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"22.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Laryngitis Laryngitis occurs when your vocal cords get irritated or inflamed. Here's how you can get your voice back:
"22.01.2017 06:02:23" 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. Smoking isn't the risk factor for lung cancer.
"22.01.2017 05:02:14" webmd.com Slideshow: 16 Remedies for Restless Legs Syndrome RLS can make it hard or impossible for you to get enough sleep. Try these home remedies:
"22.01.2017 04:02:16" 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. Too much sodium can raise your blood pressure and put you at higher risk for heart attack and stroke.
"22.01.2017 03:35:30" webmd.com Quiz: Diet, Exercise, and Your Metabolism Try this WebMD quiz to find out how much you know about your metabolism and metabolic rate and about how they are affected by diet, weight training, and muscle mass. True or false: Women usually have a higher metabolic rate than men.
"22.01.2017 00:00:00" How to Massage Your Muscles with a Foam Roller No need to book a massage: Here's how to loosen up your own muscles with a foam roller.
"21.01.2017 23:01:01" 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 is the most common fungal infection of the nails, also called onychomycosis. What to watch for:
"21.01.2017 22:04:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Essential Screening Tests for Women WebMD guides women through health screenings their doctor may recommend based on their age and risk factors. Screening tests may help find diseases or conditions like cancer or diabetes early, when they are easier to treat. Screening tests can spot illnesses even before you have symptoms. Learn more:
"21.01.2017 21:03:07" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Osteoarthritis Delve into the causes, symptoms, and pain relief treatments of osteoarthritis, also called "wear and tear" arthritis or degenerative joint disease. The symptoms of osteoarthritis tend to develop slowly. When you may notice pain or soreness:
"21.01.2017 20:02:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Cauliflower, Your Kitchen Chameleon Cauliflower is bursting with health benefits, and there are so many ways to prepare it. Love creamy soups but hate the calories that come with it? Try pureed cauliflower as a healthy swap:
"21.01.2017 17:01:26" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Parkinson's Disease Tremors and frozen muscles are typical Parkinson's symptoms shown in WebMD's comprehensive slideshow about the disease. The early signs of Parkinson's may be subtle and can be confused with other conditions. What you need to know:
"21.01.2017 16:01:14" 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: People with muscles burn more calories.
"21.01.2017 14:00:59" webmd.com Quiz: Surprising Facts About Your Stomach Know everything there is to know about your middle? WebMD tests your smarts on digestion, belly fat, tummy troubles, and more. Do you know how long it takes for food to reach your stomach?
"21.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Microblading Microblading uses tiny needles to scratch lines in your skin, which are injected with dye to give the appearance of fuller eyebrows. Is it safe?
"21.01.2017 06:00:55" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Fatigue Really tired? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about fatigue. Find out about symptoms of exhaustion and the causes of your sleepiness. True or false: Sugar is an easy way to help fight fatigue.
"21.01.2017 05:02:51" webmd.com Vitamin Benefits Quiz Discover the benefits of vitamins and test your knowledge in this WebMD quiz. How much do you know about the vitamins you get, and are you getting all the vitamin benefits in your daily food? True or false: Vitamins and minerals are safe no matter how much you take.
"21.01.2017 04:01:25" webmd.com Slideshow: Low-Carb Snacks We all snack. You can, even if you're on a low-carb diet. Get ideas about smart snacks that are low in carbohydrates. The best part about these low-carb treats? They are as easy to toss together as they are delicious.
"21.01.2017 03:33:33" webmd.com Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Hemorrhoids? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about what hemorrhoids are, how they're treated -- and why you'll probably get them. Hemorrhoids are most common between the ages of 45 and 65. And if your parents had hemorrhoids, you're more likely to get them.
"21.01.2017 02:30:22" 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 study found that vitamin E can help slow age-related macular degeneration and prevent cataracts.
"21.01.2017 01:00:00" The Basics: Anxiety How do you handle anxiety?
"21.01.2017 00:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: Images of Childhood Skin Problems Hives, ringworm, warts: just a few skin conditions often seen in babies and children. How can you recognize these common childhood conditions -- and is home treatment possible? Impetigo is caused by bacteria and creates red sores that may develop a yellow-brown edge. Learn more:
"20.01.2017 23:01:19" 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. Berry smoothies can seem healthy, but some may have a surprising amount of sugar and no fresh fruit.
"20.01.2017 22:00:47" webmd.com Cancer: A Manageable Chronic Disease? People are living longer with cancer. What would it look like if you could treat cancer as a chronic condition? Cancer treatments are getting smarter and better. As a result, people are treating -- and living with -- cancer longer.
"20.01.2017 20:00:48" webmd.com FDA: New Fish Guidelines for Kids, Pregnant Women Agency recommends 2-3 servings of 'best choices' weekly These 7 types of fish should be avoided by children, pregnant or breast-feeding women, and women who may become pregnant:
"20.01.2017 18:30:54" education.webmd.com I Have BRAF-Mutated Melanoma: Now What? Learn about targeted treatments for this form of skin cancer. After a melanoma diagnosis, doctors will devise a targeted therapy depending on the type. Learn more:
"20.01.2017 17:00:25" webmd.com Slideshow: Worst Sandwiches -- Double-Fisted Diet Wreckers Can a small, deli chicken sandwich have nearly 1,000 calories? Check out the worst sandwiches at major restaurant chains in these pictures from WebMD. How to eat at a fast food joint without cheating on your diet:
"20.01.2017 16:00:47" webmd.com Brain Quiz: How Big Is Your Brain, How Many Cells Does It Have, & More Try this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about brain cells, brain size, and more. What surprised scientists about Einstein's brain?
"20.01.2017 14:00:52" 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 is one of the most common bone surgeries in the U.S. Here's what to expect if you need the operation:
"20.01.2017 12:17:26" Epidural Steroid Injections Ever wonder how an epidural works? Here's a fascinating look at the pain-relieving procedure.
"20.01.2017 06:03:08" webmd.com Quiz: What's Wrecking Your Sleep? WebMD Quiz: What's Wrecking Your Sleep? Stress, alcohol, and illness can keep you up. Find out what else might ruin your rest in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Exercising in the afternoon interrupts your sleep.
"20.01.2017 05:02:56" 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. How often do you usually use the bathroom daily? Is it more than 7 times -- and you can't wait? You may be one of the 30 million Americans who have OAB.
"20.01.2017 04:02:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Tips for Calming Your Cough Can't stop coughing? See which home cough remedies and other cough treatments work. And find out when it's time to see a doctor for your cough. Antibiotics won't stop a cough caused by a cold or flu. Try these remedies for relief instead:
"20.01.2017 03:29:23" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Your Bones WebMD Quiz: Myths and Facts About Your Bones. Is soda bad for your bones? Where's your funny bone? Find out in this WebMD quiz. Which bone gets broken the most often: Collar bone, arm or leg?
"20.01.2017 02:32:09" webmd.com Is It Bronchitis or Pneumonia? When it comes to bronchitis and pneumonia, it can be a little hard to tell them apart. Learn what causes each lung infection:
"20.01.2017 01:27:07" 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. Nerve damage caused by diabetes can harm your kidneys through pressure or infection.
"20.01.2017 00:00:47" webmd.com Slideshow: The 7-Minute Workout The 7-minute workout can help you get and stay in shape. There are 12 exercises in the workout. Each should take 30 seconds, with a 10-second "break."
"19.01.2017 23:01:05" webmd.com High Blood Pressure Quiz WebMD Quiz: Do You Know if You Have High Blood Pressure? 1 in 5 people who have it don't. Find out how much you know about hypertension and how to treat it. Even if you feel fine, high blood pressure can damage your heart and other organs.
"19.01.2017 21:00:21" 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. Regular aspirin use may help women avoid which of the following: Parkinson's disease, pimples or PMS?
"19.01.2017 20:00:49" webmd.com Slideshow: See Pictures of Birthmarks Some types of birthmarks are very common and others need special attention. View these pictures of birthmarks and see if the port wine stain, strawberry hemangioma, salmon patches, and others look familiar. Strawberry hemangiomas occur on the surface of the skin, usually on the face, scalp, back, or chest.
"19.01.2017 18:30:34" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods That Are Good Sources of Water Drinking water is one way to stay hydrated, but you can get a lot of water from food as well. Drinking liquids isn't the only way to stay hydrated.
"19.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Text Neck Your head weighs 12 pounds, but when you hunch over, a 60-degree angle is equal to 60 pounds of force.
"19.01.2017 16:00:22" webmd.com How Much Do You Know About Your Tongue? How well do you know your tongue? From tip to taste buds, WebMD tests your tongue knowledge. True or false: Your taste buds are grouped in “zones” for different flavors.
"19.01.2017 15:06:40" webmd.com Ticks Carrying Lyme Disease in Some National Parks U.S. National Park Service and CDC advise using insect repellents on clothes and skin Lyme disease symptoms include fever, headache and rash. Left untreated, the infection can spread to the heart, joints and nervous system.
"19.01.2017 14:00:41" webmd.com Quiz: Sniff Out the Facts About Your Sense of Smell It's right under your nose, but what do you know about your sense of smell? Take this WebMD quiz to test your nose smarts about all things smelly. Do perfumes really smell different on different people? Test your sense of smell knowledge:
"19.01.2017 12:00:00" Tired of the same lunch routine? This rice and bean salad packs a powerful punch of fiber.
"19.01.2017 04:45:25" 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 your knuckles.
"19.01.2017 01:30:49" webmd.com Slideshow: Reasons You May Have Brain Fog Feeling a little “foggy” in the head? Having trouble remembering things? You may have something called “brain fog.” Check out a few things that can cause it. You may feel confused, disorganized, or find it hard to focus or put your thoughts into words. Here's what we know about potential causes of "brain fog":
"19.01.2017 00:00:53" webmd.com Quiz: Get to the Bottom of Your Belly Button Whether you have an innie or an outie, your navel is a puzzling body part. Test how much you know about that little lint trap. True or false: The position of your belly button can make you a better athlete.
"18.01.2017 23:00:34" webmd.com Hot Chili Peppers May Extend Life Hot Chili Peppers May Extend Life: Study Hot red chili pepper consumption was associated with a 13% lower risk of death, according to a new study.
"18.01.2017 21:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: Nerve Pain Explained See nerve pain symptoms, causes, and treatment options. WebMD shows you tips for dealing with the tingling and numbness that may be caused by neuropathy. Many conditions -- such as diabetes, shingles, and cancer -- may cause injury and nerve pain.
"18.01.2017 18:59:26" The Doctor Is LIVE: The Future of Fertility Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH, and Gwinnett OB/GYN Associates' Dr. Traci Johnson are answering YOUR questions about fertility!
"18.01.2017 17:00:10" 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.
"18.01.2017 16:00:35" webmd.com U.S. Abortion Rate Drops to Lowest in Decades U.S. Abortion Rate Drops to Lowest in Decades The number of abortions in the U.S. in 2014 was the lowest in 40 years, according to a new study by the Guttmacher Institute.
"18.01.2017 15:04:08" webmd.com ACA Repeal: Many More Uninsured, Higher Premiums? Nonpartisan report analyzes probable effects of a 2015 Congressional bill Repealing major parts of Obamacare could leave 32 million Americans uninsured by 2026, according to a new report from the U.S. Congressional Budget Office.
"18.01.2017 14:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: What People With Cancer Wish You Knew You probably know someone who's had cancer. But you might not know about everything they're going through. Learn what it's really like, so you can support them better. When someone has a serious illness like cancer, they might not want to ask for help but would love it if you stepped up without being asked.
"18.01.2017 12:00:00" How to make a skinny latte There's a latte to love about this low-cal recipe.
"18.01.2017 06:01:57" webmd.com What's Causing Your Knee Pain? Got knee pain? It can happen for lots of reasons. WebMD shares the top causes. The type of knee pain and where it strikes can vary, depending on what the problem is.
"18.01.2017 05:01:54" 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. Anyone can get bladder cancer, but some factors put you at greater risk.
"18.01.2017 04:01:02" webmd.com Quiz: Can Supplements Help Your Cholesterol? Can you improve your cholesterol numbers naturally with supplements? Learn more in this WebMD quiz. Does green tea really help your cholesterol? Test your knowledge now:
"18.01.2017 03:28:48" webmd.com Slideshow: The Truth About Vitamin D Can vitamin D help you lose weight, fight depression, or even avoid cancer? Could you be "D" deficient? WebMD's slideshow covers the truth about vitamin D. Could vitamin D supplements prevent dementia? What researchers have discovered so far:
"18.01.2017 02:31:04" webmd.com Colicky Baby? You Might Give Acupuncture a Try Treatment with 1 to 5 needles might stop the excessive crying, Swedish researchers say After 2 weeks of treatment about two-thirds of babies given acupuncture no longer had colic, according to a new study.
"18.01.2017 01:33:05" webmd.com Can Coffee Perk Up Heart Health, Too? In lab tests, caffeine blocked inflammatory response, but did not prove cause-and-effect The caffeine in your morning cup of joe may do more than jolt you awake.
"18.01.2017 00:00:38" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Daily Habits to Ease Chronic Pain Get a handle on your chronic pain today – WebMD shows you 10 tips to get started. Find out what simple things you can do every day to make living less painful and more manageable.
"17.01.2017 22:17:56" Medscape Medscape Facebook Live: Disruptive Medicine Join in the conversation with Hansa Bhargava, MD and Dr. Cheryl Pegus, live from Medscape! Post your questions below.
"17.01.2017 21:00:41" webmd.com Slideshow: Fertility & Ovulation: Facts to Help You Get Pregnant WebMD explains how to track your most fertile days of the month by monitoring ovulation. Also learn about things that increase or decrease your fertility like age, weight, and diet. Questions about fertility? Join us for a Facebook LIVE discussion on the future of fertility, featuring Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH and Gwinnett OB/GYN Associates's Dr. Traci Johnson, at 2pmET on Wednesday! Comment below with your questions!
"17.01.2017 20:00:12" webmd.com Immunotherapy: How it Works for Cancer For many different cancers, immunotherapy is changing everything. How does it work? Researchers hope immunotherapy treatment will harness the power of your body's natural defenses to fight cancer cells, just like it would with a germ, virus, or allergy.
"17.01.2017 18:30:11" webmd.com 'Superbug' May Be More Widespread Than Thought Study of 4 U.S. hospitals found wide variety of germs resistant to antibiotics of last resort The “nightmare bacteria" was found in 4 hospitals across the U.S. What you need to know:
"17.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Vitamin D Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to colon and breast cancers, diabetes, high blood pressure, and more. Do you know how to get enough?
"17.01.2017 16:02:48" webmd.com Hallucinogens: Future of Mental Health Treatment? Hallucinogenic drugs have mostly been banned for decades, but drugs like LSD, psilocybin, and ecstasy have shown promise in treating conditions like depression, PTSD, and addiction. Many doctors are testing LSD, “magic mushrooms,” and ecstasy to treat conditions like depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
"17.01.2017 15:18:12" webmd.com Mold Found in Baby Teething Toy Mold Found in Baby Teething Toy Please share with friends and family who may have a Sophie the Giraffe teething toy at home.
"17.01.2017 14:01:01" 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. Your chances of getting a skin infection are higher when you have diabetes.
"17.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Fibromyalgia Doctors aren't sure what causes fibromyalgia, but it may run in families. Here's what might trigger it:
"17.01.2017 06:00:48" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Caffeine Take this WebMD quiz and see how much you really know about caffeine. True or false: Caffeine is addictive.
"17.01.2017 05:02:43" webmd.com Slideshow: Improve Your Immunity When your immune system is strong, you have a better chance of fighting off colds and other infections. WebMD gives you tips to strengthen your immunity. They weren't kidding when they said "man's best friend": Pet owners have lower blood pressure and cholesterol and healthier hearts.
"17.01.2017 04:01:28" webmd.com Pain Tolerance Tied to 'Silent' Heart Attack Risk Unusual symptoms include upper back or jaw pain, shortness of breath and nausea, cardiologist says A new study finds people who are less sensitive to pain may be at increased risk of having a "silent" heart attack.
"17.01.2017 03:35:14" webmd.com Hallucinogens: Future of Mental Health Treatment? Hallucinogenic drugs have mostly been banned for decades, but drugs like LSD, psilocybin, and ecstasy have shown promise in treating conditions like depression, PTSD, and addiction. The long, strange trip of research into the benefits of hallucinogenic drugs may be taking another turn.
"17.01.2017 02:32:13" webmd.com Slideshow: ADHD in Children Does your child fidget a lot and can't seem to pay attention in school? Those are some of the signs of ADHD. WebMD shows you what all the symptoms are like and find out how it's treated. One sign of ADHD: Your kid just can't seem to sit still.
"17.01.2017 01:30:27" webmd.com How I Finally Quit Making Excuses and Got Healthy Habits to Stick How I Finally Quit Making Excuses and Got Healthy Habits to Stick "Instead of thinking I could punish myself into changing, I tried to love myself into changing—and that had a more enjoyable and lasting effect."
"17.01.2017 00:00:18" webmd.com Slideshow: 9 Ways to Eat Clean Clean eating means choosing foods that are as natural as possible. How can you make it work for you? Studies show that a diet high in whole grains can lower your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and colon cancer.
"16.01.2017 23:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Postpartum Depression WebMD offers a pictorial guide to postpartum depression symptoms: who gets it, how it's different from the “baby blues,” and ways to feel better. Postpartum depression affects about 13% of moms after giving birth. What you need to know:
"16.01.2017 21:00:00" The Basics: Kratom Kratom has mind-altering effects, similar to opioid drugs. Is it addictive?
"16.01.2017 20:01:16" 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. Spinal stenosis can put pressure on the bones and nerves that run from your spine to your arms and legs. What you need to know:
"16.01.2017 18:32:07" webmd.com Why Do I Need a Blood Test for Sodium? You might have certain symptoms that lead your doctor to suspect that your sodium level may be too high or too low. Abnormal levels on a sodium blood test can point to various conditions. What you need to know:
"16.01.2017 17:01:01" webmd.com Quiz: Best & Worst Foods for Belly Fat Do you know which foods are best and worst for belly fat? Test your knowledge with this WebMD quiz, and learn how to eat for a slimmer waistline. True or false: Belly fat is worse for you than fat elsewhere on your body.
"16.01.2017 16:01:04" 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. In most cases, bipolar disorder symptoms usually start in people who are 15-30 years old. What you need to know:
"16.01.2017 15:00:50" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About the Common Cold The common cold can be uncommonly troublesome. Take this quiz to find out if you're cold-savvy. True or false: If you go outside with wet hair when it's chilly, you'll probably catch a cold.
"16.01.2017 14:01:16" 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. Tempted to skip breakfast? Studies have found that eating the first meal of the day may improve short-term memory and attention.
"16.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Fever A temperature a few degrees over 98.6 F is probably no need to worry -- but when should you call a doctor?
"16.01.2017 06:30:13" 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. Stop. Chewing. Ice.
"16.01.2017 05:29:04" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Gallblader? Unless you've had a gallbladder attack, you might not even know where this small organ is much less what it does. How well do you know your gallbladder? Your gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ connected to your liver and intestines that you can live without -- so what does it do?
"16.01.2017 04:30:02" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Healthy Foods to Eat After a Binge Reach for these foods after bingeing to restore get your body back on track. What to indulge in after you overindulge:
"16.01.2017 03:30:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Which Infertility Treatment Is for You? From IVF to acupuncture, WebMD's pictures show methods available to get pregnant. Costs, success rates, illustrations, and causes of infertility are also covered. It's a myth that relaxing or "giving it time" will overcome infertility -- the good news is, there are lots of medical options.
"16.01.2017 02:30:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Over 50? These Problems Can Sneak Up on You As you get older, you may need to watch out for a few health problems that can come on slowly. Here are some things you can do to stave them off. Since 1980, the number of middle-aged and older adults with diabetes has almost doubled -- and your risk of getting it goes up after you 45.
"16.01.2017 00:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Dry Skin and What You Can Do About It Check out these causes of rough, itchy skin, and find out how to treat it -- and prevent it. Dry skin is a common in the winter -- what can you do to help combat it?
"15.01.2017 23:00:49" webmd.com Slideshow: Pictures of Cold & Flu Symptoms, Treatments WebMD shows you cold symptoms and signs of flu virus. Learn what fever, cough, runny nose, and sore throat may mean, and treatment and prevention options. Flu season is upon us -- can you tell the difference between a cold and the flu?
"15.01.2017 21:00:48" 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. Lack of sleep can cause you to gain weight twofold: You're up longer, so you eat more, and it changes hormone levels, increasing appetite.
"15.01.2017 20:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: Why Does My Doctor Do That? Find out more about some of the things your doctor does at your annual physical. When your doctor looks in your ear, what's she actually looking for?
"15.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Whooping Cough Whooping cough is a highly contagious, potentially fatal disease that can be prevented with a vaccine. Here's what you need to know:
"15.01.2017 16:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: Alternative Treatments for Long-Term Pain See how alternative treatments can help ease your pain, including acupuncture, yoga, turmeric, and medical marijuana. Music as pain relief? According to one study, listening to music just 20 minutes a day can help relieve arthritis pain.
"15.01.2017 14:00:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Life After Baby, What You Didn't Realize See what's really in store when you bring your baby home. WebMD offers a slideshow with tips for new parents about sleep, getting help, adult relationships, and more when you have a newborn. A newborn's schedule may feel erratic at first, but after a few weeks babies take longer naps at predictable times.
"15.01.2017 12:00:01" 10-Minute Morning Yoga Routine
"15.01.2017 06:02:48" 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:
"15.01.2017 05:02:48" webmd.com Scientists Identify New Organ in Body Scientists Identify New Organ in Body Scientists have identified a new human organ. See how it works inside your body:
"15.01.2017 04:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ulcerative Colitis Severe cramping and diarrhea? WebMD's slideshow explains when these symptoms may be ulcerative colitis, and covers the causes, medicines, trigger foods, and coping tips for the illness. Although you can get it at any age, ulcerative colitis usually develops when you're between 15 and 25.
"15.01.2017 03:30:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Meet the Sweet Potato, Your New BFF These orange beauties are a nutritional powerhouse. Learn all the reasons to love the humble sweet potato. Just 1 baked sweet potato can give your body 400% of the vitamin A it needs to keep your eyes and skin healthy.
"15.01.2017 02:28:02" webmd.com Quiz: Take Your Brain for a Spin! What causes vertigo? What you can do about it? Keep your head on straight to find out fun facts about dizziness and balance. True or false: The most common type of vertigo can be treated with a simple head exercise.
"15.01.2017 00:00:44" 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 have a lower risk of heart disease: A, B or O?
"14.01.2017 23:00:36" 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.
"14.01.2017 22:00:55" webmd.com All You Need to Know About Stents WebMD provides information about heart stents, why they're used, and what types are available. Compared to coronary artery bypass surgery, people who get stents have less discomfort and a shorter recovery time. But stenting isn't risk-free. What you need to know:
"14.01.2017 21:01:09" 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. Walking 5.5 miles per week may be enough to lower your risk of heart attacks, strokes, and heart failure by 31%.
"14.01.2017 20:01:15" 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. If you have high blood pressure and it's not managed well, it can double or quadruple your risk of stroke.
"14.01.2017 17:00:31" Want to make your soup even healthier? How to skim off the fat -- and leave just the good stuff.
"14.01.2017 16:00:49" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Pilates Moves That Get Results Flat abs are one highly prized result of a Pilates workout. WebMD's pictures show beginning moves to help trim your belly and build long, lean muscles. The best part? Most of these moves can be done at home.
"14.01.2017 14:00:48" webmd.com Slideshow: Sneaky Depression Triggers as You Age From too little vitamin B12 to too much time alone, WebMD's slideshow offers a look at surprising causes of depression in midlife and beyond -- and how to beat it. People with chronic pain are 3 times as likely to have depression or an anxiety disorder. What you need to know:
"14.01.2017 12:00:00" No gym required: These 5 moves will strengthen your entire body and give you more energy for the day.
"14.01.2017 06:01:08" webmd.com Detox Diets: Do They Work? Are They Healthy? Find out how detox diets work and what the science says. Detoxes are popular, but does your body really need help cleansing itself?
"14.01.2017 05:03:52" webmd.com Slideshow: Where Is Sugar Hiding in Your Diet? Food labels list the amount of total sugar, but check the ingredients to see if sugar was added. (Look for words like “fructose,” “sucrose,” or “corn sweetener.”) Make a resolution to eat less sugar? Find out where it may be hiding in your diet.
"14.01.2017 04:02:16" 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:
"14.01.2017 03:35:06" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Clean Dry Skin See the best way to take care of dry skin. WebMD shows you how to use soap, moisturizers, exfoliation, and other skincare tips to keep dry skin healthy. If you have dry skin, is it more important to wash you face in the morning or at night?
"14.01.2017 02:30:31" 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? Apple cider vinegar has been used as a health tonic for thousands of years for many different ailments. What are the risks of taking apple cider vinegar?
"14.01.2017 01:30:49" fit.webmd.com Quiz: How to Survive the Attack of the Mega Portions Do you eat a whole tub of popcorn at the movies? Take this WebMD quiz to see if you can fight the mega portions monster. Restaurants often serve up mega sized meals. Do you know how to keep your portions in check?
"14.01.2017 00:01:05" webmd.com Quiz: Heart Rate and Exercise Do you know how your heart rate affects your exercise plan? Take this quiz to test your smarts. True or false: As long as your heart rate is under your maximum, everything is fine.
"13.01.2017 23:01:12" blogs.webmd.com One Doctor's Plan for Graceful Aging « Women's Health I recently got invited to a "Botox & Bagels Party," and it really sent me into a tailspin. Am I [...] An invite to a “Botox & Bagels Party" sent her into a tailspin. What one doctor discovered after the initial shock wore off:
"13.01.2017 22:00:44" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Acupuncture An ancient Chinese practice using ultra-thin needles may ease back pain and cancer treatments -- but may do nothing for other complaints. WebMD's slideshow covers the truth about acupuncture. Are you an acupuncture skeptic? Learn how it's used to treat pain from head to toe.
"13.01.2017 21:00:26" webmd.com New Ideas in Cancer Treatments There's no cure for cancer – yet. But researchers are making incredible strides in learning more about this stubborn disease. When you think of cancer treatments, chemotherapy and radiation probably come to mind. That may change soon.
"13.01.2017 20:09:27" webmd.com Sushi Lovers: Tapeworm Now Found in U.S. Salmon But risk of infection is low, infectious disease doctor says The Japanese broad tapeworm, also known as Diphyllobothrium nihonkaiense, can grow up to 30 feet long in the human body, according to the CDC.
"13.01.2017 18:00:00" The Basics: Intrauterine Devices As a method of birth control, IUDs are over 99% effective. Learn more:
"13.01.2017 17:00:53" webmd.com Can You Play 'Catch-Up' and Be Healthy? As your resolutions to be healthier run headlong into real life, don't give up. Science shows that you can still reap benefits if you catch up. Can you make up for missing weekday workouts over the weekend?
"13.01.2017 16:00:42" webmd.com How Concerned Should You Be About Medical Mistakes? Learn how to keep you and your loved ones safe. Reports suggest more than 250,000 people die per year due to medical errors, while millions more are harmed by drug-related mistakes.
"13.01.2017 15:36:20" webmd.com Women Brace for Changes to Health Benefits Under the Trump administration, coverage for women's services and contraceptives could disappear with the stroke of a pen, and that has some women worried. What could the repeal of Obamacare mean for birth control and women's health?
"13.01.2017 14:01:00" 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.
"13.01.2017 12:00:00" Your kidneys have a very important job. Amazing facts to know about the bean-shaped organs:
"13.01.2017 06:05:03" webmd.com Celiac Disease: How to Go Gluten-Free and Get Proper Nutrition Treating celiac disease means going gluten-free. Here's how to navigate a new way of eating. Celiac affects nearly 3 million Americans. What you need to know about navigating a new way of eating:
"13.01.2017 05:02:00" webmd.com Slideshow: Immune-Boosting Foods See foods that may help build your immune system to help you stay healthy and fight illness. WebMD shows you nutrient and antioxidant-rich fruits, vegetables, and more. Elderberries are loaded with antioxidants and may help fight inflammation.
"13.01.2017 04:01:48" webmd.com Ovulation Calculator If you're trying to get pregnant, this tool will help you determine when you likely ovulate and are most fertile.
"13.01.2017 03:33:27" webmd.com Slideshow: Thyroid Symptoms and Solutions We look at hidden thyroid disorders, from symptoms to treatments, with pictures and illustrations. Your thyroid produces hormones that control the speed of your metabolism -- the system that helps the body use energy.
"13.01.2017 02:30:22" webmd.com Senate Starts Obamacare Repeal Process Measure sets Jan. 27 deadline for draft of repeal legislation, avoids possibility of filibuster by Democrats The GOP-backed budget resolution passed this morning sets a Jan. 27 deadline for a draft of a repeal of what is commonly called Obamacare.
"13.01.2017 01:30:19" webmd.com Always Late? Here's How I Broke the Bad Habit in One Week Fed up with last-minute apologies and panic attacks, I finally learned how to be on time, every time. Research suggests about 20 percent of the U.S. population is chronically late. And unfortunately there's no easy fix -- but there is hope.
"12.01.2017 23:00:39" 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. True or false: Brisk walking counts as cardio exercise.
"12.01.2017 22:04:16" webmd.com Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Birth Control? How much do you know about birth control methods? WebMD busts myths about pregnancy prevention. Is it safe to go off birth control after the age of 50?
"12.01.2017 21:00:42" webmd.com Sushi Lovers: Tapeworm Now Found in U.S. Salmon But risk of infection is low, infectious disease doctor says How worried should raw-salmon lovers be? What you need to know:
"12.01.2017 20:00:35" webmd.com First Case of Local Zika in Pregnancy Described Baby shows no signs of brain abnormalities, but report urges doctors to be alert The Miami woman developed a fever, widespread rash and sore throat, followed by muscle and joint pain in the 23rd week of pregnancy.
"12.01.2017 19:12:55" webmd.com CVS Cuts Price of Generic Competitor to EpiPen CVS Cuts Price of Generic Competitor to EpiPen A generic version of Mylan's EpiPen is now available at CVS for $109.99, which is about one-sixth of the price.
"12.01.2017 16:57:56" Roseola is contagious and most common in kids under two years old. What you need to know:
"12.01.2017 15:39:36" webmd.com Brain 'Stress Ball' May Be Key to Heart Risks New brain-scan study helps pinpoint a neurological link between anxiety, cardiovascular disease A new study says heightened activity in a key part of your brain may explain why stress boosts your odds for heart disease and stroke.
"12.01.2017 14:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Weight Loss Superfoods -- Fact or Fiction? There are no magic bullets for weight loss, but some foods are more helpful than others when it comes to healthy weight loss. Eggs are full of nutrients and great for making you feel full.
"12.01.2017 12:02:50" The best part about this delicious (and low-carb) snack? There's a good chance you have these ingredients in your kitchen.
"12.01.2017 06:03:45" webmd.com Quiz: Get a Grip on Muscle Facts How well do you know your muscles? Bulk up on facts about muscle memory, bodybuilding, anatomy, function, and more. True or false: You can body-build in your sleep.
"12.01.2017 05:01:51" webmd.com Slideshow: Knee Exercises to Help Prevent Injury WebMD shows you moves that can help make you stronger, so you're less likely to get re-injured. Getting over a knee injury? Skip high-impact exercise like running or intense aerobics. Try these moves instead:
"12.01.2017 04:02:11" webmd.com What Does Bipolar Mania Look and Feel Like? How to recognize the symptoms of bipolar mania. The first outward sign of bipolar mania might be super-fast speech, so quick that anyone listening can't get a word in edgewise.
"12.01.2017 03:24:43" webmd.com What Causes Differently Colored Eyes? Have you ever seen someone with differently colored eyes or eyes that have more than one color? Heterochromia iridis affects fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S. Find out why it happens:
"12.01.2017 02:29:05" webmd.com Headache Quiz: Myths and Facts WebMD helps you wrap your brain around your pounding headaches. True or false: If your mom got migraines, you will too.
"12.01.2017 01:30:51" 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. Foot stretches and massages with a ball or roller don't just feel good -- they can help manage pain that comes from overuse.
"12.01.2017 00:00:59" webmd.com Slideshow: High-Sodium Shockers Surprise! Salty foods can be found in places you hadn't considered. And foods high in sodium are sometimes hard to avoid. But arm yourself with tips to make smart, low-sodium choices wherever you are. Did you know 1 tablespoon of teriyaki sauce can have 690 milligrams of sodium? The same amount of soy sauce may have up to 1,024 milligrams.
"11.01.2017 22:00:54" webmd.com Quiz: Fun Facts About Your Hands Hands Quiz: You use them every day. But do you know a lot about them? You're not imagining it: Your fingernails really do grow about twice as fast as your toenails.
"11.01.2017 21:30:39" 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. Instead of, "You're a fighter; you're going to beat this,” try, "I can't imagine how you must feel, I'm here to listen if you want to talk."
"11.01.2017 20:00:28" Timeline Photos According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the US. Here's what you need to know about the symptoms. http://wb.md/2jjTqDq
"11.01.2017 19:00:52" webmd.com How 9 Health Experts Stick to Their Resolutions Their helpful tips will motivate you to reach your goals. We asked nine experts, from doctors to dietitians, how they stay motivated to achieve their New Year's resolutions. Here are their top tips.
"11.01.2017 18:00:15" blogs.webmd.com Peppermint Twinkies Recall: Possible Salmonella « Inside Health News Hostess Brands is recalling its limited-edition Holiday White Peppermint Twinkies as part of a recall involving the snack cakes' sugar coating RECALL ALERT! Check your pantry for Holiday White Peppermint Twinkies. The snack cakes are being recalled over possible salmonella contamination.
"11.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Anxiety 40 million US adults have an anxiety disorder -- what do you need to know?
"11.01.2017 16:00:38" blogs.webmd.com A Doctor's View: Why Vaccines Are Important « Inside Health News WebMD Medical Editor and pediatrician Hansa Bhargava, MD, shares her thoughts about the importance of vaccines. Longtime anti-vaccine advocate Robert F. Kennedy said he was being considered for a new commission on vaccine safety and scientific integrity on Tuesday, a claim the Trump team later denied. WebMD's in-house pediatrician weighs in on the importance of
"11.01.2017 15:06:14" webmd.com Energy Foods Slideshow: A Diet to Boost Your Mood and Energy Level WebMD shows you which foods may boost your energy level and have a positive impact on your mood. Chocolate lovers, rejoice! A little bit of dark chocolate can boost your energy and mood.
"11.01.2017 14:01:02" webmd.com Quiz: Antibiotics Myths and Facts Find out how much you know about antibiotics in this WebMD quiz. Antibiotics won't help your cold. Do you know what they should actually be used to treat?
"11.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Milk Alternatives Happy National Milk Day! Here's how some of the milk alternatives stand up to each other nutritionally:
"11.01.2017 06:01:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Heart Attack Triggers You Might Not Expect You know that obesity and high blood pressure can raise your risk for a heart attack, but here are some lesser known triggers that might surprise you. Heart attack rates are higher during flu outbreaks. What you need to know:
"11.01.2017 05:05:55" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know How to Manage Your Eczema? Do you know how to manage your eczema? Test your knowledge with this quiz. True or false: Children can outgrow eczema.
"11.01.2017 04:44:28" 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.
"11.01.2017 03:31:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Best and Worst Foods for Your Liver Get some simple diet tips to keep your liver healthy, including the best veggies to keep disease away and some snacks you'll want to avoid. Eating certain foods may help keep your liver healthy. Do you know what they are?
"11.01.2017 02:30:29" webmd.com Study Casts More Doubt on Value of Mammograms 1 in 3 women diagnosed with breast cancer had nonthreatening tumors, while number of advanced cases didn't change 1 in 3 women diagnosed with breast cancer had nonthreatening tumors, while number of advanced cases didn't change.
"11.01.2017 01:30:33" webmd.com Lots of Red Meat May Be Tied to Gut Disorder Diverticulitis involves tears or blockages in colon and can be very painful A new study found that men who ate a lot of red meat were 58% more likely to develop diverticulitis.
"11.01.2017 00:00:50" blogs.webmd.com Natural Ways to Boost Your Metabolism « Food and Fitness A lot of diets claim to help 'boost' metabolism -- but can you really do anything to help your body burn [...] There's no magic metabolism bullet, but there are ways to help your body burn calories faster.
"10.01.2017 23:01:00" webmd.com Can Teeth Repair Themselves Without Fillings? Animal experiments suggest damaged choppers can be stimulated to fix cavities Cavity fillings could soon be a thing of the past.
"10.01.2017 22:23:18" blogs.webmd.com Vaccine Critic Kennedy To Lead Trump Commission « Inside Health News President-elect Donald Trump has tapped vaccine critic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to chair a panel on vaccination safety and scientific integrity, Kennedy told reporters Tuesday. UPDATE: President-elect Trump's transition team denies that vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was asked to lead a new commission on vaccine safety and scientific integrity. According to a Trump spokesperson, “the President-elect is exploring the
"10.01.2017 21:00:21" webmd.com Common Virus May Have Ties to Type 1 Diabetes But enterovirus infections probably aren't the only culprit, researchers say A new study found that kids who showed signs of developing type 1 diabetes had significantly more enterovirus infections occurring at least a year earlier.
"10.01.2017 19:30:00" How to Make a Standing Desk A DIY standing desk can help you combat sitting disease by getting you up and moving -- here's how:
"10.01.2017 18:28:05" webmd.com Healthy Habits You Should Give Yourself Credit For And if you've got these down already, here's how to take them up a notch. If you can check off these easy habits, you're already on the right road to a healthy body and mind.
"10.01.2017 17:00:25" webmd.com Quiz: What Does My Colon Do? Your colon is a key part of your digestive system. But do you really know what it does, where it is, and how to check its health? Take this WebMD quiz to see if your knowledge is on track. True or false: Every now and then, you need to cleanse your colon to detox your body.
"10.01.2017 15:00:33" webmd.com Can You Play 'Catch-Up' and Be Healthy? As your resolutions to be healthier run headlong into real life, don't give up. Science shows that you can still reap benefits if you catch up. Good news: Being a weekend warrior has almost as many benefits as Monday-through-Friday workouts.
"10.01.2017 14:00:37" webmd.com What Are the Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiency? Take this quiz to see how much you know about vitamin B12. Fatigue is the most common symptom of people who have low levels of vitamin B12.
"10.01.2017 12:00:01" The Basics: Eczema Anyone can get eczema, but it typically shows up before you're 5 years old.
"10.01.2017 06:03:40" pets.webmd.com Slideshow: Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat WebMD's slideshow shows you which foods your dog should never eat, including fat trimmings and chocolate. It may seem natural to give your dog meat trimmings, but it can cause pancreatitis. Here are more surprising foods that can hurt your dog:
"10.01.2017 05:01:56" 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. Pelvic inflammatory disease is the #1 preventable cause of infertility in women. What you need to know:
"10.01.2017 04:01:57" 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. There's no magic pill to keep you from getting cancer, but you can do some things to improve your odds.
"10.01.2017 03:31:56" webmd.com Slideshow: Dry Skin and What You Can Do About It Check out these causes of rough, itchy skin, and find out how to treat it -- and prevent it. Known by scientists as ichthyosis vulgaris, fish scale disease is an inherited condition that makes dead skin cells bunch together in thick, dry scales.
"10.01.2017 02:30:39" webmd.com Eye Quiz: What Are Your Eyes Telling You? Hard to read menus? Double vision? What does it mean? Let WebMD test your knowledge about what your eyes are telling you about your health and more. Damage to the blood vessels at the back of the eye can be the first physical sign of a health problem.
"10.01.2017 01:31:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Signs of Depression Worried you may depressed or that a loved one needs help? WebMD shows you depression signs beyond sadness and trouble sleeping -- and when to seek help. One study showed that up to 42% of people with chronic lower back pain experienced depression before their back pain started.
"10.01.2017 00:01:07" webmd.com The Most Common Workout Moves You're Doing Wrong (and How to Fix Them) The Most Common Workout Moves You're Doing Wrong (and How to Fix Them) We tapped John Cianca, a personal trainer at Equinox, to tell us the six most common exercises he sees performed incorrectly on the gym floor.
"09.01.2017 23:00:33" 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. Walnuts may lower your cholesterol and protect against inflammation in your heart's arteries.
"09.01.2017 21:01:02" webmd.com Stem Cell Treatments for Cancer A stem cell transplant may be the best way to treat some cancers. Here's why. This life-saving cancer treatment involves receiving a stem cell transplant from a donor -- or from yourself.
"09.01.2017 18:32:06" webmd.com Is Running Bad for Your Knees? A new study suggests running might actually reduce inflammation in joints. Share this with your friends or family members who love to run:
"09.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Tinnitus Is there a ringing in your ears no one else can hear? It could be tinnitus, a symptom that affects up to 50 million people.
"09.01.2017 16:00:32" webmd.com Quiz: Best & Worst Foods for Belly Fat Do you know which foods are best and worst for belly fat? Test your knowledge with this WebMD quiz, and learn how to eat for a slimmer waistline. Green tea may be the ally you need for your weight loss resolution.
"09.01.2017 15:03:05" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Digestive Health Supplements See 8 supplements to improve digestive health, including probiotics, psyllium, ginger, l-glutamine and more. Feeling bloated? These foods may be able to help bring you relief.
"09.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Vertigo Causes of vertigo can range from inner ear disorders and head injuries to migraines and allergies. Here are some of the ways your doctor can treat it.
"09.01.2017 06:02:47" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Diet Mistakes and How to Avoid Them WebMD reveals 10 common diet mistakes that may be preventing you from losing weight. Learn to avoid these diet blunders and watch the pounds disappear. Skipping breakfast seems like a simple way to cut calories, but it can make you hungry the rest of the day.
"09.01.2017 05:01:46" webmd.com What Meditation Did For Me – and Can For You Too Author Dan Harris and meditation expert Joseph Goldberg discuss how even the busiest, most distracted person can find a calmer state of mind. Skeptical about the benefits of meditation? So was Dan Harris -- find out how it can help you meet your 2017 health goals.
"09.01.2017 04:02:00" 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. Lift weights to boost metabolism -- each pound of muscle burns 3 times as many calories as each pound of fat.
"09.01.2017 03:39:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis) -- Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments WebMD shows pictures of what pinkeye (conjunctivitis) symptoms look like around the eyes. Learn why it's important to know which type of pinkeye you have, as well as the causes and treatments. Did you know that there are 4 different types of pinkeye? And not all of them are contagious.
"09.01.2017 02:30:23" Timeline Photos Getting rest is important for a knee injury to heal -- but so is getting back out there to build strong muscles to prevent future injuries.
"09.01.2017 00:01:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Basic Facts About Lymphedema Extra fluid can build up and cause swelling when there's a problem with your lymphatic system. Find out when it's likely to happen, how to treat it, and more. Lymphedema can happen anywhere in your body, including your chest, head, and genitals, but it's usually in just one arm or leg.
"08.01.2017 23:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Hemorrhoids Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment A hemorrhoid is an irritated clump of swollen veins around the anus, and anyone can get them. Learn the symptoms of hemorrhoids, and how they are diagnosed and treated. By the age of 50, about half of people experience hemorrhoid symptoms -- do you know what you can add to your diet to help prevent them?
"08.01.2017 22:01:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Causes of Chest Pain Chest pain doesn't always mean you're having a heart attack. Find out about other health problems that could be to blame. Chest pain is often a sign of heart trouble -- but it isn't always. Here's what to look out for:
"08.01.2017 21:01:14" 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. Here's what someone with macular degeneration may see. There's no cure, but treatments options do exist.
"08.01.2017 20:01:19" 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. Leafy greens might just be the food hero your thyroid needs.
"08.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Varicose Veins Varicose veins aren't just cosmetic -- they can also be painful. What can you do about them?
"08.01.2017 16:00:58" 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? In addition to meds and artificial tears, increasing omega-3 fatty acids like those found in salmon can help keep your eyes moist.
"08.01.2017 14:00:36" webmd.com Slideshow: The 7-Minute Workout The 7-minute workout can help you get and stay in shape. If you've ever promised yourself that you would get back in shape just as soon as you could find the time, then the 7-Minute Workout may be for you.
"08.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: The Appendix We're not even sure the appendix has a purpose -- so then why do we have it?
"08.01.2017 04:01:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Stomachache? What Could It Be? A belly ache can be a sign of so many things -- some serious, some not-so-serious. Check out a few possibilities. The most common cause of peptic ulcers is bacteria, but long-term use of some painkillers can play a role.
"08.01.2017 03:38:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Ways to Beat Belly Fat Could your job be to blame for your belly fat? It might be, if it stresses you out. But there are a number of ways to get rid of it. Smoking makes you more likely to store fat in your belly, rather than your hips and thighs.
"08.01.2017 02:32:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Effects of Low Testosterone See the symptoms of low testosterone and things you can do -- healthy diet, exercise, and stress relief -- to help boost your testosterone levels. Low testosterone can have effects ranging from less energy to loss of muscle mass. What you can do about it:
"08.01.2017 01:32:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Step Away From That Cocktail It's nice to take the edge off a long day with your favorite cocktail. But not all of them are created equal. Some pack an unusually hard punch in alcohol and calories. One pina colada has roughly 550 calories-- the same as a double-cheeseburger from a fast food restaurant.
"08.01.2017 00:00:27" webmd.com Slideshow: Women's Hair Loss -- Thinning Hair Causes and Solutions Thinning hair and bald patches are surprisingly common in women. See the progression, causes, and treatments for this distressing condition. When ringworm fungus affects your scalp, it triggers a distinct hair loss pattern -- itchy, round bald patches.
"07.01.2017 23:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Help Headache Pain Suffer from tension headaches? 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.
"07.01.2017 22:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Diets You Should Never Try From ear staples and tapeworms to cotton balls and Twinkies, some people will try just about anything to lose weight. Find out more about these diets you should never even consider. Consuming less than 1,000 calories a day puts your body in “starvation mode,” which can slow your metabolism-- and will not help you slim down.
"07.01.2017 21:00:42" blogs.webmd.com 5 Ways a Doctor Avoids Getting Sick « Inside Health News A doctor's tips on staying well during cold and flu season Trying to dodge catching a cold this winter? Here's how a doctor keeps from getting sick:
"07.01.2017 20:00:40" 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 Most adult skin problems are minor, but others can signal something more serious. What you need to know:
"07.01.2017 17:00:00" Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects millions of women. What you need to know:
"07.01.2017 16:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Simple Exercises for Joint Health WebMD shows you simple exercises to help your joints stay strong and healthy. Every pound you lose takes 4 pounds of pressure off your knees and 6 pounds off your hips.
"07.01.2017 14:01:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Healthy-Fat Foods From fish to avocados, nuts to beans, WebMD shows you what tasty foods have healthy fats. See the benefits of adding omega 3s and other good fats to your diet. Avocado is good for your heart and may help with osteoarthritis symptoms, thanks to healthy fats. Learn more:
"07.01.2017 12:01:00" You're just 10 minutes away from feeling fully stretched and energized to take on today.
"07.01.2017 06:00:40" webmd.com Quiz: All About Earwax Quiz: All About Earwax. How much do you know about that gross stuff inside your ears? Your earwax may be hard if you have which of the following: arthritis, eczema or kidney stones?
"07.01.2017 05:02:48" webmd.com U.S. Glaucoma Cases Expected to Surge by 2030 Routine eye exams are the best way to prevent this major cause of vision loss, eye experts say Are you at greater risk for developing glaucoma? Find out here:
"07.01.2017 04:00:55" webmd.com 11 Science-Backed Ways to Lose Weight Follow these 11 doable strategies, all backed by research, to reach your goals. Snowed in? It doesn't have to ruin your New Year's resolution to be healthier.
"07.01.2017 03:34:03" webmd.com Slideshow: The Worst Shoes for Your Feet Stilettos, platforms, or flip-flops…which are the worst for your feet? Pictures show the hottest styles and illustrate how damage and foot pain can occur. Ballet flats don't provide arch support-- which can lead to knee, hip, and back problem or plantar fasciitis.
"07.01.2017 02:30:16" webmd.com What Meditation Did For Me – and Can For You Too Author Dan Harris and meditation expert Joseph Goldberg discuss how even the busiest, most distracted person can find a calmer state of mind. Think meditation's not for you? Think again. Here's what it did for Dan Harris.
"07.01.2017 01:30:08" webmd.com Gurgle, Pop, Achoo: The Truth About Body Noises Find out the facts about the noises your body makes in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Holding a sneeze can be dangerous.
"07.01.2017 00:00:47" webmd.com Slideshow: Busted: Popular Diet Myths Can't tell fact from fiction about weight loss and healthy eating? WebMD shows you the truth behind some of the most common dieting and weight loss myths. There's no doubt water is vital for your body -- but a weight loss aid? Not really.
"06.01.2017 23:00:41" webmd.com Quiz: Diet, Exercise, and Your Metabolism Try this WebMD quiz to find out how much you know about your metabolism and metabolic rate and about how they are affected by diet, weight training, and muscle mass. Does your metabolism really begin slowing in your 20s? And what can help you burn more calories?
"06.01.2017 21:00:57" webmd.com Personalized Medicine for Cancer WebMD reviews the innovative use of precision medicine in treating cancer. Personalized medicine is a new way to fight cancer using information about you and your tumor to create a plan just for you.
"06.01.2017 20:00:30" 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. Lupus makes your immune system attack certain parts of your body-- when it affects your kidneys, it's called lupus nephritis.
"06.01.2017 19:00:30" blogs.webmd.com Keep or Repeal Obamacare? Your Thoughts « WebMD Interviews What should happen to Obamacare under President-elect Donald Trump? Opinions and experiences differ What would you like to see happen to Obamacare?
"06.01.2017 18:29:08" webmd.com Frostbite Quiz: Symptoms, First Aid, and How to Prevent Frostbite See how well you know frostbite with this WebMD Quiz on symptoms, treatment, and prevention of frostbite and cold injuries. Frostbite is a potentially serious condition that affects the skin. How to spot, treat and prevent it:
"06.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Stomach Flu The stomach flu is not actually influenza, it's a gut bug called viral gastroenteritis. Do you know how to prevent it?
"06.01.2017 16:03:53" webmd.com Study Casts Doubt on Common Morning Sickness Drug But some doctors don't think pregnant women prescribed Diclectin should worry An unpublished study from the 1970s used by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Health Canada to approve the drug may have overstated its benefits, researchers say.
"06.01.2017 14:00:49" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Powerhouse Veggies You Should Be Eating -- Now! 12 vegetables that pack a particularly big nutritional punch. Plus, ideas to prepare them. Cooking tip: Sneak spinach into your breakfast routine by adding it to scrambled eggs or blending it into a morning smoothie.
"06.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Cirrhosis Cirrhosis means your liver is gradually becoming scarred. It can take a serious toll on your health -- and there might not be symptoms early on.
"06.01.2017 07:00:05" webmd.com Quiz: Alzheimer's Myths and Facts Does aluminum cause Alzheimer's? Can red wine or crosswords help you avoid it? Learn to tell the myths from the facts in this quiz. True or false: If one of your parents has Alzheimer's, you'll probably get it, too.
"06.01.2017 06:05:31" webmd.com Body and BMI Calculator Find out your numbers for BMI, belly fat, healthy weight, target heart rate, interval training, and more. Get tips, too. Do you know your BMI? It measures how healthy your weight is based on how tall you are.
"06.01.2017 05:03:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Weight Loss Superfoods -- Fact or Fiction? There are no magic bullets for weight loss, but some foods are more helpful than others when it comes to healthy weight loss. Boiled potatoes form something called "resistant starch," a special kind of fiber that may help you lose weight.
"06.01.2017 04:07:17" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Foods High in Iron WebMD shows you which foods to choose that are high in iron -- and tasty, too! Looking to add more iron to your diet? Breakfast is a great time to do it.
"06.01.2017 03:33:04" webmd.com Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Stress and Anxiety Test your knowledge of the effects and management of stress and anxiety with this WebMD quiz. True or false: Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S.
"06.01.2017 02:30:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Celebrities with Depression WebMD lists a number of brave celebrities who admit to having depression and struggling with sadness. "There's nothing weak about struggling with mental illness." Actress Kristen Bell says she went public to help ease the stigma around it.
"06.01.2017 01:30:29" webmd.com Weight Loss May Ease Psoriasis Symptoms Quality-of-life boost seen in obese patients who lost significant amounts "Increased weight can stress the heart and other organs, and that stress can trigger psoriasis."
"06.01.2017 00:00:44" webmd.com Slideshow: When Should You Call 911? It's not always easy to tell the difference between a minor bump on the head and a serious head injury. Here are some situations that need medical help right away. Missteps happen every day. How do you know when to drop what you're doing and call 911? We share some guidelines.
"05.01.2017 23:00:59" webmd.com Simple Quiz: Counting Calories A large vanilla shake has the same amount of saturated fat as three Quarter Pounders.
"05.01.2017 21:00:00" The Basics: Fennel Change up your seasonal menu with fennel, a crunchy veggie that tastes a bit like licorice.
"05.01.2017 18:50:49" blogs.webmd.com How I Created a New Habit (That Stuck!) « Diabetes We've all been there. We vow to lose ten pounds, take our blood sugars religiously, double our exercise, and then, [...] "Be patient: Give yourself a break. You didn't gain your weight overnight and you're not going to lose it all at once."
"05.01.2017 17:44:59" webmd.com More Signs Mediterranean Diet May Boost Your Brain Older adults who favored this eating style lost less brain volume, study finds A new study says the Mediterranean diet may help keep your brain healthy as you age. Learn more:
"05.01.2017 16:48:31" webmd.com Feeding Babies Peanuts -- How to Do It Early peanut exposure can slash a child's chances for developing peanut allergies, and allergists and pediatricians are sharing tips on how to work peanuts into a baby's diet. PARENTS: Experts now agree that all infants should start regularly eating foods made with peanuts much earlier. What you need to know about the new guidelines:
"05.01.2017 15:01:28" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Problems Linked to Psoriasis Psoriasis puts you at risk for other health problems, too. Find out what symptoms to be on the lookout for and ways you may be able to prevent some of them. Living with psoriasis means you have a greater chance of other health problems, too. Symptoms to watch for:
"05.01.2017 14:02:11" webmd.com Slideshow: High-Protein Diets -- Do They Really Work? Combine speedy weight loss with the satisfaction of feeling full, and it's easy to understand why high-protein diets are popular. But, WebMD asks, is there a downside? Considering a high-protein diet? Be choosy. What the best plans focus on:
"05.01.2017 12:00:00" Some people have no symptoms of mumps. What you need to know about the contagious disease:
"05.01.2017 06:01:10" webmd.com Quiz: Inside Your Intestines How well do you know your intestines? Small and large, see if you've got the inside track on your digestive tract. True or false: To keep your colon healthy, you should get regular cleanses.
"05.01.2017 05:03:08" webmd.com Quiz: The Health Benefits of Music Your favorite tunes can be good for your mind and your health. Find out how in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Faster-paced music can make you work out harder.
"05.01.2017 04:02:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Lumps and Bumps: What's on My Skin? Skin lumps and bumps can pop up from time to time. Learn what's normal and what to show a doctor. Skin cysts form when a hair follicle or oil gland is blocked or damaged. When to have a doctor check them:
"05.01.2017 03:31:04" webmd.com RSV in Babies: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and Vaccine WebMD discusses signs of RSV in babies as well as its causes, treatment, and prevention. Some Texas and North Carolina hospitals are seeing an increase in RSV cases. If you have a little one at home, symptoms to watch for:
"05.01.2017 02:30:26" webmd.com Scientists Identify New Organ in Body Scientists Identify New Organ in Body Scientists have identified a new human organ — how it works inside your body:
"05.01.2017 01:30:25" webmd.com Quiz: All About Mucus Quiz: All About Mucus. Do you know why your body makes snot? True or false: If mucus in your nose is yellow or green, it means you're getting sick.
"05.01.2017 00:00:33" webmd.com U.S. News & World Report Again Ranks the DASH Diet as the Best Overall Diet For the seventh consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report ranks the DASH diet as the best overall diet. The annual ranking of best and worst diets is in, including DASH and Whole30 -- where does yours fall?
"04.01.2017 23:00:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Celebrities with Depression WebMD lists a number of brave celebrities who admit to having depression and struggling with sadness. Bruce Springsteen recently spoke about his experience with depression -- find out more about how he approached treatment:
"04.01.2017 22:01:19" webmd.com CDC: Flu Season Has Started, Could Be Severe Just before Christmas, labs across the U.S. started to see more positive flu tests -- often the first sign that flu season is underway. Flu activity is high in 4 states already — and more could join the list. Find out where your state stands:
"04.01.2017 21:00:56" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Reasons to Eat More Pasta Pasta gets a bad rap, but you don't have to avoid it -- just don't overdo it. Whole-grain pasta has several things that can help protect you against certain kinds of cancer, especially stomach and colon cancer.
"04.01.2017 19:30:16" webmd.com Earwax There to Protect Your Hearing, Doctors Say If it builds up, seek medical attention, otherwise leave it alone, guidelines advise Don't. Stick. Things. In. Your. Ear.
"04.01.2017 16:59:23" The Doctor is LIVE: Dr. Bruni Nazario The doctor is LIVE and tackling your questions on diet, diabetes and New Year's weight loss resolutions. Post your questions below and Dr. Bruni Nazario (Associate Medical Director at WebMD) will answer.
"04.01.2017 15:00:07" webmd.com Pregnancy After 35 Get information on having a baby when you're over 35 and how age can affect fertility and risk of birth defects or miscarriage during pregnancy. Janet Jackson has welcomed a baby boy at age 50. Information on having a healthy pregnancy after age 35:
"04.01.2017 14:01:09" webmd.com Weight Loss Tips You Haven't Heard Before Follow these 11 doable strategies, all backed by research, to reach your goals. Weight loss is about more than just eating less and moving more. Join us today at 12pET for a Facebook Live with Dr. Bruni Nazario. She'll share her best tips for healthy weight loss, controlling urges, and answer your questions about executing the right
"04.01.2017 12:00:00" Got 10 minutes? Press play and let Dr. Michael William Smith coach you through a full-body workout that is perfect for early mornings!
"04.01.2017 06:02:40" 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. One in 6 women have migraines, but many have been told mistakenly that they have a sinus or tension headache. What you need to know:
"04.01.2017 05:18:14" webmd.com Quiz: Diet Dos and Don'ts -- What Really Helps You Lose Weight? Try this WebMD quiz to test your knowledge of weight loss, diet dos and don'ts, what to eat, when to eat, how to track your progress, and more. Sleep helps regulate metabolism. Bonus: Researchers say that by sleeping an extra hour, you cut calories by 6%.
"04.01.2017 04:17:54" blogs.webmd.com Debunking Metabolism Myths There are lots of myths out there about resting metabolism. Kevin Hall, PhD, a researcher at the National Institutes of Health, has heard them all. Here's what he has to say about three of the most common ones... True or false: Age doesn't have a big impact on metabolism until your senior years
"04.01.2017 03:41:16" 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. Adding high-fiber foods to your diet may also reduce your risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
"04.01.2017 02:28:08" webmd.com Which Habits Really Help You Avoid Colds and Flu? While some precautions can help you stay healthy, others are a waste of time. Does washing your hands constantly really keep germs at bay? What germ experts want you to know:
"04.01.2017 01:33:04" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Reasons to Love the Mediterranean Diet With olive oil, nuts, wine, fruits, veggies, whole grains, and fish as staples, you can't beat the Mediterranean diet for fresh, satisfying flavors. And, it's super-healthy. Check out WebMD's 12 reasons to love this way of eating. The Mediterranean diet is more than just Greek and Italian cuisine. Learn more:
"04.01.2017 00:00:29" webmd.com Should You Stop Drinking? When Robert Parmer gave up alcohol, it wasn't for any of your classic reasons. The benefits lasted long after he decided it was okay to have a beer again. WebMD shares his story. Are you making it a dry January?
"03.01.2017 23:00:28" webmd.com Slideshow: Baby Proofing Essentials Learn how to keep curious fingers away from everyday hazards in your home. This WebMD slideshow helps you see where you need to baby proof. Recent video of a 2-year-old saving his brother after a dresser fell on him highlights the need for childproofing your home. Here are our tips:
"03.01.2017 21:15:05" The Basics: Heart Failure Heart failure doesn't mean your heart has stopped working, but it does mean it's having trouble doing its job. Here's what to look out for:
"03.01.2017 20:00:33" blogs.webmd.com A dietitian's real advice on controlling a sweet tooth One of the most common complaints I hear from clients is that they just can't control their sweet tooth. Though [...] Here's your step-by-step guide to kicking the sugar habit for good:
"03.01.2017 18:29:05" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Your Heartbeat? Test your ticker knowledge with this quiz. By the time you're 70, your heart will have beaten more than 2.5 billion times. Learn more about your heartbeat:
"03.01.2017 17:09:44" webmd.com Quiz: Making Change Stick Out with the old bad habits, in with the new healthy ones. Do you have what it takes to make lasting changes in your life? Find out with this WebMD quiz. Did you make a New Year's resolution to get healthier? Tomorrow at 12pET, join us for a Facebook Live with Dr. Bruni Nazario. She'll share her best tips for healthy weight loss, controlling urges, and answer your questions about executing the right diet
"03.01.2017 16:04:18" webmd.com What You Need to Know About Your Drinking Water Find out what you should know about your tap water. In recent months, there have been several headlines about the safety of tap water. Do you know what's in your H2O?
"03.01.2017 15:01:40" webmd.com Weight Loss Tips You Haven't Heard Before Follow these 11 doable strategies, all backed by research, to reach your goals. These small steps will make your weight loss journey a little easier.
"03.01.2017 14:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Fast Stress-Busting Pick-Me-Ups Feeling stressed? WebMD shows you easy ways you can ease anxiety in just a few minutes. Try exercising, petting your dog, singing, and more. Even a quick LOL can do a lot to relieve tension.
"03.01.2017 12:00:00" 7 Surprising Ways to Use a Jump Rope Jump up your workout with these surprising jump rope moves.
"03.01.2017 05:30:13" 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. Studies show followers of the MIND diet are able to lower risk of Alzheimer's by 53%.
"03.01.2017 04:30:19" webmd.com Slideshow: What to do Today to Sleep Better Tonight See how to get better sleep with tips about diet, exercise, scheduling, and more with this WebMD slideshow. Set aside a block of time before you get in bed during which you make it a point to let go of anxieties and relax.
"03.01.2017 03:30:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Weird Mouth Disorders You may not have heard of these mouth disorders, but in most cases, you can treat them. There's no known cause for geographic tongue and it's not dangerous, but it can result in a mild burning feeling.
"03.01.2017 02:30:15" 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.
"03.01.2017 01:30:06" 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. Just because it's a salad doesn't make it healthy. Watch out for these diet-wreckers.
"03.01.2017 00:00:00" 5 Amazing Facts About Your Thyroid Your thyroid is one tiny gland with a big job.
"02.01.2017 23:00:39" 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? Salt may make foods tasty, but it makes your body get rid of calcium -- and then it's not there to help your bones.
"02.01.2017 21:01:00" 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.
"02.01.2017 20:00:50" 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. Don't let hidden sugar wreck your New Year's resolutions.
"02.01.2017 18:30:37" 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. Think fast food fries are just fried potatoes with salt? Think again -- they often have more than 15 ingredients, including sugar and artificial coloring.
"02.01.2017 17:30:16" webmd.com Slideshow: Worst Foods for Digestion WebMD explains which foods can trigger diarrhea and other digestive problems. Fiber is good for digestion, but adding too much to your diet too quickly can have adverse effects.
"02.01.2017 16:01:05" webmd.com Quiz: The Buzz About Honey Find out how much you know about honey, an ancient food with an amazing history. Although honey is mostly sugar and water, it does have some probiotic sugars that can help you maintain healthy gut bacteria.
"02.01.2017 15:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: Fitness Tips for Beginner Athletes Ready to start an exercise plan? WebMD shows you how to get in shape with these workout tips for fitness beginners. Got a big fitness goal to meet? Set a series of smaller goals to stay motivated along the way.
"02.01.2017 14:00:45" 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. Bulging eyes can be a sign of a thyroid condition. What else can your eyes tell you about your health?
"02.01.2017 12:00:00" 5 Fun and Easy Ways to Get Your Workout On Resolve to stay motivated -- try these tips to keep your workouts fresh and fun!
"02.01.2017 04:02:23" 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 pain. Learn more:
"02.01.2017 03:32:27" 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. The first signs of lupus can look a lot like rheumatoid arthritis or fibromyalgia. What you need to know:
"02.01.2017 02:32:07" 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. Doctors estimate that more than 18 million Americans have sleep apnea. What you need to know:
"02.01.2017 00:01:02" 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. Other signs may include:
"01.01.2017 23:02:04" blogs.webmd.com An Exercise Strategy That Can Bring You Closer « Relationships You want to feel better about your body – and about your relationship. Of course, there's plenty of advice out [...] You may want to feel better about your body – and about your relationship. One psychologist's tips to doing both successfully together:
"01.01.2017 22:00:46" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Power Pairs for Weight Loss When it comes to slimming down, two (or more!) foods can be better than one. Check out these pairings that give stubborn pounds a one-two combo punch. Need a midday snack? Pistachios and an apple offers protein, healthy fats, and fiber to help you fend off hunger.
"01.01.2017 21:00:43" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Kidney Stones Sudden, intense pain is the hallmark of a kidney stone. See pictures of different types, the causes, symptoms, and treatments in this WebMD slideshow. Kidney stones are rarely diagnosed before they begin causing pain. What you need to know:
"01.01.2017 20:01:00" 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. For many people, AFib doesn't cause obvious symptoms. But when there are, they'll often include these warning signs:
"01.01.2017 18:30:10" 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. Go to the doctor if you have a fever, chills, or other flu-like symptoms at the same time you have blisters.
"01.01.2017 16:00:48" webmd.com Body and BMI Calculator Find out your numbers for BMI, belly fat, healthy weight, target heart rate, interval training, and more. Get tips, too. There's no "perfect weight" that fits everyone. Your BMI measures how healthy your weight is based on how tall you are:
"01.01.2017 15:02:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Low-Carb Snacks We all snack. You can, even if you're on a low-carb diet. Get ideas about smart snacks that are low in carbohydrates. Cut a hardboiled egg in half and add a little hot sauce for a tasty snack packed with protein.
"01.01.2017 14:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome WebMD's pictures show the causes, symptoms, and treatment options. Could the pain in your hand be carpal tunnel syndrome? At first, you're most likely to notice it at night or when you first wake up in the morning.
"01.01.2017 12:00:00" Looking to change up your workouts for 2017? Try these tips:
"01.01.2017 12:00:00" Fasts, cleanses, detoxes can sound so healthy, but are they really?
"01.01.2017 06:30:06" 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. Give your weight loss goals a boost by spicing up your food.
"01.01.2017 05:30:04" webmd.com Slideshow: 13 Best Quit-Smoking Tips Ever Quitting smoking is not easy. WebMD offers some practical tips to help you break your nicotine addiction and kick the cigarette habit for good. Kicking the habit in the New Year? Here's how to quit smoking:
"01.01.2017 04:30:09" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Can Drink, Besides Water, When You Have Diabetes Here are 13 versions of your favorite classic drinks you can enjoy when you're managing type 2 diabetes. These drinks will let you sip without spiking your blood sugar.
"01.01.2017 03:30:09" 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. New Year's Resolution diet starting tomorrow? Avoid these foods that'll just leave you hungry for more.
"01.01.2017 02:30:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Your Birth Control Options See the mechanics, side effects, and failure rates for common birth control methods in this illustrated slideshow from WebMD's medical editors. Withdrawal, hormones, the IUD, and many more are explained with pictures. When choosing birth control, start by considering your needs. Here's a look at the options:
"01.01.2017 01:30:09" 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. Does more sugar automatically mean more cavities?
"01.01.2017 00:00:00" How to Burn Belly Fat Resolving to cut back on calories -- and your midsection? Try smaller plates.
"31.12.2016 23:00:36" webmd.com Slideshow: Skinny Sipping -- Best & Worst Beverages for Weight Loss See the best and worst drinks for weight loss. From coffee to cocktails, WebMD shows which beverages can help or hinder a healthy lifestyle. Ringing in the new year with a cocktail? Get a head start on your resolutions by using diet soda or water as a mixer.
"31.12.2016 22:00:50" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Public Spots Overrun With Germs A lot of public places have more germs than a toilet seat. WebMD shows you where the bacteria and viruses lurk, from playgrounds to elevators to hotel rooms. Restaurant menus have 100 times more bacteria than a toilet seat. You might want to wash your hands after you order.
"31.12.2016 21:01:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Help Your Depression Treatment Work Get tips on dealing with depression. WebMD shows you how you can get more from your depression medicine -- including exercise, diet, and supplement information. Help your depression meds help you -- take them as directed and give them time to work, which can sometimes be up to 12 weeks.
"31.12.2016 18:30:35" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Bronchitis Bronchitis symptoms, its distinctive cough, its causes, and its prevention are covered in this WebMD slideshow. Bronchitis is an inflammation in the lungs that some people call a chest cold. Can you spot the symptoms?
"31.12.2016 17:01:04" 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. Here's what you should know:
"31.12.2016 16:00:56" 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. While a concussion is considered a mild brain injury, it can leave lasting damage if you don't rest long enough to let your brain heal.
"31.12.2016 15:01:12" 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. Got 30 minutes? You've got time to fit in some fitness.
"31.12.2016 14:01:04" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Toenail Fungus Do you know what's going on with your yellow, thick toenails? Take this quiz to see how much you know about toenail fungus. Toenail fungus is more than just unpleasant to look at -- it could let more serious infection into your body.
"31.12.2016 12:00:01" 7 Things Every Runner Should Know Want to run more in the New Year? Here's what to know before you pound the pavement.
"31.12.2016 06:30:09" 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 is a hormonal disorder that affects millions of women. What you need to know:
"31.12.2016 05:30:12" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Liver? It has 500 jobs and is as big as a football. Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about one of your body's most important organs. Yes, your liver cleans your blood, but it also has about 500 other jobs. Do you know what it's responsible for?
"31.12.2016 04:30:12" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Can Drink, Besides Water, When You Have Diabetes Here are 13 versions of your favorite classic drinks you can enjoy when you're managing type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes doesn't mean you can only drink water.
"31.12.2016 03:30:18" 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. Your grandma was right -- slouching is bad for your back. But so is sitting up too straight for too long.
"31.12.2016 02:30:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Jobs That Wreck Your Sleep Having trouble staying awake at work? WebMD shows you a few jobs that might keep you from getting enough sleep. Is your job on the list?
"31.12.2016 01:30:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Gluten-Free Diet Starting a gluten free diet? Let this slideshow help. Get the facts about gluten free foods -- with tips on what to avoid, what to enjoy, and delicious, gluten-free alternatives to keep you healthy and happy. Most ingredients with gluten are pretty obvious -- but keep an eye out for "stealth" gluten.
"31.12.2016 00:00:00" Here's a fascinating look at how your lungs work:
"30.12.2016 23:00:52" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Heartburn and GERD WebMD takes you on a visual guide through the digestive system, explaining how heartburn starts, and how it can be stopped. Here's a look inside your stomach at the causes of heart burn.
"30.12.2016 21:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: Quitting Smoking -- Tips for the First Hard Days Giving up cigarettes can be hard, but you can do it. WebMD shows you some hints and tips to help you make it through the first tough days when you quit smoking. Quitting smoking in the New Year? These tips will help get you through those first tough days.
"30.12.2016 20:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Pilates Moves That Get Results Flat abs are one highly prized result of a Pilates workout. WebMD's pictures show beginning moves to help trim your belly and build long, lean muscles. Whip your core into shape with these pilates moves you can do at home or in the gym. http://wb.md/2he83Je
"30.12.2016 18:30:34" webmd.com Slideshow: Risky Exercises and Better Bets Workout not working? Who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Not you. So ditch these seven moves which may not deliver the results you want -- and may even cause injury. Make your resolution count -- skip these 7 exercises when you get to the gym.
"30.12.2016 17:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: Go Nuts for Nuts Nuts can help protect you against disease in many ways. Click through to see which ones you should eat. Lower your chances of heart disease and improve cholesterol -- simply by adding nuts to your diet.
"30.12.2016 16:00:36" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Ways to Stop Stress Now Stressed out? These fixes can help you begin to get back in control, starting now. Anxious? Pop in a stick of gum. Studies show chewing gum helps ease stress.
"30.12.2016 15:20:11" webmd.com A Visual Guide to Type 2 Diabetes WebMD offers a pictorial overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes. Rob Kardashian was hospitalized Wednesday night, reportedly due to his type 2 diabetes. Here's what you need to know about the disease: http://wb.md/2hTPKXH
"30.12.2016 15:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Fascinating Facts About Your Body In this WebMD slideshow, you'll learn the good, the bad, and the ugly about your body, including some things you'll wish you never knew. In one mouth alone, the number of bacteria can exceed the number of people on Earth.
"30.12.2016 14:00:51" 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. Risk factors include things you can't control, like age, polyps, and family history, and things you can control, like obesity, smoking, and not exercising enough.
"30.12.2016 12:00:00" How do milk alternatives stack up nutritionally to 1% cow's milk?
"30.12.2016 06:05:10" webmd.com Quiz: What Makes You Tick? Heart Facts From heartbeats to pacemakers, here's lot of cardiac trivia. Take this WebMD heart quiz to see how much you know about the organ that makes you tick. True or false: Your heart can live outside your body.
"30.12.2016 05:02:47" webmd.com Slideshow: Natural Cold and Flu Remedies Can using a neti pot relieve the sinus pain and congestion associated with cold and flu? Does echinacea shorten the duration of a cold? WebMD explores which natural cold and flu remedies really work. Can chicken soup really help you bounce back from a cold? Learn more:
"30.12.2016 04:00:59" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Digestive Health Supplements See 8 supplements to improve digestive health, including probiotics, psyllium, ginger, l-glutamine and more. Several studies suggest that peppermint oil may lessen pain and bloating that comes with IBS. Learn more:
"30.12.2016 03:30:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Best and Worst Fast-Food Breakfasts No matter which fast-food chain you visit, high-fat and high-calorie breakfast choices abound. But healthier fast-food menu options do exist. WebMD picks out some of the best and worst foods at several major chains. Eating breakfast on the go this week? Here's how to avoid making it a high-fat, high-calorie affair:
"30.12.2016 02:34:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Manage Heartburn Year-Round Do you have heartburn during the holidays? WebMD shows you the holiday foods that can cause heartburn symptoms and what you can do for heartburn relief. Holiday cookies, big meals, and champagne can all be heartburn triggers. How to find relief:
"30.12.2016 01:31:06" webmd.com Which Habits Really Help You Avoid Colds and Flu? While some precautions can help you stay healthy, others are a waste of time. Does washing your hands constantly really safeguard you against the flu? Our germ experts separate fact from fiction:
"30.12.2016 00:03:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Best and Worst Foods for Your Liver Get some simple diet tips to keep your liver healthy, including the best veggies to keep disease away and some snacks you'll want to avoid. Want to protect your liver and your heart at the same time? Sprinkle on some oregano, sage, or rosemary.
"29.12.2016 23:00:55" 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. Know the early warning signs:
"29.12.2016 21:01:04" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Our Unusual Body Parts? Test what you know about our bizarre bodies and weird parts in this quiz. True or false: Some dimples go away as you get older.
"29.12.2016 20:01:08" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Osteoporosis? WebMD Quiz: The right diet and exercise are key to healthy bones. Find out what you can do in this WebMD quiz about osteoporosis. True or false: Your body takes calcium from your bones when you don't get enough.
"29.12.2016 18:00:52" 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. The type of symptoms women have can depend on where the fibroid is located in the uterus.
"29.12.2016 17:00:00" Root veggies pack a powerful punch of vitamins and nutrients. Easy ways to add them to your favorite meals:
"29.12.2016 16:00:27" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know What Causes Your Bad Breath? Do you know what causes your bad breath? WebMD quizzes you about bad breath, its causes and prevention, good dental hygiene, and diseases that give you bad breath. You may have bad breath if you have trouble with which of the following: trachea, tonsils or uvula?
"29.12.2016 15:00:14" webmd.com Can You Die of a Broken Heart? Broken heart syndrome is a real cardiac condition. WebMD explains what causes it and how it can be treated. Debbie Reynolds' death so soon after daughter Carrie Fisher has brought up questions about “broken heart syndrome." What you need to know:
"29.12.2016 14:01:05" webmd.com What Are the Symptoms of ALS? ALS symptoms affect muscles in your hands, arms, feet, and legs. The disease can also affect how you speak and swallow, too. Each person with ALS feels different symptoms, especially at first. What you need to know:
"29.12.2016 12:00:00" Epidural steroid injections aim to reduce inflammation or relieve pain. Here's what happens when you get one:
"29.12.2016 06:30:16" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ulcerative Colitis Severe cramping and diarrhea? WebMD's slideshow explains when these symptoms may be ulcerative colitis, and covers the causes, medicines, trigger foods, and coping tips for the illness. Warning signs of ulcerative colitis include abdominal pain, weight loss, fatigue, and frequent fevers.
"29.12.2016 05:30:05" 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. Sometimes the first sign of a problem is a change in the way you walk -- a wider gait or slight foot dragging.
"29.12.2016 04:31:05" webmd.com Cholesterol Quiz: What Do Your Numbers Mean? Do you know which cholesterol test number is most important for your heart? Test your knowledge with this quiz from WebMD. So you've gotten your cholesterol tested -- what do the levels actually mean?
"29.12.2016 03:30:27" webmd.com Headache Quiz: Myths and Facts WebMD helps you wrap your brain around your pounding headaches. Should you go cold turkey to curb caffeine headaches -- or will that just make it worse?
"29.12.2016 02:30:37" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Ways Affects Your Looks Pictures of twins show how smoking dramatically speeds up wrinkles and aging. Also covered: sagging breasts, early menopause, hair loss, cataracts, infertility, and other effects of smoking. Smokers use certain muscles around their lips that cause them to have dynamic wrinkles that nonsmokers do not.
"29.12.2016 01:30:28" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Habits That Are Bad for Your Heart You want your heart to be strong and healthy. But are you making any of these mistakes? It's time to get back on track! Working out won't counteract the effects of sitting the rest of the day -- work little bursts of activity in throughout your day.
"29.12.2016 00:00:32" fit.webmd.com Slideshow: Sugar Detective -- How Much Sugar Is in What You Drink? Do you drink sugar? WebMD shows you how much sugar is in your drinks – like soda, juice, and energy drinks. Learn how to find healthy drinks instead. A 20-ounce sports drink has the same amount of sugar as a cupcake with frosting.
"28.12.2016 23:01:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Flat Abs Moves for Men Go from flabby to flat abs with the right moves and foods, including red meat. WebMD's pictures show the best exercises for men who want a ripped midsection. Four to eight key moves typically constitute a killer ab workout -- take your pick and strengthen that core.
"28.12.2016 22:01:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Things That Can Hurt Your Kidneys Your kidneys do a lot for you. But are you helping or hurting them? Click through to find out how you might be damaging your kidneys without even knowing it. One study showed that diet soda-drinking women had kidneys that worked 30% less well after 20 years.
"28.12.2016 21:00:44" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Delicious Ways to Season Your Chicken There are many ways to season and prepare one of the most versatile meats in the world: chicken. Chicken is a good, lean protein, no matter how you season it.
"28.12.2016 20:00:43" webmd.com Slideshow: What Can I Eat? A Guide for New Vegetarians Compared to the general population, the typical vegetarian has a lower body mass index (BMI), lower cholesterol, reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, and reduced risk of coronary artery disease. Let WebMD point you toward some of the most nutritious and Thinking of going meatless? Look to nuts, seeds, legumes, and grains for the protein you need.
"28.12.2016 18:30:37" webmd.com Slideshow: Don't Pop That Top You know all those sugary sodas aren't good for you. Here's how to break the habit. A 12-ounce cola has 4 teaspoons more than most women should have in an entire day.
"28.12.2016 17:00:00" The Basics: Pneumonia Pneumonia is an infection in your lungs, and it can be serious. Find out who's most at risk:
"28.12.2016 16:11:43" blogs.webmd.com Interview: Carrie Fisher on Bipolar and Drug Use « WebMD Interviews Excerpts from an interview with actress Carrie Fisher, who died Dec. 27. Fisher was known for openly discussing her struggles with bipolar disorder and addiction.... "I define it, rather than it defining me." During her life, iconic actress Carrie Fisher openly discussed her struggles with bipolar disorder and addiction.
"28.12.2016 15:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Ways to Revitalize Your Life Learn easy ways to fight fatigue, bloating, and stress so you can regain energy. Exercising, a diet with fiber, and more are among top tips in this WebMD slideshow. Looking for resolutions? Here are 10 ways to rev up your live in the new year.
"28.12.2016 14:01:11" webmd.com What Is Auditory Processing Disorder? Could you or your child have an auditory processing disorder? WebMD explains the basics, including what to do. Someone says, "Please raise your hand," and you hear something like "Please haze your plan."
"28.12.2016 12:00:00" Herniated Disc A herniated disc can cause sciatica in your leg or pain and numbness in your arm. Here's a look at how it happens.
"28.12.2016 06:02:50" webmd.com Slideshow: Immune-Boosting Foods See foods that may help build your immune system to help you stay healthy and fight illness. WebMD shows you nutrient and antioxidant-rich fruits, vegetables, and more. Pomegranate juice may help your body fight bacteria and several kinds of viruses, including the flu. Learn more:
"28.12.2016 05:02:36" 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: Smoking makes you more likely to develop cataracts as you age.
"28.12.2016 04:00:55" 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? Symptoms of Crohn's disease might strike without warning. What you may notice:
"28.12.2016 03:28:32" 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 Lyme disease is not treated in its early stages, it can spread to other parts of the body, affecting the joints, heart, and nervous system.
"28.12.2016 02:33:04" webmd.com Brain Foods That May Help Prevent Dementia 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. Olive oil isn't just tasty. It's been shown to improve brain function over the long term & protect against dementia.
"28.12.2016 01:33:03" webmd.com Test Your ADHD Smarts Find out how much you know about adult ADHD with this WebMD quiz. True or false: You can control your ADHD with the right diet.
"28.12.2016 00:01:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Do You Have a Hormone Imbalance? Do you always feel tired? Find out if you have a hormone imbalance. Are you tired all the time? Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of a hormone imbalance.
"27.12.2016 23:00:44" webmd.com How Much Do You Know About Spreading Germs? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about spreading germs. True or false: Antibacterial soap is the best weapon against germs.
"27.12.2016 21:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: 11 Ways to Stick With Healthy Eating Habits Want to make your healthy diet one you can actually live with? Start with these tips. When you bring your groceries home from the store, don't just toss your veggies in the fridge. Try this easy snack hack instead:
"27.12.2016 20:00:39" 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:
"27.12.2016 19:00:58" webmd.com Test Your Knowledge About Saliva Think you know about saliva? Test your knowledge about what's in it, what it does, and how much you make each day. Your saliva can reveal which of the following: Your eye color, age or hair color?
"27.12.2016 18:29:32" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to a Heart Attack Learn the symptoms of a heart attack, diagnosis, treatment options, and what you can do to lower your risk and prevent one. WebMD explains. Legendary actress Carrie Fisher has reportedly died at age 60, after recently suffering a heart attack.
"27.12.2016 17:00:00" Need to bring down your high blood pressure? Start with these simple changes:
"27.12.2016 16:00:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Healthy-Fat Foods From fish to avocados, nuts to beans, WebMD shows you what tasty foods have healthy fats. See the benefits of adding omega 3s and other good fats to your diet. An extra benefit to eating avocado? When you eat it with other foods, it helps your body better absorb their nutrients.
"27.12.2016 14:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 High-Protein Breakfasts Here are a few ideas to start your day the right way. Looking for a little breakfast inspiration? Try these protein-packed options:
"27.12.2016 12:00:00" Want to make your New Year's resolution stick? These easy tips may help lead to a healthier, happier you!
"27.12.2016 06:03:52" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Healthy Foods to Eat After a Binge Reach for these foods after bingeing to restore get your body back on track. Blood pressure on the rise from a sodium surge? Curb it by eating a banana.
"27.12.2016 05:03:23" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Multiple Sclerosis Learn more from this WebMD slideshow about multiple sclerosis, MS -- its cause, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and other facts. In many cases, vision problems are the first sign of MS.
"27.12.2016 04:00:44" webmd.com How Well Do You Know Your Pancreas? Your pancreas does a lot for you. The pancreas has two main jobs. Do you know what they are?
"27.12.2016 03:33:57" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Sciatica Get rid of that pain in your rear! WebMD's slideshow on sciatica explains the symptoms, causes, and treatments for this nagging lower back pain. The symptoms of sciatica tend to appear suddenly and can last for days or weeks.
"27.12.2016 02:29:06" 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. One whole pink or red grapefruit can give you enough vitamin C needed for the entire day.
"27.12.2016 01:30:05" webmd.com What Is Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension? PAH can leave you breathless after everyday activities. WebMD tells you what it is and who's most likely to get it. Many people have PAH for a long time before they realize something is wrong. The symptoms are subtle at first. What you need to know:
"26.12.2016 23:01:10" 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. True or false: Water is usually as good for rehydration as sports drinks that have electrolytes.
"26.12.2016 21:00:51" webmd.com Quiz: Making Change Stick Out with the old bad habits, in with the new healthy ones. Do you have what it takes to make lasting changes in your life? Find out with this WebMD quiz. By June, only 40% of people have stuck with their New Year's resolutions. How to make your changes stick:
"26.12.2016 20:01:03" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Causes of Fatigue and How to Fight It Always tired? WebMD examines causes and fixes for fatigue. Anemia is one of the leading causes of fatigue in women.
"26.12.2016 18:31:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Diverticulitis Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments See images from WebMD of what goes on in the colon to cause the telltale pouches of diverticulosis that lead to the inflammation of diverticulitis. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diverticular disease. Diverticulitis occurs when pouches that have developed in the wall of the colon become inflamed or infected.
"26.12.2016 16:00:49" 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 w/ folate, which your brain cells need to work well & may help protect against depression.
"26.12.2016 15:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Ways to Stop Stress Now Stressed out? These fixes can help you begin to get back in control, starting now. How you handle stress may help your blood pressure, blood sugar level, and more. Try these calming strategies:
"26.12.2016 14:00:39" webmd.com Why Is It So Hard for Me to Stop After Just One Drink? Why Is It So Hard for Me to Stop After Just One Drink? "I can't shake the question: Haven't I had enough?"
"26.12.2016 12:00:36" webmd.com Cold & Flu Treatment: Medication and Home Remedies for Children Slideshow WebMD offers helpful tips to safely choose and use over-the-counter medicines and other remedies to help you treat your child's cold or flu. How can you soothe a child's cold? How to safely give OTC medicines if needed to ease symptoms:
"26.12.2016 12:00:00" Spirometry can measure many different things about the way you breathe. Learn more:
"26.12.2016 06:01:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Tips to Keep Joints Healthy Dealing with joint pain and arthritis? WebMD shows you solutions for joint pain and tips to protect your joints from damage. Every pound you lose takes 4 pounds of pressure off the knees.
"26.12.2016 05:03:16" webmd.com Slideshow: What Milk Should I Drink? We've got the lowdown on 15 varieties of dairy, soy, nut, and seed milks. Grocery stores have more milk options than ever. How to find the best one for you and your family:
"26.12.2016 04:00:41" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Kidneys? You don't need them both, but the kidney's job is very important. Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about your kidneys. The kidney is most common organ donated in the world.
"26.12.2016 03:34:12" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Surprising Things That Hurt Your Heart Do you know what raises your risk of heart disease? Here are 12 surprising -- and simple -- ways to protect your ticker. Need extra motivation to brush and floss every day? People with gum disease are more likely to have heart disease, too.
"26.12.2016 02:31:09" webmd.com Pictures: 15 Herbal Supplements You Shouldn't Try Not all herbs and supplements are safe, especially if you have certain medical conditions or take some drugs. Find out which ones you may need to skip. Just because it's herbal doesn't mean a supplement is safe to take.
"26.12.2016 00:00:37" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Foods for Your MS Diet What you eat can make a big difference with your MS. Here are some of the foods that can keep you feeling good. When you eat 5 servings of fruits and veggies a day, you're loading up on antioxidants-- which can help ease inflammation.
"25.12.2016 23:00:28" 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. Bug bites, rashes, and other skin problems can be confused with MRSA because the symptoms are similar. What you need to know:
"25.12.2016 22:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Anatomy of a Sore Throat WebMD explores the types and causes of sore throat, including strep throat, and shows you how to find relief from that raw, scratchy feeling. A good look at your tonsils can offer up clues on what might be causing your sore throat:
"25.12.2016 21:00:00" Your box grater can do so much more than grate cheese! Try these healthy and carb-free staples:
"25.12.2016 20:01:08" webmd.com What's This Velvety, Brown Growth on My Skin? Is It a Seborrheic Keratosis? What is that velvety, brown or black spot on your skin? It could be a seborrheic keratosis, a harmless skin condition. WebMD explains what it is and how it's treated. This skin growth can appear beginning around age 40. It's typically benign, but if you're concerned, your doctor can have it tested.
"25.12.2016 17:00:56" webmd.com Quiz: Plagued by Pollen Test your knowledge about casues and consequences of seasonal allergies and how you can find relief in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Pollen allergies are only a problem in the spring and fall.
"25.12.2016 16:01:24" pets.webmd.com Slideshow: Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat WebMD's slideshow shows you which foods your dog should never eat, including fat trimmings and chocolate. Think twice before you share eggnog or holiday cookies with your pup!
"25.12.2016 14:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: Shingles Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments Caused by the same virus behind chickenpox, shingles is a painful nerve root infection resulting in a skin rash. What does the shingles rash looks like? Who's at risk? And who needs the shingles vaccine? Get your questions answered in this WebMD The first symptoms of shingles appear one to five days before the rash. What you need to know:
"25.12.2016 12:00:00" We need vitamin C to protect cells from damage, heal wounds and make our immune system work:
"25.12.2016 05:02:59" webmd.com Insomnia Quiz: Test Your Smarts on Poor Sleep and How to Fix It In this WebMD quiz, find out how insomnia may be hurting your work, personal life, and health. Insomnia is more than annoying -- it can be a serious medical condition.
"25.12.2016 04:01:17" 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. If you feel like you're walking on a marble, or if pain burns in the ball of your foot and radiates to the toes, you may have Morton's neuroma.
"25.12.2016 03:33:14" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Power Pairs for Weight Loss When it comes to slimming down, two (or more!) foods can be better than one. Check out these pairings that give stubborn pounds a one-two combo punch. These foods can help you fend off hunger, stay full longer, and burn fat or calories better than they would solo.
"25.12.2016 02:31:05" webmd.com Quiz: Myths and Facts About Hypothyroidism Take this WebMD quiz to test your knowledge about hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism can be tricky to diagnose because your symptoms can look like other conditions.
"25.12.2016 00:00:00" Kitchen Quickies: Skimming Fat with a Spoon This quick trick can help you cut back on the fat in your soups.
"24.12.2016 23:00:50" 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. Alzheimer's may not be obvious to friends and family, but there are some early warning signs to watch for.
"24.12.2016 22:00:52" 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 most common sign of gout is a nighttime attack of swelling, tenderness, redness, and sharp pain in your big toe.
"24.12.2016 21:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: Tooth Discoloration: Foods That Stain Your Teeth Want to keep your teeth white? WebMD shows you food and drinks -- like coffee, tea, and berries -- that stain teeth, so you can avoid tooth discoloration. If that candy cane makes your tongue change colors, it can also stain your teeth.
"24.12.2016 20:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: The Worst Shoes for Your Feet Stillettos, platforms, or flip-flops…which are the worst for your feet? Pictures show the hottest styles and illustrate how damage and foot pain can occur. Nine out of 10 women are wearing shoes that are too small-- and there could be consequences for your feet:
"24.12.2016 17:01:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Sinusitis Dos and Don'ts Is it OK to fly when you've got sinusitis? How about going to work? WebMD helps you decide what's right and wrong when you're all stuffed up. Sinusitis can sometimes result from a viral or -- more rarely -- bacterial infection. But is it contagious?
"24.12.2016 16:01:14" 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 that sugar can be as damaging to the liver as alcohol, even if you're not overweight.
"24.12.2016 14:00:47" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Nails Say About Your Health Subtle changes in the color or texture of your nails may be a sign of disease elsewhere in the body. WebMD shows you what secrets might be hiding at your fingertips. Problems in the liver, lungs, and heart can all show up in your nails.
"24.12.2016 12:00:00" 5 Facts About Your Spleen Your spleen is pretty incredible, but is it essential?
"24.12.2016 08:00:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Pancreatic Cancer: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment WebMD's Pancreatic Cancer slideshow covers the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatments of pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is called a "silent" disease because symptoms typically do not show up in the early stages.
"24.12.2016 06:01:16" 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 can be cured if it's found and treated early. Learn to spot the warning signs:
"24.12.2016 05:03:53" webmd.com Slideshow: Tooth Discoloration: Foods That Stain Your Teeth Want to keep your teeth white? WebMD shows you food and drinks -- like coffee, tea, and berries -- that stain teeth, so you can avoid tooth discoloration. A good rule of thumb: If a food or drink can stain a tablecloth, it can stain your teeth.
"24.12.2016 04:00:14" 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? There's no one test for Crohn's. Your doctor likely will rule out other causes for your symptoms first:
"24.12.2016 03:34:36" webmd.com Beyond Cholesterol: 14 Ways to Lower Triglycerides To keep your heart healthy, you may need to watch your triglyceride levels. Use these WebMD tips to learn how to keep them in check. One of the easiest things you can do to lower your triglycerides is to cut out sweetened drinks.
"24.12.2016 02:26:02" webmd.com Ebola Vaccine Appears Very Effective in Trial Drug manufacturer says it will seek regulatory approval by end of 2017 Among the 5,800 people who got the vaccine, no Ebola cases were recorded 10 days or more after.
"24.12.2016 01:30:30" webmd.com Holiday Foods Quiz Should you splurge on that cheesy starter, potato dish, or slice of pie -- or move on down the buffet for a better choice? Take WebMD's quiz to see how your favorites rate. Can you guess which Christmas treat is the naughtiest? A gingerbread man, candy cane or sugar cookie?
"24.12.2016 00:01:21" webmd.com Why Is My Skin Itching, Peeling, and Burning? Should I Call a Doctor? Itching, peeling, burning -- should you get that skin spot checked, or wait and see what happens? WebMD tells you when it's time to call the doctor. Your body has lots of ways of letting you know something's wrong. When to call your doctor about skin changes:
"23.12.2016 23:00:50" webmd.com Slideshow: Fungus Infection -- Prevention and Treatment A fungus lurks among us … WebMD shows you how to avoid picking up fungal infections like athlete's foot and ringworm and what to do if you do. Itchy, burning, cracked, and peeling feet? Athlete's foot is a form of ringworm that usually develops between the toes.
"23.12.2016 22:00:59" webmd.com Blood Banks Face Shortages, New Screening Rules Rare complication of transfusions has led to beefed-up testing requirements Blood and platelet shortages put cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, trauma victims and people with health issues that require routine transfusions at risk.
"23.12.2016 21:00:00" Some people call lupus "the great imitator." It has common symptoms that look like other diseases:
"23.12.2016 20:00:57" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Digestive Health Supplements See 8 supplements to improve digestive health, including probiotics, psyllium, ginger, l-glutamine and more. When used daily, artichoke leaf extract seems to lessen nausea, vomiting, gas, and abdominal pain.
"23.12.2016 18:30:24" 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. AFib -- an irregular heart rhythm -- makes you five times more likely to have a stroke. How you can lower your risk:
"23.12.2016 18:12:49" webmd.com Coffee vs. Tea: Is One Better for Your Health? After years of studies that seemed to swing between dire warnings and cheery promises about what our favorite caffeinated beverages do and don't do, much of the recent science regarding coffee and tea is generally positive. Which do you prefer: Coffee or tea?
"23.12.2016 15:00:16" webmd.com Pain Tolerance Tied to 'Silent' Heart Attack Risk Chest pain is one of the "classic" symptoms of a heart attack. But many people have so-called silent heart attacks, where they notice no obvious symptoms. New study says people who have a higher pain tolerance may have a greater risk of having a silent heart attack. "Atypical" symptoms of heart attack you need to know:
"23.12.2016 14:00:46" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Signs of Depression Worried you may depressed or that a loved one needs help? WebMD shows you depression signs beyond sadness and trouble sleeping -- and when to seek help. Got a backache that won't quit? Studies show that depression may be a risk factor for chronic lower back pain.
"23.12.2016 13:00:45" webmd.com What You Need to Know About Your Drinking Water Find out what you should know about your tap water. In recent months, there have been several headlines about the safety of tap water. Do you know what's in your H2O?
"23.12.2016 12:00:00" Incredible. Here's an inside look at how doctors perform a total knee replacement:
"23.12.2016 06:04:20" webmd.com Test Your Knowledge About Saliva Think you know about saliva? Test your knowledge about what's in it, what it does, and how much you make each day. True or false: It's OK to put your baby's pacifier in your mouth to clean it.
"23.12.2016 05:02:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods That Are Surprisingly Bad for Cholesterol Are you trying to lower your cholesterol level? This WebMD slideshow tells you which foods may raise your cholesterol - and their healthier substitutes. Granola doesn't always equal healthy. In fact, the crunchy treat often comes with a big serving of saturated fat.
"23.12.2016 04:02:47" webmd.com Slideshow: The Benefits of Beauty Sleep Are you a night owl? Your late hours might show up on your face, so check out this WebMD slideshow to see why you need your beauty sleep. If you're a night owl looking for a snack, reach for fruit. Salty snacks can give you a swollen face in the AM.
"23.12.2016 03:29:00" webmd.com COPD Quiz: Emphysema, Bronchitis, and Keeping Your Lungs Healthy Take this WebMD quiz to test your knowledge of COPD, lung disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. Because COPD takes time to get worse, you may not realize there's a problem. What you need to know:
"23.12.2016 02:30:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Things That Burrow Into Your Skin What's under your skin? Pictures of parasites that burrow: ticks, chiggers, scabies, screwworm, and more. Naegleria Fowleri is called the “brain-eating amoeba” because it destroys brain tissue. It lives in warm lakes and rivers, and it can travel up your nose when you swim.
"23.12.2016 01:30:52" 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. Orange-colored fruits and veggies are high in beta-carotene, a form of vitamin A that helps with night vision.
"23.12.2016 00:00:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Knee Exercises to Help Prevent Injury Getting over a knee injury? WebMD shows you moves that can help make you stronger, so you're less likely to get re-injured. Exercise should never cause pain or make it worse. How to safely get more out of your workout:
"22.12.2016 23:00:53" 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." High blood pressure is sometimes called a silent killer because it may have no outward symptoms for years. What you need to know:
"22.12.2016 21:00:19" webmd.com Slideshow: Diabetes and Alcohol: Drinks and Cocktails It's fine to have a glass of wine, a beer, or a cocktail when you have diabetes, but you need to be careful. WebMD offers tips and tricks to help you make good choices. Alcohol can affect your blood sugar for up to 24 hours. What you need to know before heading to your holiday party:
"22.12.2016 20:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Dry Skin and What You Can Do About It Check out these causes of rough, itchy skin, and find out how to treat it -- and prevent it. Soaking in the tub or showering for long periods is a common cause of dry skin. Try this instead:
"22.12.2016 18:31:08" webmd.com Child Deaths Highlight Choking Dangers of Grapes Deaths of 5-year-old and toddler cited in new report The top food causes of choking deaths among kids younger than 5 are hot dogs, candy and whole grapes. Please share with friends or family who may have little visitors for the holidays:
"22.12.2016 17:00:00" Pneumonia If you have pneumonia, your lungs are infected. Here's a look at what happens.
"22.12.2016 16:00:29" webmd.com Sugars & Sweeteners Quiz: Test Your Sugar Smarts Test your sugar IQ with this WebMD quiz about different types of sugar and sweeteners. The average American eats about 152 pounds of sugar in just one year.
"22.12.2016 15:00:11" webmd.com Aortic Aneurysm-Topic Overview What is an aortic aneurysm? An aortic aneurysm is a stretched and bulging section in the wall of the aorta. The aorta is the large blood vessel that carries oxygen - rich blood from the heart to the rest of the body. A bulging aorta is weakened and can Actor Alan Thicke died of a ruptured aorta at age 69, according to his death certificate. What you need to know about an aortic aneurysm:
"22.12.2016 14:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Causes of Fatigue and How to Fight It Always tired? WebMD examines causes and fixes for fatigue. Some people think they're sleeping enough, but sleep apnea gets in the way.
"22.12.2016 12:00:00" 7 Safety Tips for Your Christmas Tree Whether your Christmas tree is live or artificial, position it well away from heat sources like fireplaces or radiators.
"22.12.2016 06:30:13" 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. This life-saving procedure helps to restore the body's ability to make blood cells after high-dose chemotherapy or radiation.
"22.12.2016 05:30:24" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Feet Say About Your Health WebMD's pictures help sort out when to call the doctor or simply put on socks and put your feet up. Cold feet, misshapen nails, swelling, and numbness can be warning signs of illness. What you need to know:
"22.12.2016 04:30:20" webmd.com Holiday Depression and Stress For many people, the holiday season is a time filled with sadness, self-reflection, loneliness, and anxiety. WebMD offers tips for avoiding holiday depression. This time of year can be filled with sadness and anxiety for many. What you to need to know about holiday depression:
"22.12.2016 03:30:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Ways to Beat Belly Fat Could your job be to blame for your belly fat? It might be, if it stresses you out. But there are a number of ways to get rid of it. Leafy greens, whole grains, nuts, and beans are all good for keeping away the fat that stays deep in your belly.
"22.12.2016 02:30:35" webmd.com Slideshow: Food Dos and Don'ts to Tame Inflammation Does sugar cause inflammation? What about nightshade vegetables? Get the facts about foods and inflammation. Fatty fish are one of the best sources of omega-3s, a type of fat that tames inflammation throughout the body.
"22.12.2016 01:30:49" 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. Toenail fungus thrives in warm, wet places and won't go away on its own. Do you know how it's treated -- and how you can avoid it?
"22.12.2016 00:00:00" The Basics: Laryngitis Losing your voice can be frustrating, but the best bet for getting it back is usually rest and fluids.
"21.12.2016 23:00:31" webmd.com Slideshow: Risky Exercises and Better Bets Workout not working? Who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Not you. So ditch these seven moves which may not deliver the results you want -- and may even cause injury. Starting a workout plan in the New Year? Here are our top 7 moves to avoid in the gym.
"21.12.2016 21:00:28" webmd.com Rest May Not Be Best for Kids After Concussion Study suggests light activity may help speed recovery The new findings "call into question the standard operating procedure where athletes have to be symptom-free before they are allowed to start exertion."
"21.12.2016 20:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: The Truth About Dandruff Have dandruff? Stop itching! WebMD shows you dandruff causes, dandruff treatments, dandruff triggers, and dandruff prevention. Conditions like head lice and ringworm can sometimes be mistaken as dandruff. Here's how to tell the difference.
"21.12.2016 18:31:08" webmd.com Slideshow: High-Sodium Shockers Foods high in sodium are sometimes hard to avoid. But arm yourself with tips to make smart, low-sodium choices wherever you are. Salty foods can be found in places you hadn't considered. What you need to know:
"21.12.2016 17:00:37" webmd.com Holiday Tips for Children With Autism These tips can help your loved one stay calm amid the holiday chaos. Changes to routine can be hard for children with autism. Here are some tips to help them enjoy the holiday season:
"21.12.2016 16:00:12" webmd.com Slideshow: Diabetes and Your Mouth High blood sugar can cause damage throughout the body, including in your mouth. WebMD shows you why oral and dental care is key when you have diabetes. High blood sugar increases your risk for dry mouth, gum disease, tooth loss, and fungal infections like thrush.
"21.12.2016 15:20:14" webmd.com Holiday Health Hazards for Kids Holiday Health Hazards for Kids Is your house ready for little visitors? Tag someone you know who may need this information!
"21.12.2016 14:01:05" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About Tea Which tea has the most antioxidants? Are hot and cold tea equal? Take this WebMD quiz and find out. True or false: People who need to control their blood sugar level may benefit from drinking green tea.
"21.12.2016 12:00:00" The Basics: Dry Eyes Dry eye can not only be irritating, it can also contribute to eye infections and damage. Here's what you can do about it.
"21.12.2016 06:03:12" webmd.com Slideshow: 19 Hair Care Tips WebMD cuts through the hype and provides tips about hair that is thin, gray, curly, colored, overprocessed, dandruff prone, and much more. Fad diets can starve your body of important nutrients, which can lead to brittle hair or hair loss.
"21.12.2016 05:02:36" webmd.com Slideshow: Your Guide to Eating Healthy Carbs WebMD shows you how to choose the healthiest carbs, including examples of simple carbs and complex carbs. Looking for a guilt-free treat? Popcorn is a whole grain that has complex carbs and fiber.
"21.12.2016 04:01:34" symptoms.webmd.com Cold & Flu Quiz: Can You Tell the Difference? Do you have a cold or the flu? Take this WebMD quiz to see which is which and what you can do to ease your symptoms. Colds and the flu share a few symptoms. How to tell the difference:
"21.12.2016 03:31:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Cancer-Fighting Foods WebMD shows you the foods and eating strategies that may help reduce your risk of developing cancer. Fruits and veggies are rich in cancer-fighting nutrients -- and the more color, the more nutrients they contain.
"21.12.2016 02:30:04" webmd.com Slideshow: The Truth About Sugar Addiction Do you often crave sweets? Binge on carbs? WebMD's slideshow offers a peek into your brain on sugar -- and tips on how to tame a sweet tooth so you can lose weight. Can you really be addicted to sugar?
"21.12.2016 01:30:57" blogs.webmd.com How Celiac Disease Changed My Life By Alice Bast, CEO, Beyond Celiac
Once you have a celiac disease diagnosis, with its imperfect and [...] "Sometimes they treat me like I'm totally neurotic. It's easy to feel beaten down. But you've got to stay vigilant. Frankly, your life depends on it.” - Beyond Celiac's Alice Bast
"21.12.2016 00:00:34" webmd.com Quiz: Bone Up on Your Joints They're all over your body, but what do you really know about your joints? This WebMD quiz gives you the facts. True or false: If you're double-jointed, you have extra joints.
"20.12.2016 23:00:29" webmd.com Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Double in a Year A new study shows a startling rise in deaths from fentanyl overdoses: From 2013 to 2014, the number of people who died by overdosing on it more than doubled. Deaths from synthetic opioids, like fentanyl increased 72% from 2010 to 2015.
"20.12.2016 21:00:00" Looking for a low-carb side for dinner tonight? Try these baked parmesan tomatoes:
"20.12.2016 20:00:37" webmd.com Prostate Cancer Treatment Called 'Transformative' The therapy features lasers and a drug made from deep sea bacteria, and does not cause severe side effects. In a new study, 49% of patients who underwent the new procedure had no remaining trace of cancer.
"20.12.2016 18:30:22" webmd.com Pot Use in Pregnancy on the Upswing, Study Finds Researchers concerned about possible harm to fetus Researchers looked at national data from women ages 18 to 44. They found the rate of past-month marijuana use among pregnant women went up from 2.4 percent in 2002 to nearly 3.9 percent in 2014. That's an increase of 62 percent, the researchers said.
"20.12.2016 17:00:23" 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. Sleeping better may be the key to eating better -- a sleep-deprived brain is more likely to crave unhealthy snacks and meals.
"20.12.2016 16:00:53" webmd.com Female Doctors May Have an Edge Older hospital patients treated by a woman were slightly less likely to be readmitted or die within 30 days Older Americans who land in the hospital are more likely to survive if their doctor is a woman, a new study suggests.