Physical therapists explain how Kegels can help people who’ve had prostate surgery regain continence and stop urinary leakage.
What Selenium Is and Why You Need It (But Not Too Much of It)
“A little bit goes a long way” is a good way to describe selenium, an essential mineral that supports whole-body health.
Recipe: Asian-Seasoned Mustard Greens
Spice up this traditional Southern dish with an Asian twist. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also full of fiber and calcium!
Drink Up: The Connection Between Age and Dehydration
Bodily changes that come with age put older adults at increased risk of dehydration. So, here’s the question: Are you drinking enough?
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Bug Off! 9 Ways To Prevent Mosquito Bites
Mosquitoes are a bane of summer, but you don’t have to resign yourself to becoming their favorite feast. A dermatologist explains how to keep these biting bugs at bay, plus what to do if you suspect that a bite has become infected.
Stop the Tears: Why Onions Are Good for You
Part of the Allium family, onions have a number of surprising health benefits, from lowering your risk of cancer to fending off chronic conditions.
What To Know About the Dangerous Drug Called ‘Tranq’
A veterinary medication called xylazine has earned the nickname of tran “tranq” for its sedating effect in humans. And data shows that xylazine-related overdoses are on the rise, making it clear that this drug has quickly become a serious concern. Here’s what else you need to know.
Best Sleeping Positions for Pain
Does your back, neck or shoulder ache when you get up in the morning? Rest easier with these tips for best sleeping positions.
Recipe Adventure: 5 Tasty Watermelon Recipes To Beat the Heat
Trying to beat the heat and stay healthy this summer? Try these five fresh watermelon recipes.
What We Know (and Don’t Yet Know) About Jujube Fruit’s Benefits
Used for centuries in herbal medicine, jujube fruit is gaining popularity in the U.S. But what do we know and what do we have to learn about it? A registered dietitian explains.