When Common Medicines And Hot Temps Are A Bad MixHeat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke are especially common in June as temps begin to rise. And some everyday medications may put you at special risk.
Screening For Colon Cancer Just Got Much YoungerThere is a change to the guidelines for colon cancer screening from the American Cancer Society. They now say to begin screening at age 45 instead of 50.
7 Common Mistakes That Can Make Your Blood Pressure Reading Way OffA simple blood pressure reading is one of the easiest and most common medical procedures. Unfortunately, it is often done incorrectly.
Know Your ABC's When It Comes To MelanomaMelanoma is the deadliest of skin cancer, and rates continue to rise. Although your doctor should do a complete skin exam every year, there are some things you should be doing on your own at least once a month.
Maybe You Need A Boost Of B-12Some new information from the Cleveland Clinic suggests more people than thought may actually benefit from a B-12 boost.
Like Spicy Food? Here's What Happens To Your Brain When You Eat The Hottest Pepper In The WorldWhat happens when you eat the infamous "Carolina Reaper", a pepper 400x hotter than a jalapeno? Well, you can count on a trip to the hospital, wondering if your head is going to explode.
What Do Specialists Recommend For Your Allergic Misery?What’s your best go-to when springtime allergies rear their ugly pollens?
When Half Of Your Brain Is Replaced By Air: A True Medical StoryHow is it possible to live or function when you lose half of your brain, especially when doctors don't know how it happened?
Why Daylight Saving Time Can Be A Deadly TimeThe dreaded weekend is here. The weekend when we lose an extra hour of sleep… Even though it’s one little measly hour, there are some definite health risks that rise when we reset the hands on the clock.
Should Nonsmokers Get Extra Days Off?Researchers say nonsmokers should get at least six extra days of vacation time since they spend more time on the clock working.