What you eat and drink can affect your medications. And these food-drug interactions can range from mild to severe. Our pharmacist discusses some of the most common and why timing also matters.
How do you know if your fatigue is normal — or a reason to see your doctor? An expert weighs in on all things sleep, including how much you really need and top ways to fight exhaustion.
A burnt tongue. So annoying. Get four doctor-approved ways to soothe your mouth pain — plus advice on when you need to see a doctor to avoid mouth burn complications.
A new study just found that an antibiotic-resistant form of E. coli is often spread because people don’t wash their hands after using the bathroom. Head to the sink as we tell you how to properly wash up after using the loo.
If you notice something different about your tongue, don’t ignore it. White, red, black or bumps? Those are all things that should be checked out by your doctor.
Hosting a holiday party for guests with food allergies? Get expert tips for making sure your gathering is a merry one and doesn’t end up with someone headed to the emergency room.
Appendicitis can strike at any age. Symptoms of an inflamed appendix can mimic other problems, and it’s always an emergency. Here’s what you need to know.
Crooked or uneven nasal passages can make it harder to breathe and sleep. And many people don’t know they have a problem. Here are five signs you have a deviated septum.
Usually, swollen glands show up when you’re fighting an infection and they aren’t a cause for concern. But occasionally they can be a sign of cancer. In this Q&A, an expert explains when to see your doctor.
The staphylococcus bacteria, which is all around us, causes staph infections. Find out more about types of staph infections and when they’re cause for worry.