These crispy Italian cookies are so delicious, you won’t notice the missing calories or fat found in traditional almond biscotti.
A slow heart rate, or bradycardia, can be an indicator of strong cardiovascular fitness. But, as you age, it could be a sign of trouble, and even lead to chronic disease.
Are pools and swimming safe during COVID? Experts share how swimmers can stay safe in the pool with the rise of the delta variant.
It’s easy to stop taking most forms of birth control, but intrauterine devices are another story. One study found that only 1 in 5 women is able to successfully remove her own IUD; instead, you should make an appointment with a healthcare professional.
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Pumping at work is a reality for a working mom who wants to continue breastfeeding her baby. Lactation specialists have some tips to keep your milk production strong.
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Headaches are one of the most common symptoms experienced by COVID-19 long-haulers, with the pain often lasting for weeks or even months. A headache specialist says that finding relief isn’t easy.
Our expert explains why a particular side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine mirrors a breast cancer symptom.
Every time you head to the doctor’s office, it’s the same question: “What medications are you taking?” You may know exactly which prescription medications you take every day, but even the most diligent patient may not realize how important it is to tell your healthcare provider about the over-the-counter medications and supplements you take, too.