Dermatologists have presented seven tips for rheumatologists to improve their collaboration in a recently published article.
Waking up early is certainly a great way to start a day. While there are myriad benefits of waking up early, it is quite difficult to form the habit itself. Here are some ways how to do it:
A team from the Harvard School of Public Health has created a calculator that can assess people's 20-year risk of cardiovascular disease.
There is no scheduled time for acidity to strike. It is diagnosed by discomfort near the chest and causes significant distress. If you frequently suffer from the condition, we've got you covered.
According to experts, running is one of the easiest workouts. The best thing about running is that it doesn't require a gym membership, instead all you need is to take time from a busy schedule and hit the roads.
Arthritis is one of the most common ailments that elders suffer from. Some of its characteristics include swelling in joints and acute pain, which makes it difficult for the person to even perform daily chores.
These days, sleeping disorders are commonplace. There's so much stress and people are hard-pressed for time, they rarely manage time to relax.
Majority of computer users suffer from the symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and a study shows that prolonged sitting while at your desks can increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke.
Most of us dread waking up every morning. However, there are several ways that can make mornings special.
Falling in love is one the most surreal experiences a human kind can get. But not every couple is made for each other. They have fallout and it is quite normal.
Ticks are taking over New York. New research reveals that ticks have survived the harsh winter, and managed to settle comfortably in New York.
Daylight savings will happen 2 a.m. this Sunday, which means that Americans will get an extra hour to do whatever they want this weekend. While an extra hour is great for most people, experts warn that time changes can disrupt the body's circadian rhythm.
Halloween is coming soon, and doctors are giving parents of trick-or-treaters a few safety tips.
More than 140 million Americans are planning on taking a vacation this summer, according to USA Today. If you're one of them, follow these tips to help ensure a smooth, relaxing getaway.
A new app, the Last Longer app, aims to help men tackle premature ejaculation.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.