Many people don’t realize that smoking tobacco is the single most important known risk factor for bladder cancer. Learn about the signs, which are important to recognize for early detection and treatment.
When you’re cooking lean, healthy meats, a dry rub can fire up the flavor. Find recipes for a few simple, flavorful rubs, including Asian, Latin and classic American cuisine.
Did you know that low iron can cause hair loss in some people? Dermatologists Melissa Piliang, MD, and Alok Vij, MD, explain why.
Your pediatrician is an important resource in caring for your teen’s mental health. New guidelines for pediatricians recommend screening adolescents for depression during routine exams.
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Symptoms of thyroid disease can be overlooked or mistaken for other health issues such as menopause. An endocrinologist explains common myths about different thyroid conditions.
Flank steak in the right marinade becomes succulent and tender. The marinade for this dish is based on Cuban mojo, the signature marinade of Cuba. It’s often served in Latin American restaurants as a dipping sauce for meats, poultry and fish. Try this heart-healthy version.
You may have heard that if you want to lose weight, you shouldn’t skip breakfast or eat late at night. Is this really true? Here’s what a medical weight management expert has to say.
You may have heard that crossing your legs can affect your blood pressure. Is this true? Tap or click to reveal the answer from cardiologist Chad Raymond, DO.
Despite a new study’s findings, more research on the effects of acetaminophen during pregnancy is needed. Taking acetaminophen is still safer than ignoring a fever when you’re pregnant.
The first drug specifically developed for migraine prevention has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Should you switch? Headache specialist Zubair Ahmed, MD, weighs in.