Pain killers are often over-prescribed and abused. Learn more about the CDC’s suggestions to help doctors prescribe opioids in the right amounts and under the right circumstances.
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Common drugs in your medicine cabinet may cause an extreme reaction when you go out in the sun — and sunscreen alone may not be enough to protect your skin. Learn more.
Older women are at twice the risk of older men for a condition that can lead to kidney stones, osteoporosis and depression. A Cleveland Clinic study finds the disorder is often overlooked.
Insulin pumps can help stabilize blood sugar and reduce injections. But they aren’t perfect. Learn more about the pros and cons of using an insulin pump.
Is gardening a pain for you? Learn tips, tools and techniques from a pain management specialist to avoid injury and manage chronic pain while gardening.
Signs of low blood sugar can be subtle or extreme if you have diabetes. Knowing how hypoglycemia affects you can help avoid major problems.
Fibromyalgia is a medical mystery. We don’t exactly know what causes it. And lab tests can’t diagnose it. But physicians are getting closer to uncovering the truth about it.
When it comes to your health, do you know which body shape is more associated with diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol?
When it comes to prescription pain medications, there’s a lot of misinformation out there. Here’s how to separate fact from fiction.