You might only think your baseboards and closets benefit from a little spring cleaning. But it turns out your mood does too! Our psychologist explains.
Hello, stress hives (yes, they’re a thing). Here’s what to do if you break out in itchy bumps at the worst possible time.
You might be surprised how much your nails can tell you about your overall health. A dermatologist explains.
Stressful life events can be especially difficult when you’re living with vasculitis. Learn which symptoms can flare up in the most common types of vasculitis, and what strategies to use to start feeling better.
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