How long have you had that bottle of sunscreen? Ever wonder if it expires or still works as it should? A dermatologist explains how long sunscreen lasts, how to store it and when to replace it.
Trade cooking time inside for spending time outside when you try this quick and easy, and delightfully fresh, dish.
If left untreated, high blood sugar can lead to both short-term and long-term health issues. An expert recommends seven ways to lower your blood sugar levels naturally.
Monkeypox is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact (including sex), the exchange of oral and respiratory fluids, and contaminated materials. Safe sex practices are important if you think you or a partner may be infected.
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Sunscreen is essential for protecting your skin from the sun’s UV rays, but sun-protective clothing offers an additional benefit.
Listening to your baby cry for a bit in their crib can be difficult, but it’s a proven way to help your infant learn to go to sleep. Here’s how to help your child learn to sleep on their own.
Thanks in part to the popularity of social media and online video calls, facial dysmorphia is increasing. A psychologist explains.
It’s no secret that pregnancy can take a toll on your body. Have you tried diet and exercise but still aren’t satisfied? A “mommy makeover” can help restore your body to its pre-pregnancy form.
You swear you’re drinking enough water throughout the day. But you may still feel dehydrated. A variety of factors might make it necessary to increase your fluid intake.
If addiction is part of your family’s health history, you’re more prone to develop a substance use disorder. But don’t confuse predisposition with destiny.