Most of us take photos of our kids and grandkids because they make us smile. But these photos also can provide useful — or even life-saving — information about eye health.
It’s important to diagnose and treat high blood pressure, which is also known as hypertension. It increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure, kidney failure and death.
Think your spider veins are unsightly? Spider veins can be removed through sclerotherapy. In this procedure, a doctor injects a solution directly into the spider veins, which causes them to instantly collapse and disappear.
Why not be prepared? After all, there’s no predicting when you’ll cut your hand or twist your ankle. Here’s how to build a well-stocked first-aid kit for your car and home.
You power-wash your house. Can you imagine power-washing your lungs? That’s how a rare, once-fatal lung disease called pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP) is treated. Watch what happens in the OR.
Find yourself drinking more than you meant to — or faster than you intended? Five red flags signal when drinking has become a problem in your life. But help is always available, and it’s never too late to ask for it.
For this creative recipe, you’ll be stuffing tomatoes with nutty farro and fresh herbs. Perfect served with grilled fish or on a bed of greens, for lunch or dinner.
Oysters. There’s no disguising the fact that they come from the ocean. They have a distinctive, chewy texture and briny taste that you either love or hate. But are they good for your health?
Do you worry that the skin around your eyes is getting too saggy, baggy or wrinkled? An eyelid lift or brow lift are possible fixes for that. Learn more about your options.
Is your child’s stomachache something to worry about? A pediatric gastroenterologist offers tips about tummy aches in tots and teens, along with advice on when to call or visit the doctor.