearty, tasty soup is full of flavor but low in calories. It’s also naturally sweet, with carrots and butternut squash.
Can’t keep dandruff flakes from filling your hair and spilling onto your shoulders? Dermatologist Christine Poblete-Lopez, MD, answers this question from our series, The Short Answer.