If you’re having elective orthopaedic surgery, you may wonder about exercise programs you can do beforehand to help with recovery. An expert offers a few general tips that can help before a procedure.
Intimidated (but curious) about neti pots? Here’s how they work and tips for using them safely.
Do you worry that the skin around your eyes is getting too saggy, baggy or wrinkled? An eyelid lift or brow lift are possible fixes for that. Learn more about your options.
If your child needs surgery, you probably have a lot of concerns. While there are some risks, anesthesia is very safe for kids. Here’s what you should know.
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Smoking is always bad for you. But here’s why it’s especially bad if you smoke before having surgery.
Many adults actually can find relief from a chronic sore throat by getting their tonsils out. It’s not just a treatment for kids.
Scars on the inside after surgery are known as abdominal adhesions. And they’re common. Find out how you can minimize any trouble they can cause.
If you need to have both knees replaced, should you have them done simultaneously? An orthopedic surgeon explains the benefits and risks of bilateral replacement surgery.
Whether surgeons are delivering a baby or removing gallstones, anesthesiologists are finding new ways to reduce the risk of opioid dependence after elective surgery. Here’s how.
Though we often think about diet and exercise as interventions to promote everyday life and healthiness, but these lifestyle choices also influence the concept of frailty, its relationship to surgical risk and the ability to tolerate surgery later in life.