Eczema is an allergic reaction that makes skin red and itchy. Dr. Gina Moore Dudley explains the symptoms, treatments and other health conditions that mean you may be more likely to have eczema.
Do you know your blood type? Many people don’t, but blood type informs a lot of health and wellness decisions over the course of your life, so it’s good to know the basics.
No matter your age, the ability to go to sleep comes down to one thing: habit. Creating good ones and breaking bad ones is key. Here are 3 common causes for childhood sleep problems and 5 tips to try.
Here is a primer on prenatal nutrition, as well as a list of foods moms-to-be should avoid.
Everyone knows the term “PTSD,” yet few people know exactly what post-traumatic stress disorder means. Here is a guide.
In the winter, it’s hard to know whether you’re suffering from allergy symptoms, a cold or a sinus infection. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Is an antibiotic really what we need when we’re under the weather?
Postpartum depression occurs in 8-16% of births. Dr. Judith Overton, medical director at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, explains postpartum depression, symptoms, risk factors and treatments.
Commercials for the HPV vaccine are commonplace these days, but many people don’t know much about the disease itself.
Waking up with a paralyzing feeling of stiffness and pain is common for people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a chronic inflammatory disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own joints and tissues. The key to successful treatment is identifying the condition early.