Tempted to remove that pesky skin tag whenever you look in the mirror or take a bath? Find out whether it’s a good idea to do at home. Tap or click to reveal the answer.
If a little testosterone is good for a man, a lot should be better, right? So the thinking goes. No wonder interest in “low T” therapy is running so high. Tap or click to find out whether increasing testosterone will increase your fertility.
The merits of PSA (prostate-specific antigen) testing for prostate cancer have long been debated. Does testing identify too many harmless, slow-growing cancers — or does it save lives? Tap or click to reveal the answer.
If you’re worried that stress is making your hair fall out, read on. Tap or click on the answer to this true-or-false question to see what really causes hair loss.
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You’ve heard the warnings about taking too much acetaminophen (Tylenol®, Paracetamol®). Does that make ibuprofen (Advil®, Motrin®) a safer choice? Tap or click to reveal the truth about over-the-counter pain medicines.
If you’re trying to eat healthy, you may opt for sweet potato fries with your sandwich. But are sweet potato fries really nutritious? Tap or click to discover the truth (and get a few tips from a dietitian).
If you’re religious about moisturizing your skin, you’ll want a lotion that really works. Tap or click on the answer to this true-or-false question to learn whether you have to pay top dollar for quality lotions.
Is it time to see someone for that back pain you’ve had for a few weeks? Get the truth from a spine physician about the chances you’ll need medical care.
Think hay fever is mainly an inconvenience? Discover the truth about seasonal allergies (to tree pollens in the spring, grasses in the summer, and ragweed and molds in the fall).
You hear about the growing numbers of children diagnosed with autism. But is it really an epidemic? Learn the truth from about this spectrum of disorders from autism specialist Thomas Frazier, PhD.