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You’ve heard that a heart attack feels like an elephant crushing your chest. Could a heart attack ever cause more subtle pain in other places? Discover the truth from cardiologist Leslie Cho, MD.
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When you have plantar fasciitis, neuromas or bunions, it’s hard to know which shoes will be kind to your feet. Tap or click on each style to see which will help you or hurt you.
You love sugar, but it’s a heartbreaker (sniff, sniff). It’s quick rocket-fuel energy with a crash. These snacks give your body what it needs to quit your sweet addiction.
Duct is good for more than home repairs. Take our Home Remedy quiz to discover which bothersome skin problem duct tape can fix.
Having a mobile lower back is key to being able to perform many activities of daily living.
Do you ever wonder if skin cancer feels itchy? Tap or click to find out whether this is true.
Want to protect the new baby in your family? Hope to avoid the pain of shingles? Keeping up with your immunizations can shield you and those you love from serious (and even life-threatening) illnesses.