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"24.03.2017 09:01:18" webmd.com 'Sesame Street' Introduces First Character With Autism The children's program is sharing a positive message of inclusion by welcoming Julia, a muppet with autism, to the cast. Sesame Street is breaking new ground by introducing a character with autism, a Muppet named Julia.
"24.03.2017 05:02:20" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Irritable Bowel Syndrome A quick overview of IBS symptoms, causes, medicines, and trigger foods – along with lifestyle tips for managing this disruptive, but common, irritable bowel condition. Anyone can get irritable bowel syndrome, but the condition is twice as common in women as in men.
"24.03.2017 04:06:17" webmd.com Warts: Treatments and Home Remedies WebMD explains traditional treatments and home remedies for warts. People try countless home remedies for warts-- including duct tape, garlic and pineapple juice. But do they work? What you need to know:
"24.03.2017 03:02:24" webmd.com How Do I Know If I Have a Bladder Infection? What's the Treatment? Bladder infections are typically easy to test for and treat, but that's not always the case. Find out what tests you might need and what treatments are available. Bladder infections are the most common type of UTI. They're caused by bacteria and lead to problems like pain in your pelvis.
"24.03.2017 02:39:32" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Feet Say About Your Health Cold feet, misshapen nails, swelling, and numbness can be warning signs of illness. WebMD's pictures help sort out when to call the doctor or simply put on socks and put your feet up. Clubbed toes can be caused by a number of conditions-- including lung and heart disease, liver and digestive disorders, or certain infections.
"24.03.2017 01:24:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Sepsis 101 Sepsis is an extreme reaction to an infection that can -- if untreated -- be deadly. Learn more about the symptoms and treatments for sepsis. Sepsis can be life-threatening, especially if it moves to its later stages -- severe sepsis or septic shock. What to know:
"24.03.2017 00:26:01" webmd.com Risks and Benefits of Probiotics Probiotics are "good" bacteria found in some foods and supplements. They keep your gut healthy and have other benefits for your body, but may have some risks, too. Probiotics are considered safe for most people, but there are some things to consider.
"23.03.2017 23:01:00" webmd.com Vote on Obamacare Repeal Bill Is Delayed Latest version aimed at appeasing Republican critics Key conservative House lawmakers said they could not support the American Health Care Act meant to replace Obamacare, stalling a planned vote.
"23.03.2017 22:01:39" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Need to Know About Crohn's Disease Learn more from WebMD about this form of inflammatory bowel disease. What causes it, who gets it, how is it treated, and how can you live with it? Crohn's disease causes swelling or irritation in the lining of your digestive tract, and scientists still aren't sure what causes it. Here's what you should know:
"23.03.2017 20:01:21" webmd.com Slideshow: Stress-Reducing Foods While there are many ways to cope with stress, one strategy is to eat stress-fighting foods. WebMD shows you which foods to eat as part of a stress management diet. Foods can help tame your stress in several ways -- add these stress-busting foods to your grocery list:
"23.03.2017 19:01:30" webmd.com Strep Throat: What You Need to Know Strep throat can leave you feeling sore and scratchy. Learn what causes this infection and how to tell strep from other sore throat causes. Strep throat is different from other sore throats -- it's caused by a bacteria and needs to be treated differently. What to know:
"23.03.2017 17:30:30" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Endometriosis Pain, abnormal periods, and infertility are symptoms of endometriosis. WebMD's pictures and illustrations show the causes, tests, and treatments for the condition. Endometriosis is a painful condition that affects more than 5.5 million women. What you need to know:
"23.03.2017 16:02:46" Whether you're allergic or not, it's a good idea to know how to treat bee stings. First aid steps to follow:
"23.03.2017 15:00:14" webmd.com Tips to Prevent Poisoning in the Home WebMD gives advice on keeping household poisons out of reach, and what to do in case of exposure to poisons. U.S. poison control centers get more than 2 million calls a year about potential exposure to poisons. Here's what to know about keeping your home safe. #MedsUpAway #NPPW
"23.03.2017 14:03:06" pets.webmd.com Slideshow: 27 Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health WebMD illustrates how pets can improve your health. From lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol to fighting depression and even providing benefits for children with ADHD, pets allow their owners to remain independent yet still retain a healthy Happy National Puppy Day! Show us a pic of your pets who keep you active and healthy.
"23.03.2017 13:01:07" webmd.com Seafood Quiz: Omega-3s, Mercury, and the Truth About Fish Take this WebMD Quiz about fish to see how much you know about omega-3s, raw fish, nutritional values, mercury levels, and wild vs. farm-raised fish. Studies have found that eating baked or broiled fish once a week may help keep our short-term memory sharp.
"23.03.2017 11:00:00" Not sure you're Zen enough to meditate? The truth may change your mind.
"23.03.2017 05:01:29" webmd.com Slideshow: Why Is My Skin Blotchy? What's behind your blotchy skin? Take a look at some of the things that can cause it. Shingles causes a painful rash with blisters. It usually shows up as a single stripe on one side of your body. Learn more:
"23.03.2017 04:05:28" webmd.com Slideshow: Precancerous Skin Lesions and Skin Cancer Like many cancers, skin cancers -- including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma -- start as precancerous lesions. This WebMD slideshow tells you how to spot the early warning signs of skin cancer and seek treatment. Melanoma is not as common as other types of skin cancer, but it's the most serious and potentially deadly. What you need to know:
"23.03.2017 03:02:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Bipolar Disorder Overview Do you or someone you know suffer from bipolar disorder (sometimes called manic depression)? WebMD provides an overview of this disorienting condition that causes extreme shifts in mood. Also called manic depression, bipolar disorder causes extreme shifts in mood. What you should know:
"23.03.2017 02:35:53" webmd.com Slideshow: Medical Mistakes and How to Avoid Them You go to the doctor to get better, but sometimes miscommunication, bad training, or other human error can get in the way of treatment. Find out what you can do to help prevent that. Medical error is the nation's third leading cause of death, behind only cancer and heart disease, according to Johns Hopkins researchers. What you need to know:
"23.03.2017 01:28:02" blogs.webmd.com Purple Powerhouses to Add to Your Diet « Food and Fitness Purple fruits and veggies aren't just novelties. Why you should add them to your plate:
"23.03.2017 00:32:05" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Type 2 Diabetes WebMD offers a pictorial overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes. Cuts that are slow to heal, frequent UTIs or itchy skin can all be red flags of type 2 diabetes. More info:
"22.03.2017 23:00:40" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Deep Vein Thrombosis A painful, swollen leg may be one sign of a dangerous clot. WebMD's slideshow explains the symptoms, treatments, and prevention of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Deep vein thrombosis can be deadly -- and it often doesn't have symptoms. Here's what you should know:
"22.03.2017 22:00:20" webmd.com Slideshow: Tips for Contact Lens Wearers WebMD shows you how to take care of your contact lenses. Find out about cleaning, wearing them for sports and sleeping, and makeup tips for lens wearers. If you're out of contact lens solution, you might be tempted to rinse your lenses with tap water. Don't do it. Here's why:
"22.03.2017 21:00:37" webmd.com The Pill May Protect Against Some Cancers A new study that shows the pill may protect against some cancers. The study, the first of its kind, linked the birth control pill with a 34% lower risk of uterine cancer, as well as reduced risk for colorectal and ovarian cancers.
"22.03.2017 20:00:04" webmd.com 9 Deaths From Breast Implant-Linked Cancer: FDA The disease is most likely to occur with textured implants that have a pebbly surface rather than a smooth one, the FDA says According to the FDA, this rare form of cancer is linked to a specific type of breast implant surface texture.
"22.03.2017 18:00:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Stretch Marks -- Causes and Treatments Why do you get stretch marks? And what can you do about them when you have them? Any health condition that leads to weight gain, sudden growth, or skin problems may cause stretch marks.
"22.03.2017 16:02:01" How to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet A new study says cooking with a cast-iron skillet can actually help you get more iron in your diet. Here's how to keep yours clean:
"22.03.2017 14:03:26" webmd.com How to Stop Any Craving Right When It Hits How to Stop Any Craving Right When It Hits Craving something sweet? Reach for this instead.
"22.03.2017 13:01:51" webmd.com The Truth About Coconut Oil Coconut oil pros and cons: Is it healthier than vegetable oil? WebMD takes a look. While coconut oil shouldn't be considered off-limits, it doesn't quite live up to the hype, either.
"22.03.2017 11:00:00" Sugar Swaps Sugar likes to lurk in surprising places. Here are some foods to watch out for -- and their low-sugar alternatives.
"22.03.2017 05:00:27" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Surprising Clues of Heart Disease Discover some unexpected symptoms that could signal heart trouble. Often, related conditions can raise your risk. Extremely high triglyceride levels can make your skin break out in a yellow-orange bumpy rash around the knuckles.
"22.03.2017 04:06:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Seeds for Your Healthy Diet They're not just for the birds. See WebMD's photos of seeds that offer a tasty, healthy way to spruce up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Wild rice is actually a grass seed-- and has 30 times more antioxidants than white rice.
"22.03.2017 03:04:23" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lupus Lupus symptoms, skin rashes, joint pain, causes, diagnosis, and treatments are explained with pictures in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors. Joint and muscle pain is often the first sign of lupus-- and tends to occur on both sides of the body at the same time.
"22.03.2017 02:30:36" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Help Headache Pain WebMD shows you relaxation techniques, medication, and other methods to fight headache pain. Massages can undo clenched muscles and help you relax, so it can be especially good for stress or tension headaches.
"22.03.2017 01:30:34" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods to Help Erectile Dysfunction Can some foods help your sex life? From coffee to oysters, WebMD shows you what to eat and drink to help with erectile dysfunction. Watermelon has a compound that can have similar effects to ED meds on your blood vessels -- and some studies say it may boost sex drive.
"22.03.2017 00:27:03" webmd.com What's Causing Your Knee Pain? Got knee pain? It can happen for lots of reasons. WebMD shares the top causes. Although you can't prevent all knee injuries, you can take some steps to make them less likely. What to know:
"21.03.2017 23:01:24" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Headache, runny nose or body aches? Tips to help your body heal:
"21.03.2017 21:15:15" webmd.com Slideshow: What to Eat Before and After a Workout The right foods before and after a workout can help boost your results. Learn which ones are best, and which ones to avoid. A classic PB&J before the gym may serve up the protein and carbs your body need during exercise.
"21.03.2017 21:12:43" U.S. Food and Drug Administration Is your child's play space safe? Don't forget to store purses or bags with medicines in them up & away and out of sight. #NationalPoisonPreventionWeek
"21.03.2017 20:15:27" webmd.com Slideshow: Can You Cut Your Risk of Cancer? About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it. About 1 in 3 cancer cases can be prevented. Here are 12 things you can do to cut your risk:
"21.03.2017 19:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Things That Can Affect Your Medication You've been to the doctor, picked up your prescription, and are taking your medicine as directed. But if it's not working like it should, check out these things you eat and drink that can change the way some medications work. Grapefruit changes the way certain cells in your gut take in and move medication through your body -- it can affect more than 50 drugs.
"21.03.2017 18:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is Plantar Fasciitis? If your heel hurts, this might be what's behind it. Here's what you can do to feel better. If you have plantar fasciitis, the tissues in your foot are damaged or torn. How to find relief:
"21.03.2017 16:30:00" How to Choose an Avocado Do you know how to pick a delicious avocado? Or how to save one after slicing it?
"21.03.2017 15:41:25" webmd.com GOP Scraps Individual Mandate, Sets Up New Penalty The penalty would affect people buying insurance who had a lapse in coverage of more than 63 days over a year. A surcharge of 30 percent would be attached to their premiums for a year. What you need to know about the American Health Care Act of 2017, the GOP plan to replace Obamacare:
"21.03.2017 15:03:02" webmd.com Slideshow: 7 Wonders of Water Pure water can help you stay slim, boost your energy, and keep you healthy. See the 7 wonders of water in this slideshow from WebMD. Did you know the right amount of water could help your heart pump blood more effectively? Learn more:
"21.03.2017 14:32:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Thyroid Symptoms and Solutions We look at hidden thyroid disorders, from symptoms to treatments, with pictures and illustrations. Thyroid hormones affect nearly every organ in the body and can influence how quickly the heart beats. What you need to know:
"21.03.2017 11:00:00" No gym required: These 5 moves will strengthen your entire body and give you more energy for the day.
"21.03.2017 05:01:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Scalp Psoriasis -- What You Need to Know Scalp Psoriasis Slideshow: What You Need to Know – Symptoms, Home Remedies, and Medications to Stop Itch, Scaling, and Pain Scalp psoriasis happens when your immune system sends faulty signals and skin cells grow too quickly.
"21.03.2017 04:04:33" webmd.com Slideshow: What Can Vitamin E Do for You? Vitamin E helps protect and maintain healthy skin, hair, and nails. It's important to get enough, but more of a good thing is not always good. Oils and lotions with vitamin E can help with inflammation and boost your skin's defenses. Learn more:
"21.03.2017 03:05:09" webmd.com Diabetes and Foot Problems WebMD gives you tips to prevent foot problems linked to diabetes. These common foot problems can affect anyone, but for people with diabetes, they can lead to infection and serious complications. What to know:
"21.03.2017 02:25:41" webmd.com Slideshow: Lung Cancer Risks -- Myths and Facts Cigar smoke, menthol, pollution? See what can increase your risk of lung cancer and what's fiction. WebMD shows you what to avoid and surprise risks. Just like cigarettes, pipes and cigars put you at risk for cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus, and lungs.
"21.03.2017 01:30:45" blogs.webmd.com Why Time With Our Kids Needs to Be a Priority « WebMD Doctors When I picked up my son from tennis practice yesterday, we didn't go straight home like we usually do – [...] Quality family time is more than just creating fun memories – it's an investment in kids' health. How one pediatrician finds the time with her kids:
"21.03.2017 00:31:18" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Eat Tropical Fruits From the acai berry to the pomegranate, WebMD shows to prepare and serve vitamin-rich, exotic, tropical fruits. Passion fruit is rich in vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber. You'll get just 16 calories per fruit.
"20.03.2017 23:00:39" webmd.com Poisoning-Prevention Tips to help prevent poisoning, especially in children. About 80% of poisonings occur in children ages 1 to 4 years -- here's what to know about preventing poisoning around the home. #MedsUpAway #NPPW
"20.03.2017 22:01:23" webmd.com Pictures: What's Missing From Your Diet? If you feel like something is a little off, but you're not sure exactly what, you may not be getting enough of some key vitamins or minerals. Depending on what's going on, there might be a food (or supplement) for that. Dry eyes might be caused by allergies or wearing contact lenses, but another possibility is that you're not getting enough omega-3 fatty acids.
"20.03.2017 21:00:57" webmd.com Tips to Stop Tension Headaches Before They Start Want to stop tension headaches in their tracks? Try these strategies. Want to stop tension headaches in their tracks? Try these strategies:
"20.03.2017 20:00:34" pets.webmd.com Blue Wilderness Dog Food Recalled The food may have elevated levels of naturally-occurring beef thyroid hormones RECALL ALERT: Cans of Blue Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe dog food recalled due to elevated levels of a beef hormone.
"20.03.2017 19:00:33" webmd.com Remote Tribe May Have Healthiest Hearts on Earth Days spent hunting, farming and eating unprocessed foods keeps their arteries clear, researcher says The people of this Amazonian tribe appear to have the best heart health in the world. What researchers found:
"20.03.2017 18:00:00" New WebMD Pregnancy App for iPhone Track your pregnancy health and get important, on-the-go prenatal info with the new WebMD Pregnancy App for iPhone! http://taps.io/BqZsQ
"20.03.2017 17:12:17" webmd.com 'Sesame Street' Introduces First Character With Autism The children's program is sharing a positive message of inclusion by welcoming Julia, a muppet with autism, to the cast. Sesame Street is breaking new ground by introducing a character with autism, a Muppet named Julia.
"20.03.2017 16:00:56" webmd.com Pot Use Tied to Higher Stroke, Heart Failure Odds Study couldn't prove cause and effect, but experts say it's another risk factor to heed Marijuana use was associated with a 26% increased risk of stroke and a 10% increased risk of heart failure, according to the researchers.
"20.03.2017 15:01:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Super Foods for Your Bones WebMD shows you how to build strong bones -- and stave off osteoporosis -- through a diet rich in high-calcium foods that might surprise you. Five medium fresh figs have around 90 milligrams of calcium and other skeleton-saving nutrients like potassium and magnesium.
"20.03.2017 13:00:59" webmd.com How This Couple Lost 300 Pounds Together in a Year See this duo's amazing transformation after supporting each other in their journey to better health. “When you have 100+ pounds to lose, the best way to start exercising is to do more today than you did yesterday."
"20.03.2017 11:00:44" Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, minus the needles. But does it work? Here's the truth:
"20.03.2017 05:01:18" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know How Diabetes Affects Skin? Diabetes and skin problems can go hand in hand. Take this quiz to see how much your know about diabetes and skin issues. If you have diabetes, you have a higher chance of getting a skin infection too. What to know about caring for your largest organ:
"20.03.2017 04:03:24" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Autism WebMD helps you recognize symptoms of autism in your child and to learn about diagnosis and treatments. Autism spectrum disorders affect 1 in 68 children -- what to know about signs and treatments:
"20.03.2017 03:01:59" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Hernias Hernias often don't cause many symptoms, but they can lead to some serious problems. Learn about what to look for and how they're treated. While a hernia may start out as a harmless bulge, it can get bigger and start to hurt. In some cases, it can even be life-threatening. When to see a doctor:
"20.03.2017 02:34:08" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Many cold and flu symptoms can start the same. How to tell the difference:
"20.03.2017 01:30:36" blogs.webmd.com OTC Medicines: What Parents Need to Know « Public Health More than 240 million people rely on over-the-counter (OTC) medicines. With self-care on the rise, it's important that patients know how to use, store, and dispose of OTCs safely —especially when they have young children at home. Don't tell your children medicine is candy, even if they don't like to take their medicine. #MedsUpAway #NPPW
"19.03.2017 23:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Bedbugs: What's In Your Sheets? Take an informative look at what bedbugs look like in this WebMD slideshow. Learn how to spot bedbugs before they get you. Don't let the bedbugs bite, because you'll sleep through it -- how to recognize the signs of an infestation, and what you can do about it:
"19.03.2017 22:01:01" symptoms.webmd.com Cold and Flu Conditions in Your Area Are colds and flus in your neighborhood? Prepare yourself, know the symptoms, and feel better. Cold and flu season's not over yet -- find out what conditions are like in your area:
"19.03.2017 20:00:52" webmd.com Slideshow: Reasons You're Not Losing Weight If you think you're doing all the right things, like cutting calories and exercising, and you're not losing weight, there are a number of possible reasons for it. Not losing weight but feel like you're doing everything right? Check this list for secret weight-loss wreckers:
"19.03.2017 19:00:34" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Brain Cancer Even a small, slow-growing brain tumor can affect how you talk or think. Find out about the symptoms of brain cancer, what causes it, and how it's treated. Some brain tumors are cancer and some aren't -- but because your brain is your body's control center, you have to take all of them seriously.
"19.03.2017 17:30:12" webmd.com 'Flu-Like' Illnesses Spread Misery Nationwide Cases of 'influenza-like illness' are being reported across the country, with high activity in the South and Southeast Bad colds and viruses can mimic the flu, and cases of “influenza-like illness” are being reported all across the country.
"19.03.2017 16:00:00" Musculoskeletal Pain Management Musculoskeletal pain is one of the most common types of pain. Find out about its causes and how you can manage it:
"19.03.2017 15:00:29" webmd.com High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): What It Is, How to Do It WebMD tells you what you need to know about a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout. Not only does this workout save you time -- you'll keep on burning calories for two hours after your workout.
"19.03.2017 13:01:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea Most of us like the ritual -- not to mention the caffeine boost -- that comes with a cup of tea or coffee. But it can be good for your health, too. Your morning coffee or tea isn't just a good eye-opener -- they also contain antioxidants that help your body fight free radicals.
"19.03.2017 11:00:00" Weight Loss Timeline Baby weight? Freshman 15? Spare tire that won't quit? Whatever the weight you want to lose, here are some pointers:
"19.03.2017 09:00:36" webmd.com Stem Cells Hold Promise, Peril for Eye Disease One report warns of 3 women blinded by macular degeneration treatment in 'trial,' another details success story The unproven treatment that blinded 3 women involved injecting stem cells derived from the women's own fat into their eyes.
"19.03.2017 07:00:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Sleep Apnea Myths Is it just snoring, or is it something more serious? WebMD sets the record straight on some myths and facts surrounding sleep apnea. Snoring can be a symptom of sleep apnea, but there's a big difference between the two.
"19.03.2017 05:03:12" webmd.com Slideshow: a Visual Guide to Understanding Fibromyalgia What is fibromyalgia? See pictures explaining symptoms, muscle pain, fatigue, tests, causes, and treatments. When these possible tender points are pressed, people with fibromyalgia feel pain, while people without the condition only feel pressure.
"19.03.2017 04:03:52" webmd.com Head and Neck Cancer: What to Know Head and neck cancers start in the cells that line these parts of the body. Find out what causes it, what the symptoms are, and how to treat it. There are 5 main types of head and neck cancer -- and the symptoms are a bit different for each. More info:
"19.03.2017 03:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is TMJ (or TMD)? A problem with the joints that let you open and close your mouth can cause pain and stiffness, and change how your teeth fit together. Find out what you can do about it. A clicking or a popping sound isn't a sign of TMD unless you have other symptoms, like pain, along with it. Learn more:
"19.03.2017 02:39:35" webmd.com Skin Tags Quiz: Causes, Dangers, and Removal of Skin Tags Take this WebMD quiz to test your knowledge of skin tags -- how to identify them and how you can remove skin tags. True or false: If you remove skin tags, they will spread.
"19.03.2017 01:30:18" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Uterine Fibroids WebMD's pictures show you all about fibroid symptoms, treatments, and the causes of this common female problem. Also see the different types of fibroids and when to see a doctor. While it's unclear why women develop fibroids, some patterns have been observed. What you need to know:
"18.03.2017 23:00:41" webmd.com Why Does My Shoulder Hurt? My shoulder hurts. How do I know if it's separated, dislocated, frozen, or something else altogether? You can treat some shoulder injuries at home with rest and ice-- but some injuries need professional help. Signs that you need to see a doctor:
"18.03.2017 22:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Stress-Reducing Foods While there are many ways to cope with stress, one strategy is to eat stress-fighting foods. WebMD shows you which foods to eat as part of a stress management diet. Eating raw veggies can help ease your stress in a purely mechanical way-- it releases your clenched jaw, which may ward off tension.
"18.03.2017 21:02:05" webmd.com Can Coconut Oil Help Psoriasis Symptoms? Find out from WebMD how coconut oil can -- and can't -- help treat your symptoms of psoriasis. If you're looking for a natural remedy to add to your psoriasis treatment plan, coconut oil gets a lot of buzz. What to know:
"18.03.2017 20:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: Sudden Health Problems After 50 After you hit 50, those aches and pains can suddenly turn serious. Here are a few things to watch out for in middle age. Aches and pains you didn't worry about in your 20s and 30s can be signs of something serious in middle age. What you need to know:
"18.03.2017 19:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Knee Replacement Find out what to expect with knee replacement surgery in this WebMD slideshow. Knee replacement surgery can help with severe arthritis pain and may help you walk easier too. Here's what happens during the operation:
"18.03.2017 16:00:01" Need some quick protein after your workout? Make a batch of these no-bake power bars for a fast, healthy snack.
"18.03.2017 15:01:12" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know the Benefits of Walking? Is walking really the best medicine for your heart? How about your waistline? Your bones? Test your knowledge and find out how to walk your way to better health. Just a little walking can do wonders to help your blood move through your body the way it should.
"18.03.2017 13:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Foods That Fight Pain What you eat could make you feel better. Discover foods, nutrients, and spices that can help lessen inflammation and ease your aches. Blueberries have lots of phytonutrients that may fight inflammation and lessen your pain.
"18.03.2017 11:25:51" Psoriasis begins inside your body when your immune system goes into overdrive and affects the skin production process.
"18.03.2017 07:00:21" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Try swallowing, yawning, or chewing sugar-free gum to open plugged ears. More info on ear pressure and pain:
"18.03.2017 05:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic fatigue is a great imitator of other illnesses. WebMD's pictures help explain the true symptoms of CFS so people can get the proper diagnosis and treatment. Everyone feels sluggish now and then. The difference with CFS is that the fatigue is overwhelming and lasts for at least 6 months.
"18.03.2017 04:04:53" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Hernias Hernias often don't cause many symptoms, but they can lead to some serious problems. Learn about what to look for and how they're treated. While a hernia may start out as a harmless bulge, it can get bigger and start to hurt. In some cases, it can even be life-threatening. What to know:
"18.03.2017 03:01:35" webmd.com Why Does My Neck Hurt? Poor posture, the way you sleep, even carrying a heavy bag can leave with you a sore neck. What can you do to relieve the pain? And what can you do to keep it from recurring? Neck pain can be caused by a number of things-- including poor posture, the way you sleep, arthritis or an infection. How to relieve the pain:
"18.03.2017 02:33:26" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Cancer Symptoms to Know From lumps and redness to weight loss and fatigue, WebMD shows you possible cancer symptoms, what these signs might mean, and when it could be time to call your doctor. Losing 10 pounds or more without trying could be a first sign of cancer of the pancreas, stomach, esophagus or lung.
"18.03.2017 01:28:04" webmd.com Intensive Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Promising Up to 40 percent experienced temporary remission, small study finds Up to 40% of patients treated experienced complete or partial remission for 3 months from type 2 diabetes, the study found.
"18.03.2017 00:31:21" webmd.com Slideshow: Sleep Apnea Myths Is it just snoring, or is it something more serious? WebMD sets the record straight on some myths and facts surrounding sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is more than just snoring -- it's been linked to job-related injuries, car accidents, heart attacks, and strokes. What you should know:
"17.03.2017 23:01:03" webmd.com Marketside Pizzas Recalled Over Possible Listeria More than 21,000 pounds of frozen Marketside Extra Large Supreme Pizzas are recalled RECALL ALERT: Frozen Marketside pizza is being recalled over possible listeria contamination. More info:
"17.03.2017 22:00:57" webmd.com What Causes Psoriasis? We don't know the exact cause of psoriasis, but it's likely a combination of genes and triggers that sets off your immune system. WebMD explains. Scientists aren't sure what's at the root of psoriasis, but they have identified a few things that trigger flare-ups:
"17.03.2017 21:00:25" pets.webmd.com Overweight Pets Face Health Woes, Too, FDA Says More than half of dogs, cats in the Land of Plenty weigh too much About 58% of cats and 54% of dogs in the U.S. are overweight, according to a recent survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.
"17.03.2017 20:01:26" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Schizophrenia Hearing voices is one of the many symptoms of schizophrenia, a mental illness explained in WebMD's slideshow. Brain scans may eventually help scientists explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments for the disease. Some signs of schizophrenia may mimic depression, but it's usually characterized by three key symptoms. Find out more:
"17.03.2017 18:30:10" webmd.com Selena Gomez Opens Up About How Therapy Changed Her Life The singer and actress reveals why she entered rehab for the second time. Selena Gomez credits this innovative therapy with helping her overcome debilitating anxiety and depression.
"17.03.2017 17:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Type 2 Diabetes WebMD offers a pictorial overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes. About 1 in 3 people with type 2 diabetes don't know they have it. Here are the signs to look out for:
"17.03.2017 16:00:32" What Parents of Twins Want You to Know What to expect when you're expecting double -- parents of twins share their advice for welcoming two babies at once:
"17.03.2017 15:01:38" webmd.com The Basics of Psoriasis WebMD's guide to psoriasis, including types, symptoms, and causes. Plaque psoriasis is considered an autoimmune disease, and doctor's aren't sure why people get it. Learn more:
"17.03.2017 13:01:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Reasons You're Not Losing Weight If you think you're doing all the right things, like cutting calories and exercising, and you're not losing weight, there are a number of possible reasons for it. People who eat lunch out daily can weigh up to 5 pounds more than those who brown-bag it.
"17.03.2017 11:01:45" Is the R.I.C.E. method still the way to handle a minor sprain? When should you have a doctor look at it? What to know:
"17.03.2017 05:01:29" webmd.com Eyelid Inflammation (Blepharitis) This common eye condition called blepharitis can make you lose your eyelashes and cause dry eyes and blurred vision. Find out more from the experts at WebMD about the symptoms and what you can do about them. If your eyelashes are crusted together first thing every morning, you may have blepharitis.
"17.03.2017 04:06:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Scabies Symptoms, Cause, and Treatments See scabies skin rashes, symptoms (night itching), treatments, and home care in this WebMD slideshow. Pictures show the itch mite, how it spreads, who gets scabies, and how to get rid of it. At first, scabies can be mistaken for acne or mosquito bites because the rash looks similar. What you need to know:
"17.03.2017 03:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: The Best Diets When You Have Diabetes Which popular eating plans are safe and effective? The right diet will help you control your blood sugar, get a handle on your weight, and feel better. The right diet will help you control your blood sugar, get a handle on your weight, and feel better.
"17.03.2017 02:35:40" webmd.com Quiz: What Do Your Dreams Say About You? What do your dreams and nightmares say about you? Take this WebMD quiz and find out. True or false: Some people don't dream.
"17.03.2017 00:28:03" webmd.com Eczema vs. Acne: Which Is It? Red, inflamed skin? WebMD tells you how to tell if it's acne or eczema. Both eczema and acne are common skin problems that can happen at any age-- but they are different in many ways. What to know:
"16.03.2017 20:39:59" webmd.com Stem Cells Hold Promise, Peril for Eye Disease One report warns of 3 women blinded by macular degeneration treatment in 'trial,' another details success story Three women were permanently blinded at a Florida eye clinic that performed an unproven stem-cell therapy on their eyes.
"16.03.2017 19:01:39" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Many cold and flu symptoms can start the same. How to tell the difference:
"16.03.2017 18:00:47" webmd.com Slideshow: Fun Facts About Fruits and Vegetables Find out things you may not know about some of your favorite fruits and vegetables. Did you know kiwis have twice the vitamin C of an orange? Learn more:
"16.03.2017 16:10:00" Your thyroid affects your body a lot more than you think. Test your knowledge now:
"16.03.2017 14:01:19" webmd.com 19 Reasons to Start Strength Training 19 Reasons to Start Strength Training Lifting weights does so much more than build muscle.
"16.03.2017 13:00:57" webmd.com Slideshow: Fat-Fighting Foods Grapefruit, hot peppers, vinegar, and more appear on WebMD's list of fat-fighting foods -- along with surprising facts about how they may work. Studies suggest nuts can promote weight loss and improve cholesterol levels when eaten in moderation. Learn more:
"16.03.2017 11:00:00" The Truth About Organic Food For now, there's no clear proof that organic food boosts your health -- so is it worth the extra cost? What to know before you buy:
"16.03.2017 05:01:20" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Urinary Tract Infections From intense pain to a "silent" infection, UTI symptoms can vary greatly. WebMD's pictures show the tests, causes, and treatments for bladder and kidney infections. An untreated bladder infection can spread to the kidneys. Signs of this include:
"16.03.2017 04:06:29" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Problems in Your Mouth Sores, painful gums, bad breath -- what's going on in your mouth? Found out with our slideshow of the most common mouth problems. Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease. What you need to know about symptoms and how to prevent it:
"16.03.2017 03:02:15" webmd.com Understanding Symptoms of Aneurysm Get the basics on symptoms of aneurysms from the experts at WebMD. Detecting an aneurysm yourself is difficult since there are rarely symptoms -- your best bet is to know if you're at risk and take preventative steps.
"16.03.2017 02:33:49" webmd.com Slideshow: Identify Bugs and Bug Bites, From Spiders to Scorpions Learn to identify ticks, poisonous spiders, fleas, chiggers, and other bugs. See what their bites and stings look like -- and how to find relief. The puss caterpillar is the most poisonous in the U.S. When one stings, you may get waves of intense pain, rash, fever, vomiting, and muscle cramps.
"16.03.2017 01:34:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Dry Eyes and What You Can Do About Them Check out these things that make your eyes irritated and uncomfortable, and find out how to treat and prevent them. Dry eyes can sometimes be a symptom of autoimmune diseases, like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. More info:
"15.03.2017 23:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: Food Frauds That Can Wreck Your Diet WebMD lists 21 foods that seem healthy but can be shockingly high in fat, sugar, and calories. Tips show better options that still taste great. Anything labeled "light" is enticing when you're watching your weight-- but often the food is not what you expect.
"15.03.2017 22:01:18" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Surprising Clues of Heart Disease Discover some unexpected symptoms that could signal heart trouble. Often, related conditions can raise your risk. Can you get a grip on heart health? What your hand strength can tell you about your heart:
"15.03.2017 20:53:41" webmd.com Medical Groups Sound the Alarm on Climate Change Altered weather patterns may already hurt your health, nation's physicians warn Amid reports that the Environmental Protection Agency is dropping climate change from environmental reviews, 11 U.S. medical societies declare it a major threat to public health.
"15.03.2017 20:30:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Cut Your Odds of a Stroke You may not be able to change your genes, but there are some things you can do to lower your risk of a stroke. For every 7 grams of fiber you add to your daily diet, your stroke risk decreases by 7%.
"15.03.2017 19:00:47" webmd.com Slideshow: Gross Things in Your House Your house is full of bacteria -- some of them in surprising places. Click through to find out where. When was the last time you cleaned your coffee maker?
"15.03.2017 17:13:48" webmd.com Chrissy Teigen Shares Her Struggle With Postpartum Depression The model and author got candid about the painful time following the birth of her daughter last April. Chrissy Teigen opens up about her battle with postpartum depression: "I don't want people who have it to feel embarrassed or alone."
"15.03.2017 16:00:00" The symptoms of sciatica tend to appear suddenly and can last for days or weeks. What to know:
"15.03.2017 15:00:22" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods that Help or Hurt Your Thyroid What you eat can affect how your thyroid works. This WebMD slideshow tells you which foods make a difference. Brazil nuts help your thyroid in two ways. Not only are they a good source of iron, but they're also rich in selenium.
"15.03.2017 14:05:05" webmd.com 'Flu-Like' Illnesses Spread Misery Nationwide Cases of 'influenza-like illness' are being reported across the country, with high activity in the South and Southeast Bad colds and viruses can mimic the flu-- cases of “influenza-like illness” are being reported all across the country. What you need to know:
"15.03.2017 13:01:24" webmd.com Quiz: The Weather and Your Health Test your knowledge of how the weather affects your health with this quiz. Migraines can be triggered by which of the following: Extreme heat or cold, high humidity or stormy weather?
"15.03.2017 11:00:00" Multiple sclerosis is a chronic and potentially debilitating condition that impacts your central nervous system. Here's what to know:
"15.03.2017 05:05:21" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Cervical Cancer WebMD's slideshow explains the symptoms, causes, treatments, and survival rates for cervical cancer. A close link to the HPV virus offers a way to prevent many cases. More than 12,000 new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed each year in the U.S. What you need to know:
"15.03.2017 04:05:08" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Need to Know About Crohn's Disease Learn more from WebMD about this form of inflammatory bowel disease. What causes it, who gets it, how is it treated, and how can you live with it? Crohn's disease can affect other body parts besides your intestines. What you need to know:
"15.03.2017 03:04:58" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Heart Disease WebMD's visual overview of heart disease, including symptoms to watch for, diagnostic tests, treatments, and prevention strategies. Heart disease covers several conditions. Learn the warning signs of each:
"15.03.2017 02:37:56" webmd.com Contagious Disease Quiz: Can You Catch It? Test your knowledge of contagious diseases with this WebMD quiz. True or false: A person with a cold is most contagious in the first 2 to 3 days.
"15.03.2017 01:30:04" webmd.com Vulto Cheese Recall Expanded An outbreak of listeriosis linked to the cheeses has caused 6 illnesses and 2 deaths RECALL ALERT: A recall of raw milk cheeses linked with a deadly listeria infection outbreak has been expanded by Vulto Creamery. More info:
"15.03.2017 00:32:17" webmd.com Slideshow: Worst Foods for Your Belly Chips, beer, and fatty red meat top the list of big-belly foods that make men weak in WebMD's slideshow on how to spot and swap the usual suspects. One order of boneless buffalo-style chicken wings packs about 1,160 calories-- not counting dips. Try these healthy swaps instead:
"14.03.2017 23:00:46" webmd.com Quiz: Know Your Knees Is that cracking and popping normal? Know how many knees dogs have? Find out the answers to these and other questions about knees in this WebMD quiz. Every time you walk, the force on your knees is 3 to 6 times your weight. Learn more:
"14.03.2017 22:01:04" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Atrial Fibrillation See inside a heart during atrial fibrillation. WebMD shows the causes, tests, and treatments for this common heart rhythm problem though illustrations and photos. The most common triggers of Afib are conditions that strain your heart. What to know:
"14.03.2017 21:08:33" webmd.com Why Are Babies Sleeping in Boxes? These cardboard boxes help reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of death. Turns out, the boxes are an effective way to reduce the risk of infant death due to sleep-related causes, such as SIDS -- and their use is spreading.
"14.03.2017 20:00:15" webmd.com Cystic Fibrosis Patients Live Longer in Canada Canadians with the lung disease live about 10 years longer on average, study finds Researchers credit diet, better access to lung transplants, and universal health care with the 10 year boost to Canadian patient life span.
"14.03.2017 19:01:01" webmd.com Parenthood an Elixir for Longevity? Study found link, but researchers can't say for sure why Being a parent may ultimately help you live a little longer, according to a new study.
"14.03.2017 18:00:00" Looking for a hearty and healthy dish to make tonight? Served with cornbread, this beef and beer chili will hit the spot!
"14.03.2017 17:31:00" webmd.com Quiz: Cardio vs. Weights Which is better for you -- running or pumping iron? Find out how much you know about the best exercise for your body. Do you know how many minutes of cardio adults should get each week?
"14.03.2017 16:01:00" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Your Blood Type? Everyone's blood looks the same, but it's definitely not. Test your knowledge of blood types. People with which blood type are more likely to have memory problems: A, AB, AB?
"14.03.2017 15:01:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Home Remedies for Migraines Here's what you can do at home to relieve migraine pain -- and help prevent another one from happening:
"14.03.2017 14:00:53" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Feeling under the weather? How to tell if it's the cold or flu:
"14.03.2017 13:01:17" webmd.com How Well Do You Know Your Pancreas? Your pancreas does a lot for you. True or false: The pancreas can attack itself.
"14.03.2017 11:00:00" What doesn't your liver do? Besides taking toxins out of your blood, your liver has about 500 jobs!
"14.03.2017 05:31:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Treating & Preventing Cold Sores Besides being itchy and painful, cold sores make you feel self-conscious. This slideshow illustrates how to prevent and treat cold sores caused by the herpes virus. HSV-1 lives in your nerves. It's pretty quiet most of the time, but you may have triggers that bring it out of hiding -- and cause cold sores.
"14.03.2017 04:28:03" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Prostate Cancer WebMD's slideshow covers prostate cancer: who's at risk, symptoms, tests, staging, treatments, survival, and foods that may help lower your risk for prostate cancer. In the early stages, men may have no symptoms of prostate cancer. Later, symptoms can include:
"14.03.2017 03:32:02" webmd.com Slideshow: When a Loved One Has Alzheimer's Disease WebMD's caregiver's guide to understanding Alzheimer's disease symptoms and stages. Includes tips to avoid caregiver burnout. In its first stages, Alzheimer's may not be obvious to friends and family. Early warning signs to watch for:
"14.03.2017 02:26:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Kids' Eczema Skin Care Dos and Don'ts Keeping your child's skin healthy can be tricky if he or she has eczema. Know what to do and what not to do. Skin with eczema is at risk for bacteria or viruses. Keep an eye out for these signs of infection, so you can treat them quickly:
"14.03.2017 01:29:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriatic Arthritis: Tips to Fight Fatigue Psoriatic arthritis can wear you out. Learn how to beat the fatigue. Zap fatigue by getting plenty of Zzz's. Tips to help you get a good night's sleep:
"14.03.2017 00:30:29" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Foods That Are Good for Your Eyes Discover an array of foods (beyond carrots) with nutrients that will help your eyes stay healthy now and later. Grab a handful of sunflower seeds for eye health -- an ounce contains half the daily recommended intake of vitamin E, which can slow macular degeneration and prevent cataracts.
"13.03.2017 23:01:07" webmd.com Quiz: Blood Clots - Your Body's Built-In Bandage Test your knowledge about how, when, and why blood turns from liquid to solid -- and why it matters. Which of the following tells your body to make a blood clot: Temperature changes, chemical signals or blood pressure changes?
"13.03.2017 21:01:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Abbreviations Your Doctor Uses EKG, UTI, RICE and more: Click through to find out what each letter means and why it's important. FAST? BRAT? MIND? A visit to the doctor can sometimes feel like alphabet soup -- here's our guide to some common medical abbreviations.
"13.03.2017 20:00:57" webmd.com E. coli Cases Grow, SoyNut Butter Recall Expands A multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 that may be linked to a peanut butter substitute has sickened 12 people in several states, the CDC says. RECALL ALERT: The SoyNut Butter Company has expanded its recall of peanut butter substitute products linked to an E. coli outbreak in nine states. Learn more:
"13.03.2017 19:01:32" webmd.com What Are Pustules? That bulging patch of skin can be a sign of many health conditions. Find out what causes pustules and how they're treated from WebMD. Several conditions, ranging from something as common as acne to the once-deadly disease smallpox, can cause pustules. More on causes and treatments:
"13.03.2017 18:00:13" webmd.com Synthetic Pot Tied to Risky Sex, Violence in Teens Product has unpredictable, potentially dangerous effects, doctors warn Teens who used synthetic pot were more prone to being injured or to engage in violent behaviors than those who used only marijuana, a new study says.
"13.03.2017 16:00:00" How to Clean Your Cell Phone Do you need to use disinfecting wipes or rubbing alcohol on your phone? Some tips for keeping your device clean:
"13.03.2017 15:06:56" webmd.com Slideshow: Common Phobias Afraid of crowds? Fearful of flying? WebMD investigates common phobias and how they can sometimes seriously affect our lives. When talking about phobias, which are a kind of anxiety disorder, experts divide them into 3 categories. Learn more:
"13.03.2017 14:26:05" fit.webmd.com How to Power Nap in 4 Simple Steps Behold the refreshing power of power naps! Recharge and refresh the natural way, without caffeine. It's National Napping Day! Here's how to re-energize with a power nap:
"13.03.2017 13:01:49" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Ways to Speed Up Your Metabolism WebMD offers 10 tips to increase your metabolism and speed up the rate at which you burn calories and lose weight. Did you know your body burns more calories digesting protein than it does eating fat or carbohydrates? Learn more:
"13.03.2017 11:00:00" Ways Your Dog Can Help You Lose Weight Dogs: Furry best friends or weight-loss wingmen? They're both! Here's why:
"13.03.2017 05:02:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Weird Mouth Disorders You may not have heard of these mouth disorders, but in most cases, you can treat them. Some of these may look weird, but they're not all harmful. What you should know:
"13.03.2017 04:09:31" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Eyes Say About Your Health From high cholesterol to liver disease, your eyes can be a window into your body's health. They say eyes are the window to the soul -- but they're also a window to your health. How to see what they're telling you:
"13.03.2017 03:01:03" webmd.com Sleep Paralysis Have you ever been dozing off or waking up and unable to move or speak? The experts at WebMD explain the phenomenon of sleep paralysis. As many as 4 out of every 10 people may have sleep paralysis. What to know:
"13.03.2017 02:32:25" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Stomach (Gastric) Cancer Diagnosed with stomach cancer? These pictures take a look at symptoms, treatment, and lifestyle changes that help you deal with gastric cancer. The bacteria H. pylori is one of the main causes of gastric cancer, and the only way to know you have it is with a blood test. What you should know:
"13.03.2017 01:01:03" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Enter your cold and flu symptoms to get personalized product recommendations. If you have muscle or body aches, a warm bath can help ease the pain. More tips to feel better:
"13.03.2017 00:01:07" webmd.com 'Biggest Loser' Host Bob Harper: I'm Healing After Heart Attack A cardiologist weighs in on why someone who seems so healthy and fit could have a heart attack. As part of his recovery from a heart attack, Bob Harper's doctor recommended the Mediterranean diet. More about the heart-healthy eating plan:
"12.03.2017 23:01:11" webmd.com 5 Morning Habits Health Experts Swear By Find out how doctors, trainers, and nutritionists start each day on a healthy note. Creating healthy morning habits pays off -- start by trying at least one of these tomorrow:
"12.03.2017 22:00:29" webmd.com Slideshow: Ringworm -- A Collection of Photos Ringworm is a common skin infection otherwise known as tinea. It is caused by a fungus. While there are multiple forms of ringworm, the most common affect the skin on the body (tinea corporis), the scalp (tinea capitis), the feet (tinea pedis, or Ringworm isn't caused by a worm -- it's a fungal infection that forms a ring-shaped rash. What you should know about preventing it:
"12.03.2017 21:00:48" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Things That Hurt Your Liver Alcohol and acetaminophen are well-known liver dangers, but what else can be harmful? WebMD says some of them may surprise you. Did you know some studies show sugar can be as damaging to your liver as alcohol? Learn more about protecting your liver:
"12.03.2017 19:01:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Understanding Stem Cell Transplants for Blood Cancers Interested in cancer treatment? WebMD shows you how stem cell transplants can be used to treat blood cancers like multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The high-dose chemotherapy or radiation used to kill blood cancer also kills healthy bone marrow. Here's how doctors restore valuable bone marrow after treatment:
"12.03.2017 18:01:12" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Your Heart Health Do you know how to keep your heart healthy? Take this WebMD quiz and find out. The most common sign of a heart attack is chest pain or discomfort -- but it's not always one of the symptoms. What you can watch out for:
"12.03.2017 17:01:18" webmd.com Strawberries Top Produce Pesticide List Spinach was second place on the Environmental Working Group's annual list of fruits and vegetables containing the most pesticides Headed to the grocery store today? Read this before you hit the produce section:
"12.03.2017 16:00:00" The Truth About Cleaning Your Ears Stop. Putting. Things. In. Your. Ears.
"12.03.2017 15:00:58" webmd.com Slideshow: Reasons You're Not Hungry Don't feel like eating? Find out what may be behind your lack of appetite. Loss of appetite can come from something as simple as stress, or it can be a sign of something more serious. What you should know:
"12.03.2017 13:01:18" Timeline Photos Does springing ahead put a spring in your step or leaving you dragging? Here's what daylight saving time does to your body: http://wb.md/2mbpMRI
"12.03.2017 12:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: Practical Morning Tips for RA Need help getting up and going with RA? WebMD shows you easy ways to get moving in the morning when you have rheumatoid arthritis. Don't let joint pain give you a slow start to the day -- these 10 tips will help loosen up your morning routine:
"12.03.2017 11:00:00" Weight Loss Myths Carbs are not the enemy -- here's how to pick the right ones:
"12.03.2017 07:31:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Boils and the Skin Pictures show different types of boils, as well as the symptoms, causes, and treatments for these painful skin infections. Are boils contagious? What you need to know:
"12.03.2017 06:27:04" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to High Blood Pressure See inside the arteries where high blood pressure can lurk without outward symptoms. WebMD explains the causes, tests, treatments, and remedies to stop this "silent killer." If your blood pressure is too high, it raises the heart's workload and can cause serious damage to the arteries. What you need to know:
"12.03.2017 05:30:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Brain Cancer Find out about the symptoms of brain cancer, what causes it, and how it's treated. Even a small, slow-growing brain tumor can affect how you talk or think. What you need to know:
"12.03.2017 04:23:06" webmd.com Slideshow: What's Causing Your Pelvic Pain? Pictures show the causes of pelvic pain in women including fibroids, cysts, IBS, PMS, appendicitis, bladder infections, and unusual vulvar pain. Medical illustrations show what's happening inside the pelvis. Most kidney stones will pass out of your system on their own, but some need treatment. What you need to know:
"12.03.2017 03:23:03" webmd.com Slideshow: 16 Remedies for Restless Legs Syndrome Home remedies from ice packs to crossword puzzles can calm the symptoms of mild RLS and help people get the deep sleep they need. RLS can make it hard or impossible for you to get enough sleep. Home remedies to try:
"12.03.2017 02:31:07" amazon.com Amazon.com: WebMD: Alexa Skills Amazon.com: WebMD: Alexa Skills Have you enabled the new WebMD skill on Amazon.com Alexa yet? It's free!
"12.03.2017 01:00:00" These simple yoga moves will get you relaxed and ready for sleep:
"12.03.2017 00:00:37" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Anemia Do you have anemia fatigue? WebMD's slideshow covers common anemia symptoms, treatments, and how you may be able to prevent anemia. Anemia develops when you don't have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout your body. More info:
"11.03.2017 23:00:52" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Surprising Clues of Heart Disease Discover some unexpected symptoms that could signal heart trouble. Often, related conditions can raise your risk. Poor grip strength, a yellow-orange bumpy rash or skin color changes can all signal heart disease. What to know:
"11.03.2017 22:00:38" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is Inflammation? WebMD explains what inflammation is and how it affects your body. In some conditions, you may feel the signs of inflammation. But in other cases -- like heart disease, Alzheimer's, and diabetes -- it's not so obvious. What to know:
"11.03.2017 21:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: What to Eat Before and After a Workout The right foods before and after a workout can help boost your results. Learn which ones are best, and which ones to avoid. Half of a skinless chicken breast packs in 27 grams of protein and only 142 calories.
"11.03.2017 20:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: Lyme Disease: What You Need to Know About Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments WebMD's Lyme Disease Slideshow provides up-close pictures of Lyme disease rashes and the ticks that can carry the disease, along with information on symptoms at each stage of the disease, the diagnostic testing used, common treatments, and essential If you have a tick attached to your body, it is important to remove it properly. What to know:
"11.03.2017 17:01:37" webmd.com Here's What Really Happens When You Wear High Heels Here's What Really Happens When You Wear High Heels Your feet are the base of your body's movement and posture, so high heels can affect your entire skeleton.
"11.03.2017 16:02:03" webmd.com Is It Bronchitis or Pneumonia? Bronchitis and pneumonia are lung infections and can be hard to tell apart. Learn what causes each condition, what their symptoms are, and what you can do to treat them. It can be hard to tell bronchitis and pneumonia apart. What to know about both lung infections:
"11.03.2017 14:01:55" webmd.com Pictures: What's Missing From Your Diet? If you feel like something is a little off, but you're not sure exactly what, you may not be getting enough of some key vitamins or minerals. Depending on what's going on, there might be a food (or supplement) for that. If you're tired after a full night's rest, it could be from a lack of iron or vitamin B12. More info:
"11.03.2017 12:00:00" Your kidneys are like a janitor and a cardiologist all in one. What else does this amazing organ do?
"11.03.2017 08:06:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Where Breast Cancer Spreads When breast cancer spreads, or metastasizes, it often goes to these five places: the lymph nodes, bones, liver, lungs, and brain. See how breast cancer metastasis affects the body, possible symptoms, and treatment. The most common places for breast cancer to spread are within the breast or to the nearby chest wall or to the liver, lungs, or bones. More info:
"11.03.2017 07:00:35" webmd.com Slideshow: Things That Can Affect Your Medication You've been to the doctor, picked up your prescription, and are taking your medicine as directed. But if it's not working like it should, check out these things you eat and drink that can change the way some medications work. Grapefruit changes the way certain cells in your gut take in and move medication through your body -- it can affect more than 50 drugs.
"11.03.2017 06:00:22" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Concussions and Brain Injuries What happens when you hit your head -- hard? This WebMD slideshow shows you how the brain reacts to and recovers from blows. Although a concussion is considered a mild brain injury, it can sometimes leave lasting damage. What to know:
"11.03.2017 05:00:29" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Erectile Dysfunction What is erectile dysfunction? WebMD's pictures explain the symptoms, causes, and treatments, including medicine and alternative approaches, for impotence. In some cases, ED can be a warning sign of more serious disease. What to know:
"11.03.2017 03:27:22" webmd.com What Your Gut Bacteria Say About You The bacteria in your digestive system can give you and your doctor clues about your health. WebMD tells you how. Bacteria lives throughout your body, but the ones in your gut may have the biggest impact on your well-being.
"11.03.2017 02:34:06" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Ways to Tame a Psoriatic Arthritis Flare Get tips on how to get relief from pain and swelling when your psoriatic arthritis acts up, such as diet, acupuncture, exercise, and more. Pain in your feet is one of the most common signs that your psoriatic arthritis may be flaring. How to get relief:
"11.03.2017 01:33:03" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Need to Know About Crohn's Disease Learn more from WebMD about this form of inflammatory bowel disease. What causes it, who gets it, how is it treated, and how can you live with it? Crohn's can show up in any part of the digestive tract, which sets it apart from other IBDs. What you need to know:
"11.03.2017 00:29:05" webmd.com How to Get Rid of a Stye WebMD tells you what you need to know about the eye infection called a stye and how to treat it. When you first get a stye, you may have redness or a tender feeling near your eyelid. Here are other signs:
"10.03.2017 23:29:08" webmd.com Slideshow: 7 Wonders of Water Pure water can help you stay slim, boost your energy, and keep you healthy. See the 7 wonders of water in this slideshow from WebMD. Drinking more water helps amp up metabolism - especially if your glass is icy cold. Your body must work to warm the water up, which burns extra calories.
"10.03.2017 22:27:03" webmd.com Listeriosis Outbreak Tied to Soft Raw Milk Cheese Six people in four states have been sickened, and two of them died The listeriosis outbreak has sickened 6 people in 4 states-- and 2 of them died. What you need to know:
"10.03.2017 21:31:18" webmd.com Slideshow: Worst Restaurant Meals See nine supremely fattening restaurant meals, and get tips for avoiding hidden calories when eating out. Getting Chinese takeout this weekend? Don't assume the veggie options are the healthiest.
"10.03.2017 20:31:18" webmd.com Quiz: All About Mucus Quiz: All About Mucus. Do you know why your body makes snot? Does drinking milk mean your body makes more mucus?
"10.03.2017 19:29:06" webmd.com How Does Daylight Saving Time Affect Your Health? Losing an hour of sleep may do more to your mind and body than you realize. Don't forget: We "spring forward" this Sunday. Remind your friends and family!
"10.03.2017 18:34:07" webmd.com An Overview of Scoliosis People with scoliosis have a spine that curves to the side. Is this back problem caused by poor posture? WebMD explains what it is and what causes it. . What you might notice about someone with scoliosis is the way they stand. They may lean a little or have shoulders or hips that look uneven.
"10.03.2017 17:31:00" Need a quick and healthy idea for dinner tonight? This broccoli Parmesan pasta will be ready in minutes!
"10.03.2017 16:32:03" webmd.com Pot Use Tied to Higher Stroke, Heart Failure Odds Study couldn't prove cause and effect, but experts say it's another risk factor to heed Marijuana use was associated with a 26% increased risk of stroke and a 10% increased risk of heart failure, according to the researchers.
"10.03.2017 15:43:10" webmd.com Would You Want Your Baby Tested For This Disease? Experts question whether it's worthwhile to screen newborn babies for a rare disease, Krabbe, which has a treatment but no cure. Unlike other diseases for which babies are screened, Krabbe has no cure.
"10.03.2017 14:19:08" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ovarian Cancer Pictures show the symptoms, tests, and treatments for ovarian cancer, as well as what factors raise your risk for the disease. Research has found that there are 4 main symptoms of ovarian cancer. What you need to know:
"10.03.2017 13:01:08" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Enter your cold and flu symptoms to get personalized product recommendations. It's important to know the difference between the flu and cold. Check your symptoms:
"10.03.2017 12:00:00" Separating egg whites from the yolk can be tricky. This kitchen-hack is easy and mess-free:
"10.03.2017 08:00:49" webmd.com Conditions That Affect Your Kidneys Your kidneys help filter all the waste products your body builds up in its natural processes. Learn more about the medical problems that can harm them. Many conditions can cause blood clots, but one blood disorder -- thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura -- is commonly linked to kidney problems. What to know:
"10.03.2017 06:59:03" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is PCOS? Polycystic ovary syndrome, or Stein-Leventhal syndrome, affects millions of women. It can cause irregular periods, weight gain, extra hair growth or thinning hair, and acne. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects millions of women. What you need to know:
"10.03.2017 06:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: 9 Body Parts You Can Damage by Smoking Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Here's how it damages different parts of your body. Smoking makes you twice as likely to get macular degeneration and three times as likely to develop cataracts.
"10.03.2017 04:26:04" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Generalized Anxiety Disorder Are your worries normal or something more? WebMD's slideshow covers the symptoms and types of anxiety disorders, as well as the causes and successful treatments that allow you to thrive once again. Generalized anxiety disorder can go beyond a constant sense of tension and worry. Physical symptoms can include:
"10.03.2017 03:28:06" webmd.com Slideshow: ADHD in Adults Most people think of children when they hear the term attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But 30%-70% of kids with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. WebMD provides an overview of ADHD in adults. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is not limited to children. It affects adults, too. What to know:
"10.03.2017 02:28:04" webmd.com Quiz: The Wonder Drug in Your Medicine Cabinet Sure, you take two aspirin for a headache, but it can do so much more. From your health to your household, find out fun facts about this little pill. Taking an aspirin daily may help keep your blood flowing smoothly and prevent blockages that can lead to strokes and heart attacks. Learn more:
"10.03.2017 01:28:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Which Alternative Remedies Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis? Learn which alternative treatments show promise for rheumatoid arthritis. Research shows tai chi may help you get around more easily, improve your range of motion, and boost your mood.
"10.03.2017 00:01:16" webmd.com 'Biggest Loser' Host Bob Harper: I'm Healing After Heart Attack A cardiologist weighs in on why someone who seems so healthy and fit could have a heart attack. As part of his recovery, the 'Biggest Loser' host says he's following a Mediterranean-style diet based on his doctors' advice.
"09.03.2017 23:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Sudden Health Problems After 50 After you hit 50, those aches and pains can suddenly turn serious. Here are a few things to watch out for in middle age. Gallstones can range in size from a grain of sand to a golf ball. What you need to know about symptoms and treatment:
"09.03.2017 21:30:00" A normal resting heart rate is usually 60-100 beats per minute. Here's how to find yours:
"09.03.2017 20:30:30" webmd.com Downside to Gluten-Free Diets: Diabetes Risk? People who ate least amount of this protein slightly more likely to develop type 2 disease, study suggests People who had the least gluten in their diets had a slightly higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes over a few decades, new study suggests.
"09.03.2017 19:31:51" webmd.com Head and Neck Cancer: What to Know Head and neck cancers start in the cells that line these parts of the body. Find out what causes it, what the symptoms are, and how to treat it. There are 5 main types of head and neck cancer -- and the symptoms are a bit different for each. What to look out for:
"09.03.2017 18:08:50" webmd.com Slideshow: Spider and Varicose Veins: What Causes Them? What Can You Do? WebMD's visual guide to understanding the causes of spider veins and varicose veins, and how to prevent and treat them -- including before-and-after treatment images. Spider veins and varicose veins occur in up to 60% of adults. Find out exactly what causes them:
"09.03.2017 17:00:50" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a serious condition that can lead to painful bone fractures. Learn who gets osteoporosis, how to tell if you have it, how to prevent it, and effective treatment options. You might not even realize you have osteoporosis until you have a fracture or an obvious change in posture.
"09.03.2017 15:02:12" webmd.com Strawberries Top Produce Pesticide List Spinach was second place on the Environmental Working Group's annual list of fruits and vegetables containing the most pesticides What to know about the EWG's "Dirty Dozen" before making your produce picks:
"09.03.2017 14:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 High-Protein Breakfasts A protein-packed morning meal can help you fill up and slim down. Here are a few ideas to start your day the right way. Research shows that getting plenty of protein at breakfast helps you feel full longer -- helping you eat less throughout the day.
"09.03.2017 12:00:00" Most minor eye injuries can be handled at home with the right treatment. What you need to know:
"09.03.2017 08:01:13" webmd.com Quiz: Facts and Myths About Detox Diets Do detox diets and cleanses really work? Test your toxin-purging know-how with this quiz. True or false: Detox diets help you shed fat.
"09.03.2017 04:30:23" webmd.com Slideshow: 20 Foods That Can Save Your Heart The top foods for heart health go beyond cholesterol busters to edamame, nuts, salmon, even coffee, in this list from WebMD. Cooking tips and pictures show how to work new foods into your diet. A handful of walnuts a day may lower your cholesterol and protect against inflammation in your heart's arteries.
"09.03.2017 03:28:04" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Things You Can Do for Your Health Right Now It doesn't take a lot of effort to do things that are good for you. Check out a few you can do right now. Exercise is a proven way to improve your health, your mental well-being, and even your libido.
"09.03.2017 02:30:44" webmd.com How Does Daylight Saving Time Affect Your Health? Losing an hour of sleep may do more to your mind and body than you realize. On Sunday morning, we spring ahead an hour for daylight saving time. Here's what it can do to your body:
"09.03.2017 02:01:20" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Reasons You're Gaining Weight WebMD explains the possible causes of sudden weight gain, when there are no changes in diet or exercise. Learn about the effects of certain medications, some medical conditions, sleep issues, and more. Even a thyroid functioning at the lower end of the normal range might cause weight gain. What you need to know:
"09.03.2017 01:30:34" pets.webmd.com Flea and Tick Map: How Active Are They in Your Area? Use this tool to find out about flea and tick levels in your state, and learn how to keep your dog safe and healthy. Got an itchy pup on your hands? Find out how severe flea and tick activity is in your state:
"09.03.2017 00:00:26" webmd.com E. coli Cases Grow, SoyNut Butter Recall Expands A multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 that may be linked to a peanut butter substitute has sickened 12 people in several states, the CDC says. RECALL ALERT: The SoyNut Butter Company expanded its recall of products linked to a multistate E. coli outbreak. Learn more:
"08.03.2017 23:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Foods That Leave You Hungry Ever notice that some foods just don't satisfy your hunger very well? Or for very long? Find out more about why this happens. These foods may be tasty, but they score really low on the satiety index -- a measure of how well a food satisfies your hunger.
"08.03.2017 22:00:09" webmd.com What Does Obamacare Uncertainty Mean For You? House Republicans unveil the American Health Care Act, their replacement for the Affordable Care Act. WebMD tells how your health insurance coverage may be affected. What could the newly proposed plan to replace the Affordable Care Act -- commonly known as Obamacare -- mean for you? We tackle the biggest questions:
"08.03.2017 21:00:33" webmd.com How to Choose the Right Cold or Flu Remedy For You Enter your cold and flu symptoms to get personalized product recommendations. Not sure if it's a cold or the flu? Here's how to tell the difference and find relief:
"08.03.2017 19:28:02" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Epilepsy Shaking, a blank stare, and confusion are symptoms of epilepsy shown in WebMD's comprehensive slideshow about this brain condition. Anything that disrupts the brain's natural circuitry can cause epilepsy. What you need to know:
"08.03.2017 17:01:03" The Doctor is LIVE: Pregnancy and Parenting We're LIVE! Hansa Bhargava, MD, and Dr. Traci Johnson with Gwinnett OB/GYN Associates are tackling your questions on pregnancy and parenting! Post below. #InternationalWomensDay
"08.03.2017 15:28:50" webmd.com Slideshow: What People With Breast Cancer Want You to Know Someone you know has breast cancer. You want to understand what they're going through so you know what to say or do. Here's what people who have it want you to know. It's natural to want more information when you find out a friend has cancer, but don't overwhelm her with questions -- just offer to listen.
"08.03.2017 14:00:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Pregnancy Fitness, Your Best Moves Before Baby Arrives Which activities are safe in pregnancy? WebMD's pictures show the best pregnancy exercises to help with back pain, fatigue, a healthy weight, and a healthy baby. It's International Women's Day, and our doctors are taking your pregnancy and parenting questions in a Facebook LIVE, today at 12pmET! Post your questions below.
"08.03.2017 12:01:25" Home treatment may be all that is needed for a sore throat. Tips to help you feel better:
"08.03.2017 06:28:05" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Manage Pain Through the Day From exercise to diet, medicine to support groups, you can make everyday changes to ease chronic pain. When you get a good night's rest, you feel better and your body can fight pain more easily.
"08.03.2017 05:29:05" webmd.com Do I Need Reading Glasses? If you have to squint to read or hold books at arm's length, it might be time for reading glasses. WebMD tells you how to find the right pair. Age has an effect on your eyes just like it does on your joints and other parts of your body.
"08.03.2017 04:30:35" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Breast Cancer Symptoms, Lumps, Tests, and Treatments Learn about the breast cancer experience, from symptoms and tests to treatments, recovery, and prevention. Pictures show breast structure and tumors. Breast cancer often has no symptoms, but you may notice something you want the doctor to check. More info:
"08.03.2017 03:27:04" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Great Sources of Vitamin A Vitamin A is important for your vision, immune system, and organ function, among other things. Check out these great sources of vitamin A. One baked sweet potato gives you more than 500% of vitamin A you need each day.
"08.03.2017 02:28:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriasis puts you at risk for psoriatic arthritis. WebMD shows you who gets this painful joint disease, the symptoms, and how it's treated. The psoriasis flares and arthritis pain can happen at the same time and in the same place, but not always. What you may also notice:
"08.03.2017 01:30:15" webmd.com Your Sex Life May Work Wonders for Your Work Life Employees in better mood the next day, leading to more work engagement and job satisfaction, study contends What makes for a happy, productive worker? It could be a good sex life.
"08.03.2017 00:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: Where Is Sugar Hiding in Your Diet? Trying to eat less sugar? Find out where it may be hiding in your diet. Jarred tomato sauce has almost 3 times the amount of sugar found in a cup of strawberries, and almost triple the calories.
"07.03.2017 23:01:37" webmd.com Chrissy Teigen Shares Her Struggle With Postpartum Depression The model and author got candid about the painful time following the birth of her daughter last April. Chrissy Teigen opens up about her battle with postpartum depression: "I don't want people who have it to feel embarrassed or alone."
"07.03.2017 22:00:39" webmd.com How Are Testosterone and Cholesterol Linked? WebMD explains researchers' efforts to find out if testosterone supplements can head off heart trouble. Can higher levels of testosterone lead to lower levels of good cholesterol? Some research says yes -- what you should know:
"07.03.2017 21:00:59" pets.webmd.com Evanger's Dog Food Recall Expanded The dog food may be contaminated with pentobarbital RECALL ALERT: Evanger's is expanding its recall of Hunk of Beef dog food due to contamination with a drug sometimes used in euthanasia. Learn more:
"07.03.2017 20:01:16" webmd.com House Republicans Unveil Their Rx for Obamacare It retains some portions of the health reform law, but axes some unpopular ones Under the new plan, companies would no longer face penalties for failing to offer workers a health plan, and people would no longer face a penalty for not being insured.
"07.03.2017 19:00:23" webmd.boots.com Bosses criticised for making women wear high heels Campaigners say wearing high heels for long periods in the workplace can lead to foot damage and long-term pain. What would you say if your boss made you wear high heels to work?
"07.03.2017 17:30:00" How to Strengthen Your Lower Back Strengthening your core? Don't forget your lower back -- this super simple move can help:
"07.03.2017 16:31:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Fetal Development Month by Month Take a peek inside the womb to see how your baby grows and develops from month to month. Questions about parenting and pregnancy? Join us tomorrow at 12pmET for a Facebook LIVE -- our doctors will be answering your questions, post them below.
"07.03.2017 15:00:29" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Eyes Say About Your Health From high cholesterol to liver disease, your eyes can be a window into your body's health. Jaundice turns your skin and the whites of your eyes yellow. It happens when there's too much bilirubin in your blood. More info:
"07.03.2017 14:01:21" amazon.com Amazon.com: WebMD: Alexa Skills Amazon.com: WebMD: Alexa Skills Have you enabled the new WebMD skill on Amazon.com Alexa yet? It's free!
"07.03.2017 13:01:05" webmd.com 5 Morning Habits Health Experts Swear By Find out how doctors, trainers, and nutritionists start each day on a healthy note. #1: They never skip breakfast.
"07.03.2017 12:00:00" 5 Amazing Facts About the Thyroid Your thyroid is one tiny gland with a big job.
"07.03.2017 05:27:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Ways to Treat Pain at Home A hot bath can be good for all kinds of conditions that affect your muscles, tendons, and bones-- including low back and joint pain.
"07.03.2017 04:29:04" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is Plantar Fasciitis? If your heel hurts, this might be what's behind it. Here's what you can do to feel better. Do your feet hurt when you take those first steps in the morning? Does the sharp pain come back after you sit or stand for a while? You could have plantar fasciitis. More:
"07.03.2017 03:32:06" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Macular Degeneration This eye disease causes more vision loss than cataracts and glaucoma. Here's what you need to know to protect your sight. Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss. What you need to know about the degenerative disease:
"07.03.2017 02:27:10" webmd.com Quiz: Test Your Stress IQ Stress can drain the joy from your day, but does it serve any purpose in your life? Test your knowledge of the “stress response.” Stress can be caused by both good and bad things in your life. What matters is how your body responds. Learn more:
"07.03.2017 01:27:09" blogs.webmd.com The Accident That Opened My Eyes « WebMD Doctors It only takes a second for an accident to happen.
I was reminded of that last week – not by a [...] "It made me stop and acknowledge: my life is too fast. I'm cramming in so much that I'm missing the details." - Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH
"07.03.2017 00:30:40" webmd.com What Does a Rheumatologist Do for People With RA? Rheumatologists are experts at treating many types of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA). If you have RA, find out what a rheumatologist can do for you. RA is an immune system condition that causes inflammation of the lining of the joints. What to expect when you first see a rheumatologist:
"06.03.2017 23:00:41" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Bladder Cancer Medical illustrations help explain bladder cancer in this WebMD slideshow. See the warning signs, causes, treatments, and prognosis for bladder cancer. Blood in the urine is often an indicator of bladder cancer, but it can have less serious causes. Other symptoms to watch out for:
"06.03.2017 21:30:08" webmd.com Nasal 'Nerve Block' May Help Ease Kids' Migraines But one headache expert says procedure not without risks, pain relief not significantly better than meds The procedure involves an anesthetic applied directly to a bundle of nerves behind the nose to deaden them.
"06.03.2017 20:30:17" webmd.com Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)-Topic Overview What is bird flu?Bird flu is an infection caused by a type of avian influenza virus. This virus is common in wild birds. Most of the time, wild birds do not get sick from the virus. But wild birds can easily pass the virus to birds that are being raised Avian influenza has been found in a Tennessee chicken flock, the first confirmed U.S. case this year. What you should know about the disease:
"06.03.2017 19:36:28" webmd.com Insecticides May Be Tied to Kids' Behavior Issues Study can't prove cause-and-effect, but children exposed in utero to pyrethroids had more problems The insecticides are used on crops, in some mosquito repellents and in products used to treat head lice, scabies and fleas.
"06.03.2017 18:01:06" webmd.com Baby Rattles Recalled: Possible Choking Hazard A clear plastic disc on the outside of the ball-shaped Kids II Oball Rattle can break and the small beads inside the disc pose a choking hazard to young children ICYMI: Hundreds of thousands of baby rattles have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada due to a possible choking hazard. Learn more:
"06.03.2017 16:00:39" webmd.com Gene Therapy Shows Promise for Aggressive Lymphoma Over one-third of patients appeared disease-free 6 months after single treatment, report says This extraordinary, experimental therapy enables the patient's own blood cells to kill cancer cells -- and it appears to work.
"06.03.2017 15:23:53" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Exercises If You Have Diabetes If you have diabetes, some exercises may be more helpful to you than others. Make the most of your training time. At least 30 minutes of aerobic activity 5 days a week can help the insulin in your body work better.
"06.03.2017 14:00:31" webmd.com 6 Little Ways to Feel More Confident Every Day 6 Little Ways to Feel More Confident Every Day "Nothing defeats fear and anxiety like taking action. This means making a decision—stat."
"06.03.2017 12:00:00" How to Build a Balanced Meal
"06.03.2017 06:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Stomach (Gastric) Cancer Diagnosed with stomach cancer? These pictures take a look at symptoms, treatment, and lifestyle changes that help you deal with gastric cancer. Stomach cancer often doesn't have noticeable symptoms until it spreads to other parts of the body -- but there are a few things you can look out for:
"06.03.2017 05:04:35" webmd.com What Is Plaque Psoriasis? WebMD explains plaque psoriasis -- its symptoms, causes, and treatments. Plaque psoriasis is considered an autoimmune disease, and doctor's aren't sure why people get it. Learn more:
"06.03.2017 04:01:58" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is Spinal Stenosis? Spinal stenosis happens over time and can affect your mobility, comfort, and how your bladder and bowel work. Symptoms of spinal stenosis include, numbness, weakness, cramping, and pain in your arms and legs. Learn more:
"06.03.2017 03:36:21" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know the Benefits of Walking? Is walking really the best medicine for your heart? How about your waistline? Your bones? Test your knowledge and find out how to walk your way to better health. Boost your health, one step at a time: Walking as little as 5.5 miles per week can lower risk of things like heart attacks, strokes, and heart failure by 31%.
"06.03.2017 02:30:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Ways to Make Your Feet Feel Better If your feet aren't happy, chances are, you're not going to be, either. Check out these ways to keep them feeling their best. Stretching your foot with a tennis ball doesn't just feel good, it can help manage conditions like plantar fasciitis.
"06.03.2017 01:30:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Can You Cut Your Risk of Cancer? About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it. Eating more fruits and vegetables -- at least 2 1/2 cups per day -- can help cut risk for cancers in your mouth, throat, windpipe, and esophagus.
"06.03.2017 00:01:40" webmd.com More Than 500,000 Toddler Swings Recalled Injuries to children are prompting the recall of 540,000 Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug'n Secure pink toddler swings ICYMI: Little Tikes recalled over half a million toddler swings, following reports of injury. Learn more:
"05.03.2017 23:00:50" webmd.com How to Stop Feeling Anxious Right Now When your mind starts to race, these tips can help you relax and regain control. These 10 suggestions can help relax your mind and control your anxiety -- right now.
"05.03.2017 22:00:58" webmd.com Colon Cancer Rates, Deaths Drop in People Over 50 Report suggests higher screening rates explain the positive trend While colon cancer rates rise for millennials, they've fallen 32% in people over 50 since 2000. What doctors think is behind the shift:
"05.03.2017 21:00:46" webmd.com Sulfa Allergies: What You Need to Know Do some antibiotics give you a rash or hives? If they're sulfa drugs, you could have a sulfa allergy. WebMD tells you what you need to know. Sulfa drugs are used to treat conditions ranging from eye infections to RA -- but can sometimes cause serious allergic reactions. What to know:
"05.03.2017 20:01:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Brain Cancer Even a small, slow-growing brain tumor can affect how you talk or think. Find out about the symptoms of brain cancer, what causes it, and how it's treated. Whether a brain tumor is cancer or not, what matters is where it's located, how quickly it can grow, and if your doctor can take it out.
"05.03.2017 18:30:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Exercises If You Have Diabetes If you have diabetes, some exercises may be more helpful to you than others. Make the most of your training time. Exercise doesn't have to be boring: Shaking your groove thing for 25 minutes, 3 days a week can help your heart, lower your blood sugar, and burn calories.
"05.03.2017 17:00:00" Inside an Allergic Reaction Allergies are what happens when your immune system gets overprotective.
"05.03.2017 16:01:50" webmd.com Slideshow: What's Really in Your Fast Food Some fast-food chains use as many as 15 ingredients in something as simple as a french fry. Click through to find out more. Fast food chicken nuggets do include chicken meat -- but there's also bones, blood vessels, nerves, connective tissue, and skin.
"05.03.2017 15:01:40" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge You're hungry and staring into your fridge, but is there anything healthy in there? Stock up on a few key staples to make sure there's something good waiting for you. Eating better can be easy -- start by stocking your fridge with these 14 healthy staples.
"05.03.2017 14:00:52" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Start Running It seems so simple: Put your running shoes on and go. But start the wrong way and you can hurt yourself -- or be burned out -- in no time. Find out more about how to run yourself into good health. Habits can be hard to break -- even good ones. Here's how to make running yours, even if you're a beginner:
"05.03.2017 12:00:00" How to Do the One-Minute Workout
"05.03.2017 06:27:04" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Heart Disease WebMD's visual overview of heart disease, including symptoms to watch for, diagnostic tests, treatments, and prevention strategies. Arrhythmias are often harmless, but some types can affect your blood flow and take a serious toll on your body. What to know:
"05.03.2017 05:28:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Pictures of Common Foot Problems Learn to spot bunions, corns, athlete's foot, plantar warts, and other common foot problems in this WebMD slideshow -- and learn what treatments may help these conditions. Plantar warts can spread through skin-to-skin contact or on surfaces in places like public pools and showers. What to know:
"05.03.2017 04:27:03" webmd.com Slideshow: MRSA -- What You Need to Know About This "Superbug" What is MRSA? View pictures of the contagious MRSA bacteria and see what a MRSA skin infection looks like. Though most MRSA infections are minor, some can be life-threatening. What you need to know:
"05.03.2017 03:28:05" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Type 2 Diabetes WebMD offers a pictorial overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes. In many cases, type 2 diabetes isn't discovered until it takes a serious toll on your health. Red flags to watch for:
"05.03.2017 02:32:07" webmd.com Slideshow: What's a Ketogenic Diet? These are low-carb diets -- the basic idea is to get most of your calories from protein and fat. There are some benefits, but you should be careful with them, especially if you have certain medical issues. A ketogenic diet may help you lose more weight in the first 3 to 6 months than some other diets. Here's why:
"05.03.2017 01:28:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Sepsis 101 Sepsis is an extreme reaction to an infection that can -- if untreated -- be deadly. Learn more about the symptoms and treatments for sepsis. You can't catch sepsis from someone else-- it happens inside your body. What to know about symptoms and treatment:
"05.03.2017 00:00:00" Looking for a dinner idea that's easy to whip up and healthy? Try this lemon dill chicken recipe:
"04.03.2017 23:00:49" webmd.com Top 3 Types of Arthritis WebMD offers a brief introduction to the most common types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis. Did you know that there are more than 100 types of arthritis? What to know about the 3 most common ones:
"04.03.2017 22:00:46" webmd.com Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) WebMD describes the symptoms, prevention, and treatment of an infection with Epstein-Barr, the virus that causes mononucleosis. Not everyone infected with the virus that causes mono has symptoms. More info:
"04.03.2017 21:00:41" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods for the Flu Photos of top foods for when you have the flu. WebMD shows you soothing, nutritious foods to try at home to help you feel better as you treat flu symptoms. Bananas are easy on the stomach and can be a go-to food if you've been hit with nausea.
"04.03.2017 20:01:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Childhood Illnesses Every Parent Should Know Croup, strep, glue ear, and Kawasaki disease are among 24 illnesses parents must know. Symptoms and pictures help parents know when to call the doctor. Tearing, redness, itching, and crusty eyelashes are all signs of conjunctivitis, commonly called pinkeye. What to know:
"04.03.2017 18:27:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods to Fight Depression Your diet won't cure depression, but some foods might give your body a little help in fighting it. Leafy greens are packed with folate, which your brain cells need to work well and which may help protect against depression.
"04.03.2017 17:01:25" webmd.com What Stress Does To Your Body Learn what short-term and long-term stress actually does to your body. You know stress can be harmful to your health, but do you know how it affects your body? What to know:
"04.03.2017 15:01:14" blogs.webmd.com Trader Joe's Recalls Applesauce « Inside Health News By Brenda Goodman
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If you recently purchased some unsweetened apple sauce from Trader Joe's, check the “best before date [...] ICYMI: If you recently bought apple sauce from Trader Joe's, please check your pantry for these items. More recall info:
"04.03.2017 14:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Could the pain in your hand be carpal tunnel syndrome? WebMD's pictures show the causes, symptoms, and treatment options. At first, you're most likely to notice carpal tunnel pain at night or when you first wake up in the morning.
"04.03.2017 12:00:00" Learn how to deseed a pomegranate in 2 simple steps:
"04.03.2017 06:24:07" blogs.webmd.com 'Your Child Will Bring So Much Joy Into Your Life' « WebMD Interviews Theresa Strong PhD of Birmingham, AL, Director of Research Programs for the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research, talks about having a son with that rare condition. "Your child will bring so much joy into your life and there will be a lot of good times, so keep your attention on the present and do your best not to worry about the future."
"04.03.2017 05:30:08" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Ways to Shed Pounds After 40 Losing weight after 40 can be hard, especially if you don't have a lot of time to exercise and eat right. But some simple strategies can make it easier to slim down and keep the weight off. Losing weight may be harder after 40 -- but it's not impossible. Here's a few simple steps that may help you slim down:
"04.03.2017 04:31:06" webmd.com Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease Hand-foot-and-mouth disease, which typically affects young children, is caused by a virus. WebMD explains symptoms and treatment. Hand-foot-and-mouth disease is caused by a virus and anyone can get it. What to know about symptoms and treatment:
"04.03.2017 03:33:02" webmd.com Quiz: Those Feel-Good Hormones If you find yourself in a bit of a funk, do you know how to boost the hormones that can get you out of it? Find out with this quiz. True or false: Bananas can boost your mood.
"04.03.2017 01:28:06" webmd.com Baby Rattles Recalled: Possible Choking Hazard A clear plastic disc on the outside of the ball-shaped Kids II Oball Rattle can break and the small beads inside the disc pose a choking hazard to young children RECALL ALERT: Please share with friends and family who may have the Kids II Oball Rattle at home.
"04.03.2017 00:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: Can You Cut Your Risk of Cancer? About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it. Nearly 70% of Americans are overweight or obese-- and the extra pounds can increase your chances of several types of cancer. What you need to know:
"03.03.2017 23:01:15" webmd.com Urine Present in all Pools: Study Researchers tested 31 pools and hot tubs in Canada and found evidence of urine in all of them Here's something to think about the next time you dive into a pool.
"03.03.2017 22:00:28" webmd.com Do 'Early Birds' Get the Healthier Worm? Late-to-bed types appear to have poorer eating habits, study says Tag an early bird!
"03.03.2017 21:00:03" webmd.com Daffodils, Margaritas Among Surprise Skin Dangers There are many hidden hazards that can cause itch or rash, dermatologists warn Sorry, margarita lovers.
"03.03.2017 20:00:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Why Does My Doctor Do That? Find out more about some of the things your doctor does at your annual physical. Looking in your mouth can tell your doctor quite a bit about your health. Learn more:
"03.03.2017 19:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: Diabetes Restaurant Guide: Tips on What to Order Eating out with diabetes can be tricky. Use the tips in this slideshow to have a healthy restaurant meal that fits with your meal plan. Even if you play it right with your drink and dessert, your meal can still have a lot of sugar. What to watch for:
"03.03.2017 18:00:45" webmd.com Soy Nut Butter May Be Tied to E. coli Outbreak A multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 that may be linked to a peanut butter substitute has sickened 12 people in several states, the CDC says. The CDC has not released which states have been affected in this latest E. coli outbreak. Here's what we do know:
"03.03.2017 17:00:00" The Truth About Gluten Should you go gluten-free to eat healthier? Unless you have a sensitivity, probably not. Here are the facts:
"03.03.2017 16:01:23" webmd.com How to Stop Feeling Anxious Right Now When your mind starts to race, these tips can help you relax and regain control. These 10 tips could be a game-changer when an anxiety attack happens.
"03.03.2017 14:01:28" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods That Help You Focus Can brain foods really help you concentrate, or boost memory? Increase your chances of maintaining a healthy brain by adding these "smart" foods and beverages to your diet. Want to power up your ability to concentrate? Here's what to eat at breakfast:
"03.03.2017 06:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: DASH Diet for Heart Health -- Lowering Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Eat right for a healthy heart. See how the DASH diet can help you keep your blood pressure and cholesterol under control. Getting enough of potassium may help lower your blood pressure. Try these potassium-rich foods:
"03.03.2017 05:05:44" webmd.com Slideshow: 19 Habits That Wreck Your Teeth Don't let bad dental habits steal a beautiful smile. WebMD's slideshow exposes top teeth-wrecking culprits, as well as tips to protect your teeth and gums. You may think chewing on ice is harmless, but it can chip or even crack your teeth.
"03.03.2017 04:02:19" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Back Pain Myths Busted WebMD's back pain slideshow lets you in on the truth about the causes and treatments for back pain. Yes, resting can help a recent injury or strain that causes back pain. But a day or two in bed can actually make it worse.
"03.03.2017 03:33:59" webmd.com Scalp Psoriasis or Dandruff? How to Tell the Difference WebMD explains the differences between dandruff and scalp psoriasis, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for both scalp problems. Psoriasis can affect your scalp, and the red, scaly patches it causes can flake off like dandruff does. There are a few differences, though:
"03.03.2017 02:31:07" blogs.webmd.com The Best Fuel for Your Workout « Food and Fitness Looking for the best foods to eat before and after your workout? Chances are, you've probably heard a lot of [...] These are the best foods to eat pre and post-workout, according to a registered dietitian.
"03.03.2017 01:30:25" webmd.com Colon Cancer Rates, Deaths Drop in People Over 50 Report suggests higher screening rates explain the positive trend While colon cancer rates fell 30% in people over 50 since 2000, rates are up in millennials. What doctors have to say:
"03.03.2017 00:01:07" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lung Cancer WebMD's pictures show who's at risk for lung cancer, symptoms, tests, and promising new treatments. Lung cancer begins quietly -- usually with no symptoms or warning signs in early stages. Here's what you can look out for:
"02.03.2017 23:00:28" webmd.com Wireless Arm Patch May Blunt Migraine Pain Study found electrical stimulation reduced ache if started soon enough Could an electric shock on the arm block be the key to reducing migraine pain? These researchers say yes.
"02.03.2017 22:00:29" webmd.com VA Mistreatment of Patients Causes Uproar Officials at a VA hospital said they've taken action after pictures of patients being ignored were posted on social media and triggered outrage The couple who took the pictures said both older men were ignored for hours even though they said they had severe pain.
"02.03.2017 21:06:25" webmd.com Immune Disorders May Be Tied to Dementia Risk Study found 20 percent higher odds for memory-robbing condition, but didn't prove cause and effect A new study found that people with multiple sclerosis appeared to have nearly double the risk of dementia, with lupus linked to a 46% increased risk.
"02.03.2017 20:01:03" webmd.com How Long Should I Stay Home With a Cold or the Flu? WebMD gives you the facts about how long colds and flu last, how long you're contagious, and whether you need to stay home. If you've been sick with a cold or flu, how long are you supposed to stay home, and when should you go back to your everyday routine?
"02.03.2017 19:00:46" webmd.com Slideshow: 9 Tips for Flat Abs Want flat abs? See how to get them, including step-by-step instructions for performing the best abdominal exercises. Lost abs can be found again with a little bit of effort. Start with these 9 simple exercise and lifestyle tips:
"02.03.2017 17:59:22" Weighing in around 3 pounds, the liver is your body's largest organ -- other than your skin.
"02.03.2017 17:30:00" 4 Ways to Avoid Overeating How to win the battle against overeating in 4 easy steps:
"02.03.2017 16:12:39" webmd.com Colon Cancer Rates, Deaths Drop in People Over 50 Report suggests higher screening rates explain the positive trend While colon cancer rates rise for millennials, they've fallen 32% in people over 50 since 2000. What doctors think is behind the shift:
"02.03.2017 15:27:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Causes of Neck Pain When your neck hurts, you know it. But what brought on that pain? Find out more about the causes and their treatments. Your neck has a 24/7 job, and that takes a toll over the course of your life. Learn more about what could be making it hurt:
"02.03.2017 14:01:09" blogs.webmd.com 'Don't Dwell on the Abilities You've Lost' « WebMD Interviews Christopher Anselmo talks about living with the rare condition, Miyoshi Myopathy. "Focus on what you can do. Immerse yourself in the world of your disease and get as educated about it as you can. That will empower you and from there you can begin to move forward with your life."
"02.03.2017 12:01:43" Nosebleeds usually aren't serious, but knowing how to stop the bleeding and treat your symptoms is important.
"02.03.2017 06:03:56" webmd.com Slideshow: Guide to Stomach (Gastric) Cancer Diagnosed with stomach cancer? These pictures take a look at symptoms, treatment, and lifestyle changes that help you deal with gastric cancer. You may not notice any symptoms of stomach cancer -- sometimes it's not found until it's spread to another part of your body. What you need to know:
"02.03.2017 05:01:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Stress-Reducing Foods While there are many ways to cope with stress, one strategy is to eat stress-fighting foods. WebMD shows you which foods to eat as part of a stress management diet. One of the best ways to reduce high blood pressure is to get enough potassium. Did you know half an avocado has more potassium than a banana?
"02.03.2017 04:31:35" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is TMJ (or TMD)? A problem with the joints that let you open and close your mouth can cause pain and stiffness, and change how your teeth fit together. Find out what you can do about it. More women than men have TMD and it's most common among people between the ages of 20 and 40. Learn more:
"02.03.2017 03:41:42" webmd.com Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Fats and Oils? Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Fats and Oils? Get the skinny on healthy and unhealthy fats and oils with this WebMD quiz. True or false: Light olive oil has fewer calories than extra virgin olive oil.
"02.03.2017 01:30:34" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lupus Lupus symptoms, skin rashes, joint pain, causes, diagnosis, and treatments are explained with pictures in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors. Lupus symptoms can be limited to the skin, but more often it also causes internal problems like joint pain. What you should know:
"02.03.2017 01:30:32" webmd.com Nerve 'Zap' Treatment May Speed Stroke Recovery Small study found arm weakness improved when brain was stimulated during physical therapy This revolutionary new treatment uses an implant to "zap" nerves in the brain and speed stroke recovery.
"02.03.2017 00:00:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Do These Foods Cause Migraines? Many people say chocolate, wine, and coffee -- among other things -- trigger their migraine headaches. Let's investigate. Beer has migraine-inducing tyramine -- but a simple trick can help you enjoy a cold one while cutting back on the head-splitting substance:
"01.03.2017 23:00:57" webmd.com Slideshow: Anatomy of an Ear Infection WebMD takes you on a tour through the ear, helping you understand the causes of ear infections and how they are diagnosed and treated. See how ear tubes work to ease chronic ear infections and protect against hearing loss. 5 out of 6 kids will have at least one ear infection by their third birthday, and it's not a fun experience for child or parent. What to look out for:
"01.03.2017 21:00:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Fibromyalgia-Friendly Exercises By making simple exercise modifications, WebMD shows you how you can boost your energy, decrease pain and stiffness, and start to be more active again -- even with fibromyalgia. Aerobic exercise is one of the best ways to take charge of your fibromyalgia. Learn more:
"01.03.2017 20:00:35" blogs.webmd.com Life With a Rare Disease: Learning to Move On « WebMD Interviews Gin Jones lives in Massachusetts and is a mystery writer. Jones, 61, talks about living with a rare disease since birth, X-Linked Hypophosphatemia or XLH. "I finally have hope that an effective treatment will be developed in my lifetime."
"01.03.2017 18:30:08" webmd.com Trump Address: Obamacare, Drug Approvals President Trump lays out a familiar plan for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, calling for Republicans and Democrats to join forces. Last night President Donald Trump addressed plans for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act and cutting FDA regulations. What you should know:
"01.03.2017 17:10:10" The Doctor is LIVE: Colon Cancer and Gut Health Questions about colon cancer and gut health? WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH, and Dr. Marc Sonenshine (Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates), an expert with the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), are LIVE -- post your questions below.
"01.03.2017 15:41:46" webmd.com Colorectal Cancer Slideshow: Screening Tests, Stages, Symptoms, Treatments, and Risk Factors Find out what colorectal cancer is as well as risk factors, screening tests, stages, signs, treatments, and more. We're talking colorectal cancer and gastrointestinal health in a Facebook LIVE, today at 12pmET. Out doctor and an expert from the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) will be taking your questions live -- post your questions below.
"01.03.2017 15:00:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Diet Tips Ever -- 22 Ways to Stay on Track Want to lose weight the smart way? WebMD shows you how everything from eating right to sleeping more can help with healthy weight loss. To lose weight -- and keep it off -- always make time for a healthy morning meal, like high-fiber cereal, low-fat milk, and fruit.
"01.03.2017 12:00:03" Your blood is like an orchestra, made up of 4 key sections. Learn more about what it does inside your body:
"01.03.2017 06:31:00" webmd.com Slideshow: High-Fiber Super Foods You know you should be eating more fiber. WebMD shows you some of the best fiber food sources – from whole grains to fruits and vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Flaxseed is often used as a laxative, but studies show that it also may help reduce cholesterol levels and decrease hot flashes.
"01.03.2017 05:31:00" webmd.com What Is Heart Failure? Learn about heart failure, including causes, symptoms, stages, and treatment. Heart failure can be brought on by many conditions that damage the heart. What you need to know:
"01.03.2017 04:31:00" webmd.com Quiz: Can You Guess This Organ? Hint: When you eat, this organ releases biles through tubes, or ducts, to help break down your food.
"01.03.2017 03:30:00" webmd.com Slideshow: What Does Your Lung Cancer Stage Mean? Find out what each state of lung cancer means and how that helps you and your doctor decide on the best treatment. You may hear your doctor use three letters -- T, N, and M -- to describe how your lung cancer has grown and spread. What to know:
"01.03.2017 02:30:01" blogs.webmd.com Can I Diet With Diabetes? « Diabetes It's the beginning of the year, and weight-loss season is in full swing. Most of us probably have at least [...] Even a healthy weight loss of 5-10% can have a positive impact on your blood sugars -- here are the questions you should be asking before picking a diet:
"01.03.2017 01:30:00" webmd.com Slideshow: What's Really in Your Fast Food Some fast-food chains use as many as 15 ingredients in something as simple as a french fry. Click through to find out more. One preservative used in some fast food fries has been linked to vision problems in high doses. What else is in your food?
"01.03.2017 00:00:01" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Eat Tropical Fruits From the acai berry to the pomegranate, WebMD shows to prepare and serve vitamin-rich, exotic, tropical fruits. Move over, apples and bananas. Mangoes are packed with antioxidant vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber.
"28.02.2017 23:00:02" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ovarian Cancer Pictures show the symptoms, tests, and treatments for ovarian cancer, as well as what factors raise your risk for the disease. Symptoms of ovarian cancer -- bloating, abdominal pain, urinating more frequently -- can be caused by many things that aren't cancer. When to talk to a doctor:
"28.02.2017 21:07:00" webmd.com 'Biggest Loser' Host Bob Harper: I'm Healing After Heart Attack A cardiologist weighs in on why someone who seems so healthy and fit could have a heart attack. 'Biggest Loser' host Bob Harper is recovering after a serious heart attack. His message to fans:
"28.02.2017 20:00:44" webmd.com Colon Cancer Rising Among Gen Xers, Millennials And an old adversary -- the obesity epidemic -- may be the cause, U.S. researchers say Colon cancer is striking younger adults at alarming rates -- and doctors aren't sure why.
"28.02.2017 19:00:46" webmd.com WHO Lists 12 Most Dangerous 'Superbugs' Doctors are running out of treatment options for these bacteria, the U.N. health agency says Every year, at least 23,000 Americans die from infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria.
"28.02.2017 18:01:31" webmd.com The Best Way to Bounce Back From Any Mistake No matter how you messed up, following this advice will help you earn forgiveness. Instead of sweeping it under the rug, here's how to remedy any mistake in (almost) any situation.
"28.02.2017 17:00:06" webmd.com DNA Tests: Subway Sandwiches Short on Chicken The majority of the remaining DNA in the Subway chicken products was soy, testing showed According to these scientists, the grilled chicken sandwich you order — may not be all chicken. See the results from 5 fast food chains:
"28.02.2017 16:00:45" The Basics: Yerba Mate
"28.02.2017 15:45:01" blogs.webmd.com When Your Child Has a Disease With No Cure « WebMD Interviews Rachel Daniels talks about what life is like when you have a child with an incurable rare disease. "I always think – I must be really special to get a child that is one in 10 million."
"28.02.2017 14:01:40" webmd.com Slideshow: 25 Super Snacks With 100 Calories or Less Ice cream and quesadillas top a tasty photo gallery of diet snacks from WebMD. They're quicker, cheaper, and less processed than many 100-calorie snack packs. Pistachios are rich in protein, fiber, and several key vitamins and minerals.
"28.02.2017 12:00:06" The Truth About Bacteria Trillions of bacteria make their home on and inside your body. Here's what to know about the ones that help -- and the ones that hurt.
"28.02.2017 06:03:46" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Autism WebMD helps you recognize symptoms of autism in your child and to learn about diagnosis and treatments. Autism affects parts of the brain that control emotions, communication, and body movements. What you need to know:
"28.02.2017 05:04:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Thyroid Symptoms and Solutions We look at hidden thyroid disorders, from symptoms to treatments, with pictures and illustrations. Thyroid hormones affect nearly every organ in the body and can influence how quickly the heart beats. What you need to know:
"28.02.2017 04:02:43" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 High-Protein Breakfasts A protein-packed morning meal can help you fill up and slim down. Here are a few ideas to start your day the right way. Research shows that people who had eggs in the morning ate 22% fewer calories at lunch than those who had a bagel.
"28.02.2017 03:31:36" webmd.com Slideshow: What Eye Problems Look Like What do nearsightedness, farsightedness, or going blind look like? See these views and take an eye test in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors. Blurry vision, spots, glare at night -- these are all common eye complaints that could be a harmless annoyance or an early sign of disease. What to know:
"28.02.2017 02:31:32" webmd.com Legalized Pot Poses a Threat to Kids, Doctors Warn Marijuana isn't benign, child health experts contend Regular pot use by kids may contribute to addiction, depression, psychosis, and lung problems, the AAP warns.
"28.02.2017 01:30:32" webmd.com Docs Should Ask Teen Patients About Sexual Assault Physicians need to be comfortable screening for it, offering additional help if needed A sexual assault happens every 98 second nationwide -- and teenagers and young women are at particular risk.
"28.02.2017 00:00:05" The Basics: Vasectomy A vasectomy is meant to be permanent, but it can sometimes be reversed. Here's what you should know:
"27.02.2017 23:01:04" webmd.com What Are the Treatments for Bunions? Do you have bunions? Learn more about how this common foot problem is diagnosed and treated. Take a look at your foot. See where the bottom of your big toe connects to it? If you see a bony bump that sticks out at an angle, that's probably a bunion.
"27.02.2017 20:01:17" webmd.com Is it RA or Lyme Disease? How do rheumatoid arthritis and Lyme disease get confused? Could you have been misdiagnosed? Learn how you can know for sure. Some people call Lyme disease “the great imitator,” because it can be confused with a number of other conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis.
"27.02.2017 18:31:01" Timeline Photos It's easy to feel alone when you're harassed online -- it's important not to isolate yourself, and to seek support instead. What you should know: http://wb.md/2lgSqQ5
"27.02.2017 17:00:19" blogs.webmd.com Trader Joe's Recalls Applesauce « Inside Health News If you recently purchased some unsweetened apple sauce from Trader Joe's, check the “best before date [...] RECALL ALERT: If you recently bought apple sauce from Trader Joe's, please check your pantry for these items. More info:
"27.02.2017 16:02:08" 8 Ways to Ease Anxiety Time with family and friends is an instant mood boost. Here are 7 more things you can do to manage anxiety:
"27.02.2017 15:19:52" blogs.webmd.com How to Lower Your Blood Pressure Without Meds « Heart Health If you have high blood pressure (readings persistently over 140/90 mmHg), the most important thing you can do is eliminate [...] Taking steps to lower your readings now can keep your blood pressure problem from progressing into something more dangerous.
"27.02.2017 14:01:03" Timeline Photos Feed your heart right with these heart-healthy foods. Full list here: http://wb.md/2kUm7ey
"27.02.2017 12:00:44" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Ways to Shed Pounds After 40 Losing weight after 40 can be hard, especially if you don't have a lot of time to exercise and eat right. But some simple strategies can make it easier to slim down and keep the weight off. The key to weight loss isn't just about what you eat, it's also when. Plan to consume most of your calories early in the day, before 3 pm -- here's how:
"27.02.2017 06:01:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Pictures of Parasites WebMD gives you the facts about common parasites and their diseases. Learn about lice, bedbugs, hookworms, ringworms, scabies, and more. N. fowleri, also known as the brain-eating amoeba, enters the body through the nose. What to know about the symptoms:
"27.02.2017 05:03:46" webmd.com Slideshow: Avoiding Problem Foods as You Age Aging doesn't mean a boring menu. WebMD shows you vegetables, meats, fruit, and other foods that might give you issues as you age and better healthy options. Foods you've long enjoyed may start to cause your body problems as you age. What to watch out for:
"27.02.2017 04:04:35" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Things That Hurt Your Liver Alcohol and acetaminophen are well-known liver dangers, but what else can be harmful? WebMD says some of them may surprise you. Some studies show sugar can be as damaging to your liver as alcohol. What you should know:
"27.02.2017 03:36:37" webmd.com Slideshow: Weird Mouth Disorders You may not have heard of these mouth disorders, but in most cases, you can treat them. Black hairy tongue may look alarming and can lead to bad breath, but it's harmless. What to know:
"27.02.2017 02:30:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Signs You're Not Getting Enough Sleep If you're missing out on shut-eye, your body will soon show the signs. Could lack of sleep be to blame for breakouts? Studies link not getting enough shut-eye and acne, possibly due to how sleep controls hormones.
"27.02.2017 00:00:57" webmd.com ACL Tears on the Rise Among Kids, Especially Girls Sports that involve cutting or pivoting are the riskiest, doctors say Sports that involve cutting or pivoting -- such as soccer and basketball -- are the riskiest.
"26.02.2017 23:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: First Aid for Cuts and Scrapes Ouch! Got a scrape or cut? WebMD shows you quick home-care first aid tips to help you heal. Learn Almost as soon as you get a cut or scrape, your body begins healing the injury. Here's what you should do to help:
"26.02.2017 22:00:36" webmd.com Slideshow: Can You Cut Your Risk of Cancer? About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it. Shedding pounds sheds cancer risk, too: If every US adult cut their BMI by just 1%, it could eliminate as many as 100,000 new cases.
"26.02.2017 21:00:01" Soluble Fiber vs. Insoluble Fiber Fiber reduces your risk for obesity, diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers. These foods will help you get enough of each type:
"26.02.2017 20:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: Knee Pain Dos and Don'ts Your knees go through a lot in the course of a day, and sometimes they can run into trouble. Here are a few things you can do when knee pain hits. Rebuilding strength is just as important as rest after a knee injury, but keep it low impact at first. What you should know:
"26.02.2017 17:01:03" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge You're hungry and staring into your fridge, but is there anything healthy in there? Stock up on a few key staples to make sure there's something good waiting for you. Sure, avocado is full of fat, but it's "good" fat -- linked to heart health and good cholesterol. What else you should be stocking your fridge with:
"26.02.2017 16:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: The No-Gym Workout This quick workout gets you into great shape at home without costly equipment. WebMD's pictures show the best moves for flat abs and total body fitness. Don't pay hefty gym fees to get fit -- these 15 moves use gravity and your own body weight to do the job.
"26.02.2017 14:01:00" webmd.com Pictures: What's Missing From Your Diet? If you feel like something is a little off, but you're not sure exactly what, you may not be getting enough of some key vitamins or minerals. Depending on what's going on, there might be a food (or supplement) for that. No one knows for sure what causes canker sores, but they've been linked to lack of B12, zinc, folate, and iron. Here are good sources:
"26.02.2017 12:00:01" High-Protein Breakfasts A high-protein breakfast is just what you need to power through your day. Here are 5 ideas (that aren't all eggs):
"26.02.2017 06:04:26" webmd.com Slideshow: A Closer Look at Depression What is depression? WebMD provides information on symptoms, tests, and treatments for many types of the disorder. Depression is sometimes linked to physical symptoms-- including fatigue, insomnia and persistent aches or pains. What to know:
"26.02.2017 05:15:05" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ovarian Cancer Pictures show the symptoms, tests, and treatments for ovarian cancer, as well as what factors raise your risk for the disease. While there is no definitive diet to prevent ovarian cancer, there is evidence that what you eat can make a difference.
"26.02.2017 03:33:21" webmd.com Slideshow: Gout -- Learn About the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments See what gout looks like, and learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of this painful form of arthritis -- including how to avoid gout attacks through medication, diet, and lifestyle changes. The joint at the base of the big toe is the most common site of an acute gout attack. What you need to know:
"26.02.2017 02:30:12" webmd.com Quiz: Is Your Eyesight Worsening? Do you see what you should see? Let WebMD test your knowledge on the signs of declining vision. True or false: 3-D movies are bad for your eyes.
"26.02.2017 00:00:03" Here's what happens inside your body when you have an allergic reaction:
"25.02.2017 23:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Type 1 Diabetes WebMD offers a slideshow of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 1 diabetes. The symptoms of type 1 diabetes tend to come on suddenly. What you need to know:
"25.02.2017 22:00:31" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Low Testosterone A dip in a man's sex drive can be a symptom of low testosterone -- or a normal part of aging. See the symptoms and treatments for 'Low T' in this slideshow from WebMD. Testosterone is usually measured with a blood test done early in the morning, when levels are highest. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 20:02:04" webmd.com Slideshow: The MIND Diet That May Help Fight Alzheimer's Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia in older people. Click through to find out how the MIND diet may help prevent or delay symptoms. Nuts and berries are ideal snacks -- both have been linked to better brain health. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 17:01:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Everything About Hepatitis C WebMD shows you what you need to know about hepatitis C, including symptoms, treatment, and prevention. If left untreated, hepatitis C can turn into lifelong liver disease. What you need to know about treatment and prevention:
"25.02.2017 16:01:22" webmd.com How Well Do You Know Your Pancreas? Your pancreas does a lot for you. True or false: You can live without a pancreas.
"25.02.2017 14:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea Aside from plain water, coffee and tea are the most enjoyed beverages around the world. Most of us like the caffeine boost that comes with a cup of tea or coffee-- but it can be good for your health, too.
"25.02.2017 12:00:00" We may associate cholesterol with fatty foods, but most of the waxy substance is made by our own bodies. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 06:00:53" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Breast Cancer Symptoms, Lumps, Tests, and Treatments Learn about the breast cancer experience, from symptoms and tests to treatments, recovery, and prevention. Pictures show breast structure and tumors. The odds of beating breast cancer are strongly tied to how early you find it. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 05:05:34" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Migraine Headaches Learn about the many different symptoms, triggers, and treatments for these severe headaches. Pictures show the visual problems (aura) and brain structures affected. Migraine sufferers often report that certain foods trigger their headaches. Common culprits include:
"25.02.2017 04:01:04" webmd.com Slideshow: OAB -- Helping an Overactive Bladder Learn about OAB symptoms and treatment. WebMD shows you how to deal with bladder problems through lifestyle changes, surgery, medication, and more. Getting up more than once or twice a night to go to the bathroom can be a sign of overactive bladder. At least 30 million Americans have it -- learn more:
"25.02.2017 03:31:53" webmd.com Slideshow: What Conditions Cause Back Pain? Many things can make your back hurt. Find out more about a few of them, including what you can do about them. If you hurt the muscles or tissues around your spine, your muscles may try to protect that area by going into spasm.
"25.02.2017 02:28:05" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Foods That Are Good for Your Eyes Discover an array of foods (beyond carrots) with nutrients that will help your eyes stay healthy now and later. One sweet potato also has more than half the vitamin C you need in a day and a little vitamin E.
"25.02.2017 01:00:56" blogs.webmd.com Sargento Expands Cheese Recall « Inside Health News Sargento Foods Inc. has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination RECALL ALERT: Sargento has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination. Check your fridge for these items:
"25.02.2017 00:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Manage Your Crohn's Disease WebMD shows you how to keep your Crohn's under control with treatments, exercise, stress relief, and food tips. Crohn's can make it harder for your body to absorb vitamins like D and B-12. What you should know before trying supplements:
"24.02.2017 22:00:53" webmd.com 9 Parents of Twins Share Their Best Advice We asked what they would tell other parents before bringing two bundles of joy into the world. "My best advice would be to have a lot of patience and when a friend offers to help, take them up on it. Sometimes our house was in chaos, but I wouldn't want it any other way."
"24.02.2017 21:00:38" webmd.com Over 400,000 Toy Frogs Recalled for Injury Hazard Moose Toys says it's recalling hundreds of thousands of Little Live Pets Lil Frog toys and Lil Frog Lily Pad toys due to an injury hazard. RECALL ALERT: Moose Toys is recalling hundreds of thousands of Little Live Pets Lil Frog toys due an injury hazard. Learn more:
"24.02.2017 20:01:55" webmd.com Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds Heroin and other opioids accounted for about half of the deaths, a reflection of this decade's prescription painkiller epidemic.
"24.02.2017 19:10:17" webmd.com 'Superbug' Infections Striking More U.S. Kids Antibiotic-resistant germs no longer confined to hospitals, study warns This antibiotic-resistant bacterial infection, previously only found in hospitals, has increased 700% in US children since 2007. What you should know:
"24.02.2017 18:00:16" webmd.com More Than 500,000 Toddler Swings Recalled Injuries to children are prompting the recall of 540,000 Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug'n Secure pink toddler swings RECALL ALERT: Little Tikes is recalling over half a million toddler swings, following reports of injury. Learn more:
"24.02.2017 17:00:02" The Basics: Gonorrhea About 800,000 people get gonorrhea each year. Here's what to know:
"24.02.2017 16:01:12" webmd.com Quiz: Cardio vs. Weights Which is better for you -- running or pumping iron? Find out how much you know about the best exercise for your body. True or false: Cardio is the only exercise that may help prevent heart disease.
"24.02.2017 15:00:35" webmd.com Vomiting Syndrome on the Rise in Heavy Pot Smokers Experts are trying to figure out why more heavy marijuana users are getting a rare illness that causes vomiting and abdominal pain. Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome -- also known as cyclical vomiting syndrome -- is on the rise among heavy marijuana users, but experts aren't sure why. What you should know:
"24.02.2017 14:01:35" webmd.com How Much Do You Know About Spreading Germs? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about spreading germs. We have some bad news if you follow the "5-second" rule.
"24.02.2017 12:00:33" What Your Liver Does Your liver is one of the hardest-working organs in your body. Here's how you can take care of it:
"24.02.2017 06:03:54" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lung Cancer WebMD's pictures show who's at risk for lung cancer, symptoms, tests, and promising new treatments. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women. What you need to know:
"24.02.2017 05:03:41" webmd.com Slideshow: The 30-Minute Workout Routine Think you don't have time to work out? You do! Intensity is key, especially if you don't have much time. Get moving with this 30 minute "quickie" routine that includes cardio and resistance training for each major muscle group. A short–burst, high–intensity workout boosts your metabolism and tones muscles. Get moving with this 30-minute routine:
"24.02.2017 04:03:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Precancerous Skin Lesions and Skin Cancer Like many cancers, skin cancers -- including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma -- start as precancerous lesions. This WebMD slideshow tells you how to spot the early warning signs of skin cancer and seek treatment. Skin cancer will strike an estimated 40-50% of fair-skinned people who live to 65. Learn to spot the early warning signs:
"24.02.2017 03:32:25" webmd.com Slideshow: Listen Up -- All About Ear Conditions What's that? I can't hear you. Maybe it's tinnitus, or impacted ear wax, or cauliflower ear (yup, that's a thing). Find out what may be ailing your ears in this slideshow. Cauliflower ear is caused by repeated hits and cuts to the ear-- and it can affect more than how it looks. What you need to know:
"24.02.2017 02:31:07" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Ways to Wreck Your Sleep A lousy night's sleep can mean a bad day at the office. Here are a few things that can get in the way of good rest. Any artificial light at night can be bad for sleep-- especially the glow from your phone, laptop or TV.
"24.02.2017 01:28:04" webmd.com Quiz: Mouth Myths and Facts WebMD Quiz: Is Your Smile as Bright as It Can Be? Test your knowledge about how to have white teeth and healthy gums in this WebMD quiz. Which food is better for your smile: Oranges, dried apricots or celery?
"24.02.2017 00:01:08" webmd.com What Is an Ovarian Cyst? Each month, the ovaries make eggs in women who have not reached menopause. Cysts are a normal part of this cycle. But some cysts are not normal and need attention. Learn more about ovarian cysts and how to treat them. Ovarian cysts are common and usually go away on their own, but sometimes require emergency attention. What to know:
"23.02.2017 23:00:29" webmd.com Belly Fat vs. Being Overweight in Older Women While a few extra pounds doesn't up death risk, weight around the middle does, study contends The study found that risk of mortality increased when waist circumference measured more than 31.5 inches.
"23.02.2017 21:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: 20 Foods That Can Save Your Heart The top foods for heart health go beyond cholesterol busters to edamame, nuts, salmon, even coffee, in this list from WebMD. Cooking tips and pictures show how to work new foods into your diet. Fresh herbs, black beans, red wine, and salmon are on our list of 20 foods that can save your heart. See the rest here:
"23.02.2017 20:10:01" webmd.com A Stressed Life May Mean a Wider Waistline Study finds chronic anxiety might raise risk of obesity Could high stress be to blame for widening waistlines? New research suggests a link:
"23.02.2017 18:30:13" Timeline Photos In today's social media-centric world, bullying has moved into cyberspace -- and it's not only between kids. What everyone should know: http://wb.md/2mh5VRM
"23.02.2017 17:00:51" Southwestern Rice Pinto Bean Salad Delicious! Enjoy this healthy salad as a vegetarian main course, or pair it up as a low-cholesterol side.
"23.02.2017 16:07:19" webmd.com Unhealthy in Middle Age, Dementia in Old Age? Diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking may set you up for Alzheimer's, research suggests Diabetes in middle age was linked with the highest risk for dementia in old age -- as high as 77%.
"23.02.2017 15:09:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Secrets of Healthy Eating and Portion Control Practicing portion control can help you lose weight and eat a healthy diet. But how much is too much? Use this pictorial guide from WebMD to gauge serving sizes. Start downsizing your food to healthy portions and your body will follow suit. Our portion size guide can help:
"23.02.2017 14:01:29" webmd.com Water Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Hydration? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about hydration, how much water you need, the signs of dehydration, sports drinks, and more. Your body has water in every cell, tissue, and organ. Learn more:
"23.02.2017 12:00:00" Nerve pain may be hard to control, but with the right treatment-- it doesn't have to control you.
"23.02.2017 06:00:59" webmd.com Slideshow: ADHD in Adults Most people think of children when they hear the term attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But 30%-70% of kids with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. WebMD provides an overview of ADHD in adults. Many adults don't learn that they have ADHD until they get help for another problem, such as anxiety or depression. What to know:
"23.02.2017 05:06:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Blisters Causes and Treatment Blisters can result from an ill-fitting shoe, a bug bite, or a serious health problem like shingles. Find out more about what causes them and how to treat them. If you've had chickenpox, you also can get shingles, which targets nerves and causes a painful rash with blisters.
"23.02.2017 04:02:50" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Heart Failure Heart failure is a serious condition, but you can lead a fulfilling life with it. Learn the symptoms, treatments, and more. Your heart can begin to fail as you age, but the condition can affect young people, too. What you need to know:
"23.02.2017 03:30:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriasis photos, triggers that cause itchy, painful skin WebMD shows 10 pictures of psoriasis triggers. See what to avoid for natural relief from this dry, itchy, painful skin rash. Yeast infections, thrush, strep throat, respiratory infections, and staph infections are all known triggers for psoriasis. More info:
"23.02.2017 02:27:04" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About Coffee WebMD tests your knowledge on the good, the bad, and the surprising about America's favorite beverage. True or false: Coffee has more antioxidants than fruits and vegetables.
"23.02.2017 01:31:19" webmd.com Norovirus: Symptoms and Treatment WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of noroviruses. Norovirus causes an average of 19-21 million cases of acute gastroenteritis in the U.S. per year. What you should know:
"23.02.2017 00:00:39" webmd.com Does Zika Harm Male Fertility? The CDC is working with a fertility clinic in Puerto Rico to determine if men infected by Zika have lower sperm counts or lower sperm function after infection Three separate studies have documented the grave damage the Zika virus can do to the male testes, at least in mice.
"22.02.2017 23:00:31" webmd.com Brain Chip Helps Paralyzed 'Type' With Their Mind Researchers report patients showed fastest speeds seen yet in such experiments The new study involved three patients with severe limb weakness. Two had ALS, and the other had a spinal cord injury.
"22.02.2017 21:05:28" Timeline Photos Fresh herbs, black beans, red wine, and salmon are on our list of 20 foods that can save your heart. See the rest here: http://wb.md/2lqo29y
"22.02.2017 19:06:58" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Basic Yoga Poses From beginners to yogi pros, anyone can make these basic poses part of a daily yoga practice. Warrior poses work lower body muscles and build stamina and balance. More about how to strike this strengthening pose:
"22.02.2017 17:00:45" The Doctor is LIVE: Skin Health We're LIVE and taking your questions on skin health! Post them below for WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH, and dermatologist Stephanie S Gardner, MD.
"22.02.2017 16:00:32" webmd.com No, Your Cat Isn't a Threat to Your Mental Health Study designed to allay fears that kitty poop parasites raise odds for schizophrenia, other disorders Cat owners can breathe a sigh of relief: Your feline's litter box likely won't put your family's mental health at risk.
"22.02.2017 15:04:39" webmd.com U.S. Life Expectancy May Rise to Over 80 by 2030 But other developed countries expected to have even bigger longevity gains, study says By 2030, American women will live an average of more than 83 years, while men may reach an average of 80, a new study says.
"22.02.2017 14:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Skin Says About Your Health Skin problems are often the first sign of serious underlying health problems, such as diabetes and lung cancer. Join us today at 12pmET as WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH and dermatologist Stephanie S Gardner, MD take your skin health questions LIVE! Post your questions below.
"22.02.2017 06:05:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Home Remedies: What Works? Click through to find out about home remedies: Some that work, some that don't, and some that you should avoid at all costs. Ginger has been used for thousands of years in Asian medicine to treat stomachaches, diarrhea, and nausea. Learn more:
"22.02.2017 05:05:09" webmd.com Slideshow: 17 Tips to Lose 100 Pounds or More These lifestyle changes -- suggested by experts and real people who've lost the weight -- can help you stay on the path toward a healthier body and a happier you. Don't forget to celebrate those non-scale victories, too!
"22.02.2017 04:02:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Things That Are Bad for Your Bones Your bones need to be strong and healthy. But some things, WebMD says, aren't so good for them. Is your bone health at risk because of these things? What you need to know:
"22.02.2017 03:36:31" webmd.com What Is an Ankle Sprain? An ankle sprain is a common injury caused by turning or twisting your ankle. Your symptoms depend on how much your ankle ligament is strained or torn. One very clear sign of an ankle sprain is it hurts. A lot. Other symptoms you might have when your ankle is sprained:
"22.02.2017 02:30:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Lactose Intolerance – How to Get Calcium and Vitamin D See how to eat right when dairy gives you stomach problems. WebMD shows you ways to get calcium and vitamin D through lactose-free milk, foods, and the sun. Beans are nutritional powerhouses that boast calcium. Learn more:
"22.02.2017 01:30:34" webmd.com Same-Sex Marriage Laws Tied to Fewer Teen Suicides Perceived acceptance may benefit gay, lesbian and bisexual teens, study suggests While as many as 40% of gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens have considered suicide, legal approval of same sex marriage may reduce risk by 14%, a new study says.
"22.02.2017 00:00:47" webmd.com Congressional Group Supports Vaccine Safety Letter comes in response to President Trump's reported support for anti-vaccine groups The bipartisan statement comes after reports that President Donald Trump has shown some support for the widely discredited "anti-vaxxer" movement.
"21.02.2017 22:15:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea Most of us like the ritual -- not to mention the caffeine boost -- that comes with a cup of tea or coffee. But it can be good for your health, too. Coffee and tea don't just give you a boost -- they contain antioxidants that can help you fight off cell-damaging free radicals.
"21.02.2017 21:13:25" webmd.com Former Teen Heartthrob David Cassidy Has Dementia Cassidy says both his grandfather and his mother struggled with dementia in their final years David Cassidy has come forward about his battle with dementia: "I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming."
"21.02.2017 21:02:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Kids' Eczema Skin Care Dos and Don'ts Keeping your child's skin healthy can be tricky if he or she has eczema. Know what to do and what not to do. If your child has eczema, keep an eye out for signs of infection. What to look for:
"21.02.2017 20:22:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Itches, Rashes, Bumps and Other Adult Skin Problems Is your skin itching, breaking out, covered in a rash, or playing host to spots of some sort? It may be the result of infection, a chronic skin condition, or contact with an allergen or irritant. This WebMD slide shows you how to spot skin problems Join us tomorrow at 12pmET for a Facebook LIVE -- we'll be taking your questions about skin health! Post your questions in the comments.
"21.02.2017 18:51:05" webmd.com Vomiting Syndrome on the Rise in Heavy Pot Smokers Experts are trying to figure out why more heavy marijuana users are getting a rare illness that causes vomiting and abdominal pain. A growing number of heavy marijuana users are suffering from cyclical vomiting syndrome -- and experts aren't sure why. What you should know:
"21.02.2017 17:00:39" blogs.webmd.com Sargento Expands Cheese Recall « Inside Health News A week after issuing a recall of some cheese varieties over possible listeria contamination, Sargento Foods Inc. voluntarily expanded the recall and terminated its relationship with a supplier. RECALL ALERT: Sargento has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination. What you need to know:
"21.02.2017 15:58:21" Lots of things can trigger heart palpitations-- including anxiety, medications or strenuous exercise. Learn more:
"21.02.2017 15:02:03" webmd.com Possible Drawback to Gluten-Free: Toxic Metals Higher levels of arsenic, mercury found in people who follow this eating plan, study finds Those who ate gluten-free diets had nearly twice the levels of arsenic in their urine, and 70% higher levels of mercury in their blood, according to a new study.
"21.02.2017 14:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: What's in Your Water? Water: You drink it, bathe in it, and cook with it. So shouldn't you know what's in it? Whether you have well or city water, things like lead can get in after it leaves the source. What to know:
"21.02.2017 12:00:43" 5 Easy High-Protein Breakfasts
"21.02.2017 06:03:50" webmd.com Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar, made from fermented apples, has been used as a health tonic for thousands of years for many different ailments. Does it work? Women with osteoporosis should be wary of apple cider vinegar. Used regularly, it could reduce bone density.
"21.02.2017 05:03:43" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Concussions and Brain Injuries What happens when you hit your head -- hard? This WebMD slideshow shows you how the brain reacts to and recovers from blows. Getting a second concussion before the first one has healed can slow your recovery and increase the risk for permanent damage.
"21.02.2017 04:01:14" webmd.com Slideshow: What's Causing Your Pelvic Pain? Pictures show the causes of pelvic pain in women including fibroids, cysts, IBS, PMS, appendicitis, bladder infections, and unusual vulvar pain. Medical illustrations show what's happening inside the pelvis. If you have pain below your belly button and above your legs, it counts as pelvic pain.