Your thyroid gland is an important metabolism regulator. Find out why it sometimes must be removed and how life following thyroidectomy is possible.
Sometimes the end result of constructive surgery can only be appreciated when compared to the initial anomaly.
Marijuana is appearing in pizzas, sandwiches, steak sauces, desserts, alcoholic beverages at dispensaries and on high-end restaurant menus. Is it legal and what’s the harm?
Our battle with the bulge has several contributing factors. Many blame weight gain on sugar and fat intake; these are contributing factors. But you may also battle biologic adversaries.
Low back pain remedies used to totter between popping anti-inflammatory drugs throughout the day and surgical vertebral fusion with bolts and plates. The two extremes are still in use but the many solutions in between may surprise you.
Without a BMI chart, a doctor can surmise that a patient with anorexia nervosa is malnourished and someone who is morbidly obese likely has weight related disorders. But what about the physiques in between?
Disequilibrium can bemuse vertigo sufferers for hours, days or longer, often accompanied by nausea, sensitivity to light and sound. Discover how something as simple as water can provide relief.
In what sounds like a clinical study by the Nutty Professor, research shows that snacking on pistachios and almonds might prevent Type 2 Diabetes. Is there any harm or is it all good?
Clarifies common misconceptions about the effect of erectile dysfunction medications and testosterone supplements. See effects of testosterone imbalance and learn how and when to boost testosterone naturally.
Dysautonomia means dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system. Learn how it affects digestive, skeletal, respiratory and cardiovascular systems.