Gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye, gives bread its springy texture, but can also give some people severe symptoms. These are gluten-associated conditions commonly confused with celiac disease.
The impact of traumatic brain injury can be serious for those affected, their loved ones and public health. Learn the facts, who’s most at risk and more.
Heart disease shouldn’t prevent most people from traveling, whether by car, train or plane. Before your next trip, follow this Traveling with Heart Conditions Checklist.
We could all use a boost to our mental, physical, and social wellbeing this year. Experts agree that volunteering benefits all three areas, even if done remotely.
Smoking, vaping, and chewing tobacco can cause tooth loss and disease. Is tobacco worth the risk to your oral health? See the infographic to find out for yourself.
If you’re thinking about or planning suicide, know that you aren’t alone in these thoughts, and you don’t have to follow through with them.
The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly supports breastfeeding based on the unequivocal evidence that breastfeeding protects against a variety of diseases and conditions in infants.
Wearing sunscreen and avoiding tanning beds is only part of your smart skin routine. Our infographic provides step-by-step instructions to effectively search your skin for potential changes.
RA is an autoimmune disease that attacks joints and tissues. It causes chronic swelling and pain. We've put together this infographic to help you learn more.
Don’t dismiss strange medical symptoms. While they might sound outlandish or make you feel surreal, these 9 less-known medical symptoms could indicate a problem.
Boys and girls can display very different ADD/ADHD symptoms, which may be why boys are three times more likely to get an ADHD diagnosis than girls.
Kevin O’Donnell didn’t let the devastating diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) impede his activism. Here is his courageous story.