There are steps you can take to avoid motion sickness – drive instead of ride in a car, sit in the front of the bus and claim an over-wing seat on planes.
Your body’s natural response to stress can increase the amount of acid in your stomach and stress can also affect an area of your brain.
Crash diets: they are a trend and they are popular but very few can deliver long term results.
As you age, you can keep your metabolism high by strength-training twice a week and relieve stress and depression through exercise.
It sounds frightening but many people with atrial fibrillation live long, active lives. Still, it shouldn’t be ignored.
Certain foods make diarrhea worse and certain foods can help with the problem. Here are some tips.
One of the most interesting uses of an endoscopy is wireless esophageal ph monitoring.
We hear lots of talk about the best diets to prevent heart disease: Here are some tips.
Hepatitis C has been called the disease of the baby boomers because they may have been exposed before we knew much about hepatitis C.
Exercise is one of the best stress busters out there. But, there are also other behaviors you can moderate to make a difference.
As many as 75% of all American women experience hot flashes. Here are some strategies that may help.
A gallbladder attack can mimic other conditions such as appendicitis, ulcers, pancreatitis, reflux disease, and even a heart attack. See a doctor.
Panic disorder impacts six million people and two thirds of them are women.
Research found there is a high level of naturally occurring antioxidants in blueberries. The goal is to fight metabolic syndrome.
Put in its simplest form, the flick of a biological switch could encourage cancer cells to kill themselves and not spread. Researchers are looking for that switch.