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"26.02.2017 17:01:03" webmd.com Slideshow: 14 Best Foods to Keep in Your Fridge You're hungry and staring into your fridge, but is there anything healthy in there? Stock up on a few key staples to make sure there's something good waiting for you. Sure, avocado is full of fat, but it's "good" fat -- linked to heart health and good cholesterol. What else you should be stocking your fridge with:
"26.02.2017 16:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: The No-Gym Workout This quick workout gets you into great shape at home without costly equipment. WebMD's pictures show the best moves for flat abs and total body fitness. Don't pay hefty gym fees to get fit -- these 15 moves use gravity and your own body weight to do the job.
"26.02.2017 14:01:00" webmd.com Pictures: What's Missing From Your Diet? If you feel like something is a little off, but you're not sure exactly what, you may not be getting enough of some key vitamins or minerals. Depending on what's going on, there might be a food (or supplement) for that. No one knows for sure what causes canker sores, but they've been linked to lack of B12, zinc, folate, and iron. Here are good sources:
"26.02.2017 12:00:01" High-Protein Breakfasts A high-protein breakfast is just what you need to power through your day. Here are 5 ideas (that aren't all eggs):
"26.02.2017 06:04:26" webmd.com Slideshow: A Closer Look at Depression What is depression? WebMD provides information on symptoms, tests, and treatments for many types of the disorder. Depression is sometimes linked to physical symptoms-- including fatigue, insomnia and persistent aches or pains. What to know:
"26.02.2017 05:15:05" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Ovarian Cancer Pictures show the symptoms, tests, and treatments for ovarian cancer, as well as what factors raise your risk for the disease. While there is no definitive diet to prevent ovarian cancer, there is evidence that what you eat can make a difference.
"26.02.2017 03:33:21" webmd.com Slideshow: Gout -- Learn About the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments See what gout looks like, and learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of this painful form of arthritis -- including how to avoid gout attacks through medication, diet, and lifestyle changes. The joint at the base of the big toe is the most common site of an acute gout attack. What you need to know:
"26.02.2017 02:30:12" webmd.com Quiz: Is Your Eyesight Worsening? Do you see what you should see? Let WebMD test your knowledge on the signs of declining vision. True or false: 3-D movies are bad for your eyes.
"26.02.2017 00:00:03" Here's what happens inside your body when you have an allergic reaction:
"25.02.2017 23:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Type 1 Diabetes WebMD offers a slideshow of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 1 diabetes. The symptoms of type 1 diabetes tend to come on suddenly. What you need to know:
"25.02.2017 22:00:31" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Low Testosterone A dip in a man's sex drive can be a symptom of low testosterone -- or a normal part of aging. See the symptoms and treatments for 'Low T' in this slideshow from WebMD. Testosterone is usually measured with a blood test done early in the morning, when levels are highest. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 20:02:04" webmd.com Slideshow: The MIND Diet That May Help Fight Alzheimer's Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia in older people. Click through to find out how the MIND diet may help prevent or delay symptoms. Nuts and berries are ideal snacks -- both have been linked to better brain health. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 17:01:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Everything About Hepatitis C WebMD shows you what you need to know about hepatitis C, including symptoms, treatment, and prevention. If left untreated, hepatitis C can turn into lifelong liver disease. What you need to know about treatment and prevention:
"25.02.2017 16:01:22" webmd.com How Well Do You Know Your Pancreas? Your pancreas does a lot for you. True or false: You can live without a pancreas.
"25.02.2017 14:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea Aside from plain water, coffee and tea are the most enjoyed beverages around the world. Most of us like the caffeine boost that comes with a cup of tea or coffee-- but it can be good for your health, too.
"25.02.2017 12:00:00" We may associate cholesterol with fatty foods, but most of the waxy substance is made by our own bodies. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 06:00:53" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Breast Cancer Symptoms, Lumps, Tests, and Treatments Learn about the breast cancer experience, from symptoms and tests to treatments, recovery, and prevention. Pictures show breast structure and tumors. The odds of beating breast cancer are strongly tied to how early you find it. Learn more:
"25.02.2017 05:05:34" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Migraine Headaches Learn about the many different symptoms, triggers, and treatments for these severe headaches. Pictures show the visual problems (aura) and brain structures affected. Migraine sufferers often report that certain foods trigger their headaches. Common culprits include:
"25.02.2017 04:01:04" webmd.com Slideshow: OAB -- Helping an Overactive Bladder Learn about OAB symptoms and treatment. WebMD shows you how to deal with bladder problems through lifestyle changes, surgery, medication, and more. Getting up more than once or twice a night to go to the bathroom can be a sign of overactive bladder. At least 30 million Americans have it -- learn more:
"25.02.2017 03:31:53" webmd.com Slideshow: What Conditions Cause Back Pain? Many things can make your back hurt. Find out more about a few of them, including what you can do about them. If you hurt the muscles or tissues around your spine, your muscles may try to protect that area by going into spasm.
"25.02.2017 02:28:05" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Foods That Are Good for Your Eyes Discover an array of foods (beyond carrots) with nutrients that will help your eyes stay healthy now and later. One sweet potato also has more than half the vitamin C you need in a day and a little vitamin E.
"25.02.2017 01:00:56" blogs.webmd.com Sargento Expands Cheese Recall « Inside Health News Sargento Foods Inc. has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination RECALL ALERT: Sargento has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination. Check your fridge for these items:
"25.02.2017 00:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Manage Your Crohn's Disease WebMD shows you how to keep your Crohn's under control with treatments, exercise, stress relief, and food tips. Crohn's can make it harder for your body to absorb vitamins like D and B-12. What you should know before trying supplements:
"24.02.2017 22:00:53" webmd.com 9 Parents of Twins Share Their Best Advice We asked what they would tell other parents before bringing two bundles of joy into the world. "My best advice would be to have a lot of patience and when a friend offers to help, take them up on it. Sometimes our house was in chaos, but I wouldn't want it any other way."
"24.02.2017 21:00:38" webmd.com Over 400,000 Toy Frogs Recalled for Injury Hazard Moose Toys says it's recalling hundreds of thousands of Little Live Pets Lil Frog toys and Lil Frog Lily Pad toys due to an injury hazard. RECALL ALERT: Moose Toys is recalling hundreds of thousands of Little Live Pets Lil Frog toys due an injury hazard. Learn more:
"24.02.2017 20:01:55" webmd.com Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds Heroin and other opioids accounted for about half of the deaths, a reflection of this decade's prescription painkiller epidemic.
"24.02.2017 19:10:17" webmd.com 'Superbug' Infections Striking More U.S. Kids Antibiotic-resistant germs no longer confined to hospitals, study warns This antibiotic-resistant bacterial infection, previously only found in hospitals, has increased 700% in US children since 2007. What you should know:
"24.02.2017 18:00:16" webmd.com More Than 500,000 Toddler Swings Recalled Injuries to children are prompting the recall of 540,000 Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug'n Secure pink toddler swings RECALL ALERT: Little Tikes is recalling over half a million toddler swings, following reports of injury. Learn more:
"24.02.2017 17:00:02" The Basics: Gonorrhea About 800,000 people get gonorrhea each year. Here's what to know:
"24.02.2017 16:01:12" webmd.com Quiz: Cardio vs. Weights Which is better for you -- running or pumping iron? Find out how much you know about the best exercise for your body. True or false: Cardio is the only exercise that may help prevent heart disease.
"24.02.2017 15:00:35" webmd.com Vomiting Syndrome on the Rise in Heavy Pot Smokers Experts are trying to figure out why more heavy marijuana users are getting a rare illness that causes vomiting and abdominal pain. Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome -- also known as cyclical vomiting syndrome -- is on the rise among heavy marijuana users, but experts aren't sure why. What you should know:
"24.02.2017 14:01:35" webmd.com How Much Do You Know About Spreading Germs? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about spreading germs. We have some bad news if you follow the "5-second" rule.
"24.02.2017 12:00:33" What Your Liver Does Your liver is one of the hardest-working organs in your body. Here's how you can take care of it:
"24.02.2017 06:03:54" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lung Cancer WebMD's pictures show who's at risk for lung cancer, symptoms, tests, and promising new treatments. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women. What you need to know:
"24.02.2017 05:03:41" webmd.com Slideshow: The 30-Minute Workout Routine Think you don't have time to work out? You do! Intensity is key, especially if you don't have much time. Get moving with this 30 minute "quickie" routine that includes cardio and resistance training for each major muscle group. A short–burst, high–intensity workout boosts your metabolism and tones muscles. Get moving with this 30-minute routine:
"24.02.2017 04:03:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Precancerous Skin Lesions and Skin Cancer Like many cancers, skin cancers -- including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma -- start as precancerous lesions. This WebMD slideshow tells you how to spot the early warning signs of skin cancer and seek treatment. Skin cancer will strike an estimated 40-50% of fair-skinned people who live to 65. Learn to spot the early warning signs:
"24.02.2017 03:32:25" webmd.com Slideshow: Listen Up -- All About Ear Conditions What's that? I can't hear you. Maybe it's tinnitus, or impacted ear wax, or cauliflower ear (yup, that's a thing). Find out what may be ailing your ears in this slideshow. Cauliflower ear is caused by repeated hits and cuts to the ear-- and it can affect more than how it looks. What you need to know:
"24.02.2017 02:31:07" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Ways to Wreck Your Sleep A lousy night's sleep can mean a bad day at the office. Here are a few things that can get in the way of good rest. Any artificial light at night can be bad for sleep-- especially the glow from your phone, laptop or TV.
"24.02.2017 01:28:04" webmd.com Quiz: Mouth Myths and Facts WebMD Quiz: Is Your Smile as Bright as It Can Be? Test your knowledge about how to have white teeth and healthy gums in this WebMD quiz. Which food is better for your smile: Oranges, dried apricots or celery?
"24.02.2017 00:01:08" webmd.com What Is an Ovarian Cyst? Each month, the ovaries make eggs in women who have not reached menopause. Cysts are a normal part of this cycle. But some cysts are not normal and need attention. Learn more about ovarian cysts and how to treat them. Ovarian cysts are common and usually go away on their own, but sometimes require emergency attention. What to know:
"23.02.2017 23:00:29" webmd.com Belly Fat vs. Being Overweight in Older Women While a few extra pounds doesn't up death risk, weight around the middle does, study contends The study found that risk of mortality increased when waist circumference measured more than 31.5 inches.
"23.02.2017 21:01:02" webmd.com Slideshow: 20 Foods That Can Save Your Heart The top foods for heart health go beyond cholesterol busters to edamame, nuts, salmon, even coffee, in this list from WebMD. Cooking tips and pictures show how to work new foods into your diet. Fresh herbs, black beans, red wine, and salmon are on our list of 20 foods that can save your heart. See the rest here:
"23.02.2017 20:10:01" webmd.com A Stressed Life May Mean a Wider Waistline Study finds chronic anxiety might raise risk of obesity Could high stress be to blame for widening waistlines? New research suggests a link:
"23.02.2017 18:30:13" Timeline Photos In today's social media-centric world, bullying has moved into cyberspace -- and it's not only between kids. What everyone should know: http://wb.md/2mh5VRM
"23.02.2017 17:00:51" Southwestern Rice Pinto Bean Salad Delicious! Enjoy this healthy salad as a vegetarian main course, or pair it up as a low-cholesterol side.
"23.02.2017 16:07:19" webmd.com Unhealthy in Middle Age, Dementia in Old Age? Diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking may set you up for Alzheimer's, research suggests Diabetes in middle age was linked with the highest risk for dementia in old age -- as high as 77%.
"23.02.2017 15:09:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Secrets of Healthy Eating and Portion Control Practicing portion control can help you lose weight and eat a healthy diet. But how much is too much? Use this pictorial guide from WebMD to gauge serving sizes. Start downsizing your food to healthy portions and your body will follow suit. Our portion size guide can help:
"23.02.2017 14:01:29" webmd.com Water Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Hydration? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about hydration, how much water you need, the signs of dehydration, sports drinks, and more. Your body has water in every cell, tissue, and organ. Learn more:
"23.02.2017 12:00:00" Nerve pain may be hard to control, but with the right treatment-- it doesn't have to control you.
"23.02.2017 06:00:59" webmd.com Slideshow: ADHD in Adults Most people think of children when they hear the term attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But 30%-70% of kids with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. WebMD provides an overview of ADHD in adults. Many adults don't learn that they have ADHD until they get help for another problem, such as anxiety or depression. What to know:
"23.02.2017 05:06:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Blisters Causes and Treatment Blisters can result from an ill-fitting shoe, a bug bite, or a serious health problem like shingles. Find out more about what causes them and how to treat them. If you've had chickenpox, you also can get shingles, which targets nerves and causes a painful rash with blisters.
"23.02.2017 04:02:50" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Heart Failure Heart failure is a serious condition, but you can lead a fulfilling life with it. Learn the symptoms, treatments, and more. Your heart can begin to fail as you age, but the condition can affect young people, too. What you need to know:
"23.02.2017 03:30:03" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriasis photos, triggers that cause itchy, painful skin WebMD shows 10 pictures of psoriasis triggers. See what to avoid for natural relief from this dry, itchy, painful skin rash. Yeast infections, thrush, strep throat, respiratory infections, and staph infections are all known triggers for psoriasis. More info:
"23.02.2017 02:27:04" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About Coffee WebMD tests your knowledge on the good, the bad, and the surprising about America's favorite beverage. True or false: Coffee has more antioxidants than fruits and vegetables.
"23.02.2017 01:31:19" webmd.com Norovirus: Symptoms and Treatment WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of noroviruses. Norovirus causes an average of 19-21 million cases of acute gastroenteritis in the U.S. per year. What you should know:
"23.02.2017 00:00:39" webmd.com Does Zika Harm Male Fertility? The CDC is working with a fertility clinic in Puerto Rico to determine if men infected by Zika have lower sperm counts or lower sperm function after infection Three separate studies have documented the grave damage the Zika virus can do to the male testes, at least in mice.
"22.02.2017 23:00:31" webmd.com Brain Chip Helps Paralyzed 'Type' With Their Mind Researchers report patients showed fastest speeds seen yet in such experiments The new study involved three patients with severe limb weakness. Two had ALS, and the other had a spinal cord injury.
"22.02.2017 21:05:28" Timeline Photos Fresh herbs, black beans, red wine, and salmon are on our list of 20 foods that can save your heart. See the rest here: http://wb.md/2lqo29y
"22.02.2017 19:06:58" webmd.com Slideshow: 12 Basic Yoga Poses From beginners to yogi pros, anyone can make these basic poses part of a daily yoga practice. Warrior poses work lower body muscles and build stamina and balance. More about how to strike this strengthening pose:
"22.02.2017 17:00:45" The Doctor is LIVE: Skin Health We're LIVE and taking your questions on skin health! Post them below for WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH, and dermatologist Stephanie S Gardner, MD.
"22.02.2017 16:00:32" webmd.com No, Your Cat Isn't a Threat to Your Mental Health Study designed to allay fears that kitty poop parasites raise odds for schizophrenia, other disorders Cat owners can breathe a sigh of relief: Your feline's litter box likely won't put your family's mental health at risk.
"22.02.2017 15:04:39" webmd.com U.S. Life Expectancy May Rise to Over 80 by 2030 But other developed countries expected to have even bigger longevity gains, study says By 2030, American women will live an average of more than 83 years, while men may reach an average of 80, a new study says.
"22.02.2017 14:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Skin Says About Your Health Skin problems are often the first sign of serious underlying health problems, such as diabetes and lung cancer. Join us today at 12pmET as WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH and dermatologist Stephanie S Gardner, MD take your skin health questions LIVE! Post your questions below.
"22.02.2017 06:05:11" webmd.com Slideshow: Home Remedies: What Works? Click through to find out about home remedies: Some that work, some that don't, and some that you should avoid at all costs. Ginger has been used for thousands of years in Asian medicine to treat stomachaches, diarrhea, and nausea. Learn more:
"22.02.2017 05:05:09" webmd.com Slideshow: 17 Tips to Lose 100 Pounds or More These lifestyle changes -- suggested by experts and real people who've lost the weight -- can help you stay on the path toward a healthier body and a happier you. Don't forget to celebrate those non-scale victories, too!
"22.02.2017 04:02:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Things That Are Bad for Your Bones Your bones need to be strong and healthy. But some things, WebMD says, aren't so good for them. Is your bone health at risk because of these things? What you need to know:
"22.02.2017 03:36:31" webmd.com What Is an Ankle Sprain? An ankle sprain is a common injury caused by turning or twisting your ankle. Your symptoms depend on how much your ankle ligament is strained or torn. One very clear sign of an ankle sprain is it hurts. A lot. Other symptoms you might have when your ankle is sprained:
"22.02.2017 02:30:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Lactose Intolerance – How to Get Calcium and Vitamin D See how to eat right when dairy gives you stomach problems. WebMD shows you ways to get calcium and vitamin D through lactose-free milk, foods, and the sun. Beans are nutritional powerhouses that boast calcium. Learn more:
"22.02.2017 01:30:34" webmd.com Same-Sex Marriage Laws Tied to Fewer Teen Suicides Perceived acceptance may benefit gay, lesbian and bisexual teens, study suggests While as many as 40% of gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens have considered suicide, legal approval of same sex marriage may reduce risk by 14%, a new study says.
"22.02.2017 00:00:47" webmd.com Congressional Group Supports Vaccine Safety Letter comes in response to President Trump's reported support for anti-vaccine groups The bipartisan statement comes after reports that President Donald Trump has shown some support for the widely discredited "anti-vaxxer" movement.
"21.02.2017 22:15:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea Most of us like the ritual -- not to mention the caffeine boost -- that comes with a cup of tea or coffee. But it can be good for your health, too. Coffee and tea don't just give you a boost -- they contain antioxidants that can help you fight off cell-damaging free radicals.
"21.02.2017 21:13:25" webmd.com Former Teen Heartthrob David Cassidy Has Dementia Cassidy says both his grandfather and his mother struggled with dementia in their final years David Cassidy has come forward about his battle with dementia: "I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming."
"21.02.2017 21:02:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Kids' Eczema Skin Care Dos and Don'ts Keeping your child's skin healthy can be tricky if he or she has eczema. Know what to do and what not to do. If your child has eczema, keep an eye out for signs of infection. What to look for:
"21.02.2017 20:22:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Itches, Rashes, Bumps and Other Adult Skin Problems Is your skin itching, breaking out, covered in a rash, or playing host to spots of some sort? It may be the result of infection, a chronic skin condition, or contact with an allergen or irritant. This WebMD slide shows you how to spot skin problems Join us tomorrow at 12pmET for a Facebook LIVE -- we'll be taking your questions about skin health! Post your questions in the comments.
"21.02.2017 18:51:05" webmd.com Vomiting Syndrome on the Rise in Heavy Pot Smokers Experts are trying to figure out why more heavy marijuana users are getting a rare illness that causes vomiting and abdominal pain. A growing number of heavy marijuana users are suffering from cyclical vomiting syndrome -- and experts aren't sure why. What you should know:
"21.02.2017 17:00:39" blogs.webmd.com Sargento Expands Cheese Recall « Inside Health News A week after issuing a recall of some cheese varieties over possible listeria contamination, Sargento Foods Inc. voluntarily expanded the recall and terminated its relationship with a supplier. RECALL ALERT: Sargento has expanded its cheese recall over possible listeria contamination. What you need to know:
"21.02.2017 15:58:21" Lots of things can trigger heart palpitations-- including anxiety, medications or strenuous exercise. Learn more:
"21.02.2017 15:02:03" webmd.com Possible Drawback to Gluten-Free: Toxic Metals Higher levels of arsenic, mercury found in people who follow this eating plan, study finds Those who ate gluten-free diets had nearly twice the levels of arsenic in their urine, and 70% higher levels of mercury in their blood, according to a new study.
"21.02.2017 14:00:54" webmd.com Slideshow: What's in Your Water? Water: You drink it, bathe in it, and cook with it. So shouldn't you know what's in it? Whether you have well or city water, things like lead can get in after it leaves the source. What to know:
"21.02.2017 12:00:43" 5 Easy High-Protein Breakfasts
"21.02.2017 06:03:50" webmd.com Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar, made from fermented apples, has been used as a health tonic for thousands of years for many different ailments. Does it work? Women with osteoporosis should be wary of apple cider vinegar. Used regularly, it could reduce bone density.
"21.02.2017 05:03:43" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Concussions and Brain Injuries What happens when you hit your head -- hard? This WebMD slideshow shows you how the brain reacts to and recovers from blows. Getting a second concussion before the first one has healed can slow your recovery and increase the risk for permanent damage.
"21.02.2017 04:01:14" webmd.com Slideshow: What's Causing Your Pelvic Pain? Pictures show the causes of pelvic pain in women including fibroids, cysts, IBS, PMS, appendicitis, bladder infections, and unusual vulvar pain. Medical illustrations show what's happening inside the pelvis. If you have pain below your belly button and above your legs, it counts as pelvic pain.
"21.02.2017 03:31:06" 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 to watch for:
"21.02.2017 02:30:33" webmd.com Understanding Symptoms of Aneurysm Get the basics on symptoms of aneurysms from the experts at WebMD. Some symptoms can be a sign of a specific type of aneurysm. What you need to know:
"21.02.2017 01:30:19" webmd.com What Are the Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiency? Take this quiz to see how much you know about vitamin B12. If you have a chronic lack of B12, your body can't make the amount of red blood cells that it needs, which can lead to anemia. More info:
"21.02.2017 00:01:16" webmd.com Slideshow: The Beauty Benefits of Natural Oils WebMD lists the beauty benefits of natural oils like coconut and castor to your hair, skin, and nails. Sometimes called “liquid gold,” argan oil is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols, which can fight the effects of aging.
"20.02.2017 23:01:17" 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. Next time you eat out, you may want to take your drink lemon-free. Nearly 70% of restaurant lemons examined had disease-causing microbes, including E. coli and feces.
"20.02.2017 21:05:04" 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. Looking for relief from your cough? Try these remedies: http://wb.md/2kS0qHP
"20.02.2017 20:00:58" 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: Watercress can instantly make sandwiches and salads more lively and fresh-tasting.
"20.02.2017 19:00:03" The Facts About Cold Sores
"20.02.2017 18:31:09" 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.
"20.02.2017 17:03:27" 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:
"20.02.2017 16:01:23" 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, here is what they'll often include:
"20.02.2017 16:01:11" 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 may put you at greater risk. What you need to know:
"20.02.2017 15:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Identify Bugs and Bug Bites, From Spiders to Scorpions Learn to identify ticks, poisonous spiders, fleas, chiggers, and other bugs. See what their bites and stings look like -- and how to find relief. When the brown recluse bites, it is often painless -- then skin may redden, turn white, blister, and becomes painful.
"20.02.2017 14:01:10" webmd.com The 7 Biggest Lies Holding You Back From Happiness The 7 Biggest Lies Holding You Back From Happiness "The biggest magic you can apply to your life now is appreciation."
"20.02.2017 06:31:04" 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. Sweet potatoes have about 5 grams of fiber in a 3/4 cup serving -- which slows digestion and keeps you feeling fuller longer.
"20.02.2017 05:30:20" webmd.com Hugh Jackman Urges Followers to Wear Sunscreen After Skin Cancer Scare The Australian actor shared a personal photo after his treatment for basal cell carcinoma. Here's what you need to know about the condition. In a recent Instagram post, Hugh Jackman opened up about his treatment for skin cancer. His message for fans:
"20.02.2017 04:30:29" webmd.com What I Wish I Had Known Before Having a Heart Attack These survivors' stories have valuable lessons you can take away for your own heart health. “I would have paid closer attention to all the warning signs.”
"20.02.2017 03:30:42" webmd.com What is Cradle Cap? What are the Treatments? When a baby has rough, scaly patches on her scalp, it's called cradle cap. Find out what may cause it and how to treat it. "Cradle cap" in babies is a condition that doctors call seborrheic eczema or seborrheic dermatitis. Learn more about what causes it and treatment:
"20.02.2017 02:30:14" webmd.com Warmer Temps Speed Infectious Disease Spread Global warming may have been at least partly responsible for the rapid spread of Zika virus, experts say. “There is a clear warming trend, and it threatens our health."
"20.02.2017 00:00:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Signs of Perimenopause Perimenopause -- when a woman's body changes from fertile to infertile -- can be hard for some women. Here's what to look for and how to manage it. How do you know when you're in perimenopause? Hot flashes aren't the only symptom:
"19.02.2017 23:02:26" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Deep Vein Thrombosis A painful, swollen leg may be one sign of a dangerous clot. WebMD's slideshow explains the symptoms, treatments, and prevention of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Anything that damages the inner lining of a vein may cause DVT -- surgery, an injury, or your immune system. More info:
"19.02.2017 21:01:13" 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. Drooping eyelids can be a symptom of myasthenia gravis, which makes your immune system attack and weaken your muscles. More info:
"19.02.2017 20:00:51" webmd.com America in 2017: Pass the Prozac, Please Toxic politics, threats of terrorism have many on edge, survey finds 59% of Americans cite the current political climate as a very or somewhat significant source of stress, a new survey says.
"19.02.2017 17:00:08" Fast Facts About Your Skin Your skin is your body's biggest and fastest-growing organ. Here's the skinny on your skin:
"19.02.2017 14:01:02" 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. Though avocados have fat, it's the good-for-you, monounsaturated fat that helps with healthy blood flow.
"19.02.2017 12:00:04" 5 Amazing Facts About Your Kidneys
"19.02.2017 12:00:01" 10 Minute Yoga
"19.02.2017 06:00:51" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Reasons You're in Pain Phones, wallets, sandals, babies, your sofa – even favorite foods - are overlooked causes of pain. Pictures illustrate these pain triggers and smarter habits to avoid the pain. If you tuck your wallet in a back pocket, it may lead to compression and irritation of the sciatic nerve day after day. Smarter habits to try instead:
"19.02.2017 05:04:34" webmd.com Quiz: Know Your Knees Is that cracking and popping normal? Know how many knees dogs have? Find out the answers to these and other questions about knees in this WebMD quiz. Did you know your knees are the largest joints in your body? Learn more:
"19.02.2017 04:01:47" Timeline Photos Every second counts when seeking treatment for a stroke. The F.A.S.T. test can help spot symptoms. http://wb.md/2lYlm0g
"19.02.2017 03:29:00" webmd.com Slideshow: Bedbugs: What's In Your Sheets? Take an informative look at what bedbugs look like in this WebMD slideshow. Learn how to spot bedbugs before they get you. The first sign of bedbugs may be itchy, red bites on the skin, usually on the arms or shoulders.
"19.02.2017 02:29:06" webmd.com The Truth About Coconut Oil Coconut oil pros and cons: Is it healthier than vegetable oil? WebMD takes a look. Coconut oil is rumored to slow aging, help your heart and thyroid, protect against certain illnesses and more-- but should you sign up for an oil change?
"19.02.2017 00:00:30" webmd.com What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Losing Weight What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Losing Weight "I haven't figured it all out, but here's what I've learned—so far."
"18.02.2017 23:00:45" 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. You don't always see the word "sugar" on a food label, because it sometimes goes by another name. What to look for:
"18.02.2017 22:01:14" 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. If you haven't hurt your finger or toe recently, little dots of blood trapped under your nail could point to an infection in the lining of your heart or valves, called endocarditis.
"18.02.2017 21:02:04" 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. Did you know chocolate milk has the ideal ratio of carbs to protein -- about 4 to 1 -- to refuel and rebuild your muscles?
"18.02.2017 20:01:17" webmd.com Sara Lee, Sargento Cheese Recalls: Listeria Fears Two companies are recalling a variety of cheeses over possible listeria contamination. RECALL ALERT: Sara Lee and Sargento cheese have been recalled over possible listeria contamination. Check your fridge for these items:
"18.02.2017 17:00:02" Looking for a lunch idea under 300 calories? Try this healthy twist on chicken salad:
"18.02.2017 16:01:21" 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 1 to 5 before the rash. What you need to know about early warning signs:
"18.02.2017 14:01:02" 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. Want to avoid getting sick this season? Here's how to fight off germs and strengthen your body's natural defenses:
"18.02.2017 12:00:02" How to Stretch for Low Back Pain Almost everyone has low back pain at one time or another. These stretches can help bring some relief:
"18.02.2017 06:03:52" webmd.com Slideshow: a Visual Guide to Understanding Fibromyalgia What is fibromyalgia? See pictures explaining symptoms, muscle pain, fatigue, tests, causes, and treatments. Women between the ages of 25 and 60 have the highest risk of developing fibromyalgia. What you need to know:
"18.02.2017 05:03:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Cancer-Fighting Foods WebMD shows you the foods and eating strategies that may help reduce your risk of developing cancer. The components in Brussels sprouts and some other veggies may help your body defend against some forms of cancer. Learn more:
"18.02.2017 04:02:32" webmd.com Quiz: Our Bodies as We Age Do you know what to expect as you age? Take this WebMD quiz to find out how your body changes and to prepare for what's ahead. Are achy joints unavoidable? Are older people more optimistic than younger ones? What to expect in your 50s, 60s, and beyond:
"18.02.2017 03:33:38" 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. Are your toes always cold? Are your nails yellow? Learn more about the health concerns these symptoms could be pointing to:
"18.02.2017 02:27:05" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Prostate Cancer WebMD's slideshow covers prostate cancer: who's at risk, symptoms, tests, staging, treatments, survival, and foods that may help lower your risk for prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men after skin cancer. Learn the symptoms and what foods may help you stay healthy:
"18.02.2017 01:29:31" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Gallbladder? 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? The gallbladder is connected to your liver and intestines. Learn more about its job inside your body:
"18.02.2017 00:00:35" 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. Turmeric does a lot more than add flavor. It can help treat inflammation and pain from arthritis and bursitis.
"17.02.2017 23:00:27" webmd.com Norovirus Closes Schools, Spreads Misery Norovirus and other stomach viruses have been closing schools and causing misery this winter. In December 2016, 175 suspected or confirmed norovirus outbreaks were reported -- compared to 72 in December 2015.
"17.02.2017 22:00:35" webmd.com Possible Drawback to Gluten-Free: Toxic Metals Higher levels of arsenic, mercury found in people who follow this eating plan, study finds Those who ate gluten-free diets had nearly twice the levels of arsenic in their urine, and 70% higher levels of mercury in their blood, according to a new study.
"17.02.2017 21:00:39" webmd.com Slideshow: What's in Your Water? Water: You drink it, bathe in it, and cook with it. So shouldn't you know what's in it? More than 2 billion people worldwide drink water that has pesticides, sewage, lead, and other dangers in it. How to tell what's in your water:
"17.02.2017 20:00:09" webmd.com Is Surgery Always Needed for Kids' Appendicitis? Review found many with inflamed appendix were fine with antibiotics alone, but more research needed Surgery has long been the primary treatment for appendicitis, but take a look at what new research suggests:
"17.02.2017 18:31:32" Dr. Juan Rivera WebMD and I joined forces for a very special project #MyAbuelitaSays . We want to hear from you! Go on WebMD's Facebook or Twitter pages and tell us about the home remedies your abuelita passed on to you.
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"17.02.2017 18:00:42" webmd.com Slideshow: Nasal Irrigation: Relief for Colds & Allergy Symptoms Clogged sinuses and congestion bothering you? Nasal irrigation can relieve sinus symptoms associated with colds and allergies. Learn how to do nasal irrigation with this visual guide. The FDA warns that improper use of neti pots may lead to brain-eating amoebas, recommends only using distilled, sterile, or previously boiled water.
"17.02.2017 17:00:31" How to Ease Text Neck Leaning your head to text puts 60 pounds of pressure on your neck -- here's how to get relief.
"17.02.2017 16:10:29" webmd.com Flu Vaccine a Good Match for Viruses This Year Overall, it has been 48 percent effective, but more severe H3N2 strain a factor in reduced coverage According to the CDC, this year's flu vaccine has reduced risk of infection by 48% in a moderately severe flu season.
"17.02.2017 14:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Things That Slow Your Metabolism Not burning off calories like you used to? Here are some surprising things that could be dragging the process down. Could some of your habits -- like setting the thermostat too high or not eating enough “good” carbs -- be causing your metabolism to drag? Learn more:
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"17.02.2017 12:00:00" 1-Minute Workout
"17.02.2017 06:01:38" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Endometriosis Pain, abnormal periods, and infertility are symptoms of endometriosis. WebMD's pictures and illustrations show the causes, tests, and treatments for the condition. Endometriosis is a painful disease that affects more than 5 million American women, many of whom are in their 30s and 40s. What you need to know:
"17.02.2017 05:16:30" 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. Most polyps are harmless, but some can turn into colorectal cancer if not removed early. What you need to know:
"17.02.2017 04:11:39" 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. Can working out with weights help you slim down? Should you do your strength training or cardio first? Find out how much you know about the best exercise for your body:
"17.02.2017 03:33:50" webmd.com ACL Injury: What to Know Certain types of sports injuries can cause your ACL to stretch or tear. Find out how it happens and how it's treated. One of the most common ways people hurt their knees is by injuring their ACL. What you need to know about symptoms and treatment options:
"17.02.2017 02:31:16" webmd.com 8 'Health' Foods That Aren't Healthy Don't be fooled by the health halo that hangs over seemingly good-for-you foods. Many of them are anything but. Some "nutrition" bars are so filled with sugar that you may as well be eating a candy bar. Opt for one low in added sugar instead.
"17.02.2017 01:26:09" webmd.com INFOGRAPHIC: Carb Counting for Diabetes Made Easy For people with diabetes, carb counting is an important way to make sure your blood glucose levels stay in your target range. To help you stay on track, here are 15 common foods that contain around 15 grams of carbs:
"16.02.2017 23:00:35" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Processed Meat Processed meat: It's not all in tubes, cans, or plastic packaging. Find out what you need to know about it. Processed meat may be tasty, but it's been linked to increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain kinds of cancer. What you should know:
"16.02.2017 22:05:06" webmd.com Warmer Temps Speed Infectious Disease Spread Global warming may have been at least partly responsible for the rapid spread of Zika virus, experts say. “As the climate changes, so will the infectious diseases that we confront. More outbreaks like Ebola and Zika. More pandemics like the bird flu."
"16.02.2017 21:29:29" 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. Some risk factors for colorectal cancer, like age and family history, you can't control -- but there some key factors you can. What to know:
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"16.02.2017 19:04:12" webmd.com Vitamin D Tied to Lower Risk of Colds, Infections But medical experts can't agree if recommending supplements or food fortification would be helpful Could taking vitamin D supplements lower your risk for catching a cold? What one new study claims:
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"16.02.2017 17:01:20" If you like spinach-cheese pie, try these simple but elegant-looking little spinach cakes.
"16.02.2017 15:56:22" blogs.fda.gov FDA Drug Trials Snapshots and Diversity When Testing New Drugs | FDA Voice How many women participate in clinical trials? Download U.S. Food and Drug Administration report shedding light:
"16.02.2017 15:27:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Sudden Health Problems After 50 After you hit 50, those aches and pains can suddenly turn serious. Here are a few things to watch out for in middle age. Aches and pains you didn't worry about in your 20s and 30s can be signs of something serious in middle age. What you need to know:
"16.02.2017 14:01:10" 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. Why does the scent of garlic linger on your breath? What you need to know:
"16.02.2017 12:01:16" It's a myth that carbs are your enemy. How to separate fact from fiction when it comes to weight loss:
"16.02.2017 06:03:44" 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. Can drinking a cup a day of tea help reduce your risk of cancer or help control your blood sugar? Test your knowledge now:
"16.02.2017 05:03:12" webmd.com Slideshow: 9 Ways to Eat Clean The basic idea of clean eating is to choose foods that are as close to their natural form as possible. Clean eating means choosing foods that are as natural as possible. Here's how to make it work for you:
"16.02.2017 04:02:09" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriasis puts you at risk for psoriatic arthritis. WebMD shows you who gets this painful joint disease, the symptoms, and how it's treated. One form of psoriatic arthritis can inflame the joints in and near your spine. It's called spondylitis, and it causes back and neck pain.
"16.02.2017 03:28:50" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Food Swaps for Heart-Wise Dining Cream cheese, sausage, even muffins can be heart-healthy. See what to buy and how to cook in this WebMD slideshow. Swap out a glass of orange juice for the real deal. One large orange has more than 6 times the heart-healthy fiber.
"16.02.2017 02:30:25" 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. The same omega-3 fats that are good for your heart can help lower your triglycerides, too.
"16.02.2017 01:31:03" webmd.com Brain Disease Uncovered in Former Soccer Players Autopsies show evidence of CTE, the degenerative condition linked to repetitive head trauma For the first time, researchers have confirmed evidence of the devastating brain disease in retired soccer players.
"16.02.2017 00:01:17" webmd.com How to Foam Roll Like a Pro How to Foam Roll Like a Pro Used pre-workout or simply to start your day, a foam roller can ease sore muscles and help prevent injury.
"15.02.2017 23:00:33" webmd.com Experimental Test Can Spot Autism in Infancy Researchers report brain scans plus computer algorithm show which high-risk babies might develop the disorder The researchers found that they could forecast autism risk with 90 percent accuracy.
"15.02.2017 21:49:02" webmd.com Quiz: What's That Pain in Your Behind? When a pain in the behind becomes a real thing, several things could be behind it. Take this quiz and find out how much you know about them. Everything from back problems to ingrown hairs can lead to discomfort. Learn the most common causes, plus what to do if you're having symptoms.
"15.02.2017 20:05:44" webmd.com Slideshow: RA Home Remedies -- Busted! People try all sorts of things to relieve rheumatoid arthritis pain. We debunk some of the common ones and let you know what needs more testing. Looking for joint pain relief? Beware these home remedies.
"15.02.2017 17:02:37" WebMD: ADHD Community Have questions about ADHD? Our experts are LIVE and taking your questions: WebMD's Hansa Bhargava, MD, Dr. Donald Bearden, Neuropsychologist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, and Dr. Mary MacPherson, Elementary School Principal at St. Martin's We're LIVE taking your questions on the WebMD: ADHD Community page -- join us now.
"15.02.2017 15:47:43" U.S. Food and Drug Administration Did you know that some drugs affect men and women differently? For instance, women are often prescribed only half the dose that men take of the sleep medication Ambien. Race and ethnicity also make a difference. One type of drug commonly used to treat A closer look into the demographics behind clinical drug trials:
"15.02.2017 15:00:08" 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. Join us on our WebMD: ADHD Community page for a Facebook LIVE, today at 12pmET, we'll be taking your ADHD questions live! Post your questions below.
"15.02.2017 14:01:16" webmd.com What I Wish I Had Known Before Having a Heart Attack These survivors' stories have valuable lessons you can take away for your own heart health. Heart attacks can strike when you least expect. We asked you what you wished you'd known before having one -- here's what you told us:
"15.02.2017 12:00:00" Start today with a protein-packed breakfast-- it's easier than you may think!
"15.02.2017 06:03:23" webmd.com Slideshow: Faces of Schizophrenia You May Know Find out if you recognize these familiar faces who have schizophrenia. Movie star Veronica Lake was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a child -- her parents thought acting would help control the condition.
"15.02.2017 05:03:13" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Vitamin C You need vitamin C to make key hormones that carry signals from your brain all over your body. Learn more:
"15.02.2017 04:02:40" webmd.com Slideshow: What Your Skin Says About Your Health Many underlying health conditions -- some very serious -- first appear as skin problems. What you need to know:
"15.02.2017 03:28:23" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Heart Disease WebMD's visual overview of heart disease, including symptoms to watch for, diagnostic tests, treatments, and prevention strategies. Most people picture a heart attack when heart disease is mentioned-- but the term covers several conditions. Learn the warning signs of each and how to react:
"15.02.2017 02:30:36" webmd.com Drug-Free Low Back Pain Options Recommended First Recommendations state opioid painkillers should be last resort for long-lasting pain Another change from the new guidelines: When medication is needed, acetaminophen (Tylenol) is no longer recommended.
"15.02.2017 01:30:38" webmd.com Slideshow: Tips for Healthier Eyes How's your vision? WebMD shows you how to take care of your eyes with these eye tips so you can avoid vision problems and enjoy good eye health. Staring at a screen all day won't hurt your eyes -- but it can make them feel tired and dry. Follow the 20/20/20 rule for some relief:
"15.02.2017 00:00:55" webmd.com Quiz: Get the Basics on Blood You need it to stay alive, but how much do you really know about your blood? Take this WebMD quiz to learn more When a Japanese matchmaker asks, “What's your type?” she may not mean tall, dark, and handsome, but A, B, O, or AB. Here's why:
"14.02.2017 22:47:38" WebMD: ADHD Community Have questions about how to parent your child with ADHD? Join us on Wednesday at 12pmET for Facebook Live, with our doctor taking your questions about ADHD. Share your questions in the comments. Join us LIVE Wednesday at 12pmET on WebMD: ADHD Community as our doctor takes your questions about ADHD. Post your questions in the comments below.
"14.02.2017 21:40:13" webmd.com Hugh Jackman Urges Followers to Wear Sunscreen After Skin Cancer Scare The Australian actor shared a personal photo after his treatment for basal cell carcinoma. Here's what you need to know about the condition. Hugh Jackman opened up about his latest treatment for basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer. Our doctor weighs in:
"14.02.2017 21:00:59" webmd.com Organ Donation Facts WebMD weighs the pros and cons of donating an organ. At this moment, more than 123,000 people in the US are waiting for an organ. Here are the facts about becoming a donor. #NationalDonorDay
"14.02.2017 19:30:00" The Truth About Protein Bars
"14.02.2017 18:30:22" webmd.com Slideshow: Foods To Help Lower LDL ('Bad') Cholesterol When you're working on lowering your LDL ("bad") cholesterol, what you eat matters. WebMD shows you foods that can help. Artery-damaging LDL cholesterol can lead to heart disease -- but you can get it under control without sacrificing flavor:
"14.02.2017 17:00:52" 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. Losing a loved one can be emotionally devastating — and take a physical toll on your health. What to know about broken heart syndrome:
"14.02.2017 16:11:35" 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. A simple way to slim down: Add fiber. Oatmeal's a good source, and topping it with walnuts adds another 2 grams, plus protein and a satisfying crunch.
"14.02.2017 15:17:07" webmd.com Chocolate Quiz: Check Your Chocoholic IQ From candy bars to chocolate bunnies, what do you know about chocolate? WebMD tests your chocolatey knowledge with this sweet quiz. Chocolate was believed to be so powerful that at one time French doctors supposedly used it to heal broken hearts.
"14.02.2017 14:50:01" U.S. Food and Drug Administration Did you know that some drugs affect men and women differently? For instance, women are often prescribed only half the dose that men take of the sleep medication Ambien. Race and ethnicity also make a difference. One type of drug commonly used to treat How diverse are trials for new drugs? New FDA report sheds some light:
"14.02.2017 14:02:04" webmd.com Slideshow: 25 Super Snacks With 100 Calories or Less Ice cream and quesadillas top a tasty photo gallery of diet snacks from WebMD. They're quicker, cheaper, and less processed than many 100-calorie snack packs. Snacking doesn't have to be a high-calorie affair -- or boring.
"14.02.2017 12:00:00" Happy Valentine's Day! ❤️️ Here's what falling in love does to your body:
"14.02.2017 06:03:44" 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. When lupus begins, it can look a lot like rheumatoid arthritis or fibromyalgia. What you need to know:
"14.02.2017 05:03:39" 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. Sweet cherries, sour cherries, dried cherries, and cherry juice -- they're all good for your heart.
"14.02.2017 04:01:20" webmd.com Slideshow: What Is Inflammation? WebMD explains what inflammation is and how it affects your body. In some conditions, you feel heat, pain, redness, and swelling. But in other cases -- like heart disease, Alzheimer's, and diabetes -- inflammation is not so obvious. What you need to know:
"14.02.2017 03:31:24" 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. True or false: Digestion happens mostly in the stomach.
"14.02.2017 02:29:05" webmd.com Headache Quiz: Migraine Myths, Facts & Treatment Have a headache? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about migraines and how you can ease the pain with migraine treatment. Some people can feel an oncoming migraine a day or 2 before it starts. Other warning symptoms include:
"14.02.2017 01:25:17" webmd.com Low Back Pain? Relax, Breathe and Try Yoga Review of 12 studies found small improvements in pain levels, function after 3 to 6 months For millions of people, chronic back pain affects their sleep, and their ability to do daily tasks and exercise.
"14.02.2017 00:00:43" Timeline Photos If someone is showing these signs of a stroke, call 911 right away and take note of the time. Learn more: http://wb.md/2kkeyha
"13.02.2017 23:01:30" Have twins or know someone who does? We want to know what parents wish they had known before raising twins. Share your advice or words of wisdom below, and your response could appear on WebMD.com!
"13.02.2017 22:04:02" WebMD: ADHD Community Think your child may have ADHD? Think you might? Join us on Wednesday at 12pmET for Facebook Live, with our doctor taking your questions about ADHD. Share your questions in the comments.
"13.02.2017 21:36:17" U.S. Food and Drug Administration Did you know that some drugs affect men and women differently? For instance, women are often prescribed only half the dose that men take of the sleep medication Ambien. Race and ethnicity also make a difference. One type of drug commonly used to treat
"13.02.2017 21:00:09" webmd.com Pop! Goes That Balloon, and Maybe Your Hearing Study found noise can exceed safe levels and perhaps damage inner ear The noise made by a ruptured balloon is 168 decibels -- louder than a 12-gauge shotgun.
"13.02.2017 20:00:10" webmd.com Sara Lee, Sargento Cheese Recalls: Listeria Fears Two companies are recalling a variety of cheeses over possible listeria contamination. RECALL ALERT: Sara Lee and Sargento cheese recalled over listeria concerns-- find out more:
"13.02.2017 18:31:31" webmd.com Could Fermented Foods Boost Your Health? Some research says bacteria in fermented foods may promote gut health and help prevent heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Should you eat these foods? What you should know before you add fermented foods to your diet:
"13.02.2017 17:00:01" The Basics: Kombucha There are a lot of health claims about kombucha, but don't drink it if you're pregnant or have a weak immune system.
"13.02.2017 16:11:53" 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. What you need to know:
"13.02.2017 15:00:30" webmd.com Quiz: How Does Your Body Talk to Your Brain? Do you know how your body talks to your brain? Find out with this quiz. Your brain is always “talking” to the rest of your body. Messages go through your spinal cord to your arms, legs, and all your other body parts and organs.
"13.02.2017 14:00:41" webmd.com Slideshow: Control Your Blood Sugars Do you think your blood sugars are out of control? WebMD shows you the signs that you should look for. Signs that your blood sugar is out of control include fatigue, dizziness, and numbness or tingling. What you should know:
"13.02.2017 12:00:01" How to Check Your Heart Rate Checking your own heart rate is as simple as placing two fingers on your wrist.
"13.02.2017 06:03:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Dry Eyes and What You Can Do About Them Check out these things that make your eyes irritated and uncomfortable, and find out how to treat and prevent them. Dry eyes can sometimes be a symptom of autoimmune diseases like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. What to look for:
"13.02.2017 05:02:21" webmd.com Slideshow: 9 Body Parts You Can Damage by Smoking Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Here's how it damages different parts of your body. Smokers are more likely to get rheumatoid arthritis, and the medications to treat it don't work as well on smokers.
"13.02.2017 04:02:16" webmd.com Slideshow: Can You Cut Your Risk of Cancer? About a third of all cases of cancer can be prevented. Find out how to lower your chances of getting it. About 1 in 3 cancer cases can be prevented. Here are 12 things you can do to cut your risk:
"13.02.2017 03:33:20" 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. Signs of diverticulitis include abdominal bloating, pain, and tenderness, typically in the lower left abdomen.
"13.02.2017 02:30:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Do These Foods Cause Migraines? Many people say chocolate, wine, and coffee -- among other things -- trigger their migraine headaches. Let's investigate. A lot of people think chocolate causes migraines -- but could it actually help prevent them?
"13.02.2017 00:01:11" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Ways to Outsmart Father Time We all get older, but you can do a few things to help you look and feel younger. 8 simple ways to turn back the clock -- or at least feel like you did.
"12.02.2017 23:00:22" webmd.com Slideshow: New Trends in Psoriasis Research If you or someone you know has psoriasis, you'll want to know about this latest research. Here's everything doctors know -- and would like to know -- about causes, complications, and possible new treatments. Turmeric is one natural psoriasis remedy that actually has scientific research to support it -- here's why:
"12.02.2017 22:00:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Bad Habits That Can Hurt Your Brain Some things that seem fairly harmless can be bad for your brain. Click through to find out if you do any of them. Want to keep your brain healthier longer? Cut out these 8 bad habits.
"12.02.2017 21:01:23" 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. Boiling potatoes makes them form something called "resistant starch" -- a special fiber that may help you lose weight.
"12.02.2017 20:01:18" webmd.com Prediabetes: You Can Turn It Around Prediabetes can be a wake-up call. Click through to find out what you can do if you have it. Losing just 7% of your body weight can make a huge difference in cutting your diabetes risk.
"12.02.2017 17:00:00" How to Treat a Minor Sprain
"12.02.2017 16:01:16" webmd.com First-Born Children More Intelligent: Study It could be because they get extra parental attention in early life, research suggests A new study says older siblings are smartest. Tag your sibling and tell us if you agree or disagree!
"12.02.2017 14:01:26" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Picks for Your Perfect Smoothie The perfect smoothie can satisfy that sweet tooth without a lot of calories -- and with a bunch of nutrients. Here are some cool ideas for your next one. Add crunchy peanut butter to your smoothie for texture and flavor -- it's also a great source of protein and potassium.
"12.02.2017 13:00:24" webmd.com How This Couple Lost 300 Pounds Together in a Year See this duo's amazing transformation after supporting each other in their journey to better health. “We knew we wanted to be able to have children one day and live a long life together, which wouldn't be possible if we didn't change.”
"12.02.2017 12:00:01" How to Massage Your Muscles with a Foam Roller Who needs a fancy massage parlor? Loosen up tight muscles with a foam roller in your own home.
"12.02.2017 06:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Cervical Cancer WebMD's slideshow explains the symptoms, causes, treatments, and survival rates for cervical cancer. A close link to the HPV virus offers a way to prevent many cases. Cervical cancer can often be successfully treated when it's found early. Learn more:
"12.02.2017 05:03:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Sleep Apnea Myths Is it just snoring, or is it something more serious? WebMD sets the record straight on some myths and facts surrounding sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can affect anyone at any age, even children. Learn more:
"12.02.2017 04:01:55" 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. What you need to know:
"12.02.2017 03:30:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Scabies Symptoms, Cause, and Treatments See scabies skin rashes, symptoms (night itching), treatments, and home care in this WebMD slideshow. Pictures show the itch mite, how it spreads, who gets scabies, and how to get rid of it. When a person is infested with scabies for the first time, it can take 4-6 weeks for the skin to react.
"12.02.2017 01:27:04" 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. Make sure you have plenty of water before, during and after a work out. How much? Use the following guidelines:
"12.02.2017 00:01:09" 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. How can you tell if it's a common sore throat or something else? Here are a few signs to look for on your own:
"11.02.2017 23:01:23" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Need to Know About Crohn's Disease Learn more from WebMD about this form of inflammatory bowel disease. What causes it, who gets it, how is it treated, and how can you live with it? Crohn's mostly affects the small intestine and the beginning of the large intestine, but it also can show up in any part of the digestive tract.
"11.02.2017 22:00:59" webmd.com Slideshow: Fibromyalgia Exercises to Do at Home Fibromyalgia leaves you tired and achy, but regular exercise can help reduce your fatigue and pain. WebMD shows you exercises you can do from your home. Start by walking as little as 5 minutes a day and add 30 seconds or a minute each day if you can.
"11.02.2017 21:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Spider and Varicose Veins: What Causes Them? What Can You Do? WebMD's visual guide to understanding the causes of spider veins and varicose veins, and how to prevent and treat them -- including before-and-after treatment images. Spider veins and varicose veins occur in up to 60% of adults. Learn how to prevent and treat them:
"11.02.2017 20:01:15" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriatic Arthritis: Tips to Fight Fatigue Psoriatic arthritis can wear you out. Learn how to beat the fatigue. Fatigue is also a symptom of depression, which is more common among people who have chronic diseases like psoriatic arthritis. How you can break the cycle:
"11.02.2017 17:00:10" Did you know smokers are up to 40% more likely to get type 2 diabetes?
"11.02.2017 16:01:30" pets.webmd.com Slideshow: Skin Problems in Dogs Learn to recognize common skin conditions in dogs in this WebMD slideshow. See pictures of mange, ringworm, yeast infection, anal sac disease, seborrhea, allergic reaction, and more. If your pup can't seem to stop scratching an ear or licking her toes, ask your vet to check for a yeast infection.
"11.02.2017 14:01:03" 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. More info:
"11.02.2017 12:00:00" Need a little low-cal lunch inspiration? Try this basil quinoa with red bell pepper recipe:
"11.02.2017 06:00:49" webmd.com Slideshow: What You Should Know About Heart Failure Heart failure is a serious condition, but you can lead a fulfilling life with it. Learn the symptoms, treatments, and more. Your body can compensate for heart failure for a while, but eventually you'll need to get it treated. What to know:
"11.02.2017 05:02:44" webmd.com Drinking Peroxide “Cleanse” Leads to Blood Clots So-called 'super water' carries big risks, doctors warn Drinking hydrogen peroxide as a “natural cure or remedy” can be life-threatening, according to health experts.
"11.02.2017 04:01:41" webmd.com What Are the Symptoms of Food Poisoning? When you have food poisoning, you will likely have diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. Learn more about the other symptoms of this widespread problem. Food poisoning symptoms can range from cramping and bloating to slurred speech and blurred vision. What to watch for:
"11.02.2017 03:25:42" webmd.com Lyme Disease Slideshow: Symptoms, Causes & 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 Lyme disease is an infection that is transmitted through the bite of a tick infected with a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi.
"11.02.2017 02:29:07" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Schizophrenia Hearing voices is one of the many symptoms of schizophrenia, a mental illness explained in WebMD's slideshow. Brain scans may eventually help scientists explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments for the disease. There are no lab tests to find schizophrenia, so doctors often base a diagnosis on a person's history and symptoms.
"11.02.2017 01:34:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Scalp Psoriasis Symptoms, Home Remedies, and Medications to Stop Itch, Scaling, and Pain At least half the people with psoriasis have it on their scalp. What you need to know:
"11.02.2017 00:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Breast Cancer Symptoms, Lumps, Tests, and Treatments Learn about the breast cancer experience, from symptoms and tests to treatments, recovery, and prevention. Pictures show breast structure and tumors. Breast cancer often has no symptoms, but you may notice something you want the doctor to check. Keep an eye out for:
"10.02.2017 23:00:53" webmd.com Quiz: Salt in Food, Sodium, Blood Pressure, and Your Health Want the facts about the salt in your food and how it affects your health? Take this WebMD quiz. True or false: Sea salt is a good low-sodium alternative to table salt.
"10.02.2017 21:00:21" 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. Most dried fruits are loaded with fiber, and a handful can make a healthy snack.
"10.02.2017 20:20:54" webmd.com Senate Confirms Rep. Tom Price as Health Secretary Surgeon from Atlanta is outspoken critic of Affordable Care Act Tom Price, confirmed Friday as U.S. Health Secretary, will oversee the planned dismantling of the Affordable Care Act -- also known as Obamacare.
"10.02.2017 19:00:48" webmd.com Palm Oil: The New Fat Under Fire As trans fats disappear or decline in foods, scientists shift attention to palm oil, citing both health and environmental concerns. It's in foods like margarine, Nutella, and peanut butter -- and experts are saying it may cause cancer.
"10.02.2017 18:31:15" 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. What you need to know:
"10.02.2017 17:00:00" How to Stop a Nosebleed Nosebleeds can be pretty common. Here's what to do -- and when to get help:
"10.02.2017 16:04:46" webmd.com Multiple Myeloma: Your Questions Answered Learn the basics of multiple myeloma: causes, symptoms and treatment. Like many cancers, multiple myeloma has no known cause -- but there are some things that can raise your chances.
"10.02.2017 15:03:44" webmd.com Slideshow: Gross Things in Your House Your house is full of bacteria -- some of them in surprising places. Click through to find out where. Do you know what item in your home has more germs than the toilet handle or the bathroom door knob?
"10.02.2017 14:01:45" webmd.com Slideshow: Practical Morning Tips for RA Here are some easy ways to get moving in the morning when you have rheumatoid arthritis:
"10.02.2017 12:01:11" Protein bars are easy to grab when you're on the go, but are they a healthy choice for you?
"10.02.2017 12:00:05" Are protein bars a healthy choice for you? What to know:
"10.02.2017 08:00:19" 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. Problems converting vitamin D from food or sunshine can set you up for a deficiency. Factors that increase your risk include:
"10.02.2017 06:02:02" 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. It may feel good at the time, but soaking your feet for long periods can lead to dry, cracked skin that can cause pain, sores, and even infection.
"10.02.2017 05:01:12" webmd.com Skimp on Sleep and You Just May Wind Up Sick Study of twins showed when someone is sleep-deprived, immune system weakens "Sleep is as important as diet and exercise to optimal health," a new study says.
"10.02.2017 04:01:39" 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. Heart attack symptoms can look and feel different for men and women. What you need to know:
"10.02.2017 03:33:29" webmd.com How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Gas ovens, grills, cars and other machines that burn fuel can release the fumes if they're broken or used the wrong way. Learn how to stay safe and prevent poisoning. Many people die every year from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. How to reduce your risk:
"10.02.2017 02:31:14" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriasis photos, triggers that cause itchy, painful skin WebMD shows 10 pictures of psoriasis triggers. See what to avoid for natural relief from this dry, itchy, painful skin rash. Stress can make psoriasis worse, but psoriasis can also stress you out. Some tips on breaking the cycle:
"10.02.2017 01:30:47" webmd.com E-Cigs Cut Smokers' Levels of Toxic Chemicals E-Cigarette smokers reduce their levels of toxic chemicals and carcinogens compared to regular smokers. Study: E-cigarette users have dramatically lower levels of cancer-causing agents than those who smoke cigarettes alone.
"10.02.2017 00:00:44" webmd.com How This Couple Lost 300 Pounds Together in a Year See this duo's amazing transformation after supporting each other in their journey to better health. This couple lost 300 pounds in one year. Here's their inspiring story:
"09.02.2017 23:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Great Side Dishes A great side dish can be the difference between a meal that goes unnoticed and one that wows. Try these side dishes to spice up your next family meal. This cheesy potato recipe puts a new twist on an old favorite -- and gets you more veggies to boot.
"09.02.2017 21:30:01" How to Clean Your CPAP
"09.02.2017 20:16:34" webmd.com First-Born Children More Intelligent: Study It could be because they get extra parental attention in early life, research suggests Tag your sibling and tell us your thoughts.
"09.02.2017 19:08:40" webmd.com A Plug Instead of a Snip for Male Birth Control? Monkey study shows injected gel may one day be alternative to traditional vasectomy In the future, could a gel plug replace vasectomies as male birth control?
"09.02.2017 18:01:47" webmd.com Slideshow: 16 Tips to Lower Cholesterol and Prevent Heart Disease Is your "bad" (LDL) level too high? These 15 simple tips from WebMD can help you bring it back down. Even “healthy” choices at restaurants may come in supersized portions or have a lot of saturated fat. Tips to help you stay on track:
"09.02.2017 17:02:15" webmd.com 1 in 3 Believe Obamacare, ACA Different: Survey 1 in 3 Believe Obamacare, ACA Different: Survey 35% of respondents said they thought Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act were different policies or weren't sure.
"09.02.2017 16:11:15" webmd.com Slideshow: What's a Ketogenic Diet? These are low-carb diets -- the basic idea is to get most of your calories from protein and fat. There are some benefits, but you should be careful with them, especially if you have certain medical issues. People use a ketogenic diet most often to lose weight, but it can help manage certain medical conditions, like epilepsy, too. Here's what you need to know:
"09.02.2017 14:00:37" 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. Can you get clearer skin just by sleeping more? Studies link lack of sleep with increased acne:
"09.02.2017 12:01:00" Incredible. Did you know you have 19 million skin cells? Learn more about your body's biggest and fastest growing organ:
"09.02.2017 06:02:16" webmd.com Is Your Child Protected From Anaphylaxis? Does your child have dangerous allergies? Take this quiz to see if you're protecting your child from anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is a serious, whole-body allergic reaction that usually comes on fast. Help your little one know her triggers:
"09.02.2017 05:35:06" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lupus Lupus symptoms, skin rashes, joint pain, causes, diagnosis, and treatments are explained with pictures in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors. Lupus can cause your nails to crack or fall off. They may be discolored with blue or reddish spots at the base. More info:
"09.02.2017 04:33:07" 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. There is no single test to check for IBS. What you need to know:
"09.02.2017 03:31:16" 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 after 40 can be hard. Here's a few simple steps that may help you slim down:
"09.02.2017 02:30:37" webmd.com SCAD: The Heart Attack That's Striking Young Women SCAD: The Heart Attack That's Striking Young Women SCAD is responsible for 40% of heart attacks in women under the age of 50. What you need to know:
"09.02.2017 02:01:01" webmd.com Slideshow: RA Home Remedies -- Busted! People try all sorts of things to relieve rheumatoid arthritis pain. We debunk some of the common ones and let you know what needs more testing. Although apple cider vinegar will work on a jellyfish sting, there's no evidence it will ease your rheumatoid arthritis pain.
"09.02.2017 00:01:25" webmd.com Slideshow: What Caused Your Cough? You have an annoying cough, and you're not sure why. Many things can be behind it. Find out about some of those here. Most of the time a cough is nothing serious, but some signs can tell you when you should be more concerned. What you need to know:
"08.02.2017 23:01:18" webmd.com Slideshow: What Causes Sensitive Teeth? What's triggering your sensitive teeth -- and what can you do about it right now? If you swig mouthwash throughout the day, you may be setting yourself up for a sore mouth. Here's why:
"08.02.2017 22:00:36" webmd.com New Clues on Why Autism Is More Common in Males Women with the disorder appear more likely to have brain anatomy that's typically seen in men, study says Autism is 2 to 5 times more common in men than women -- a new study suggests this may be the reason why.
"08.02.2017 21:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Do These Foods Cause Migraines? Many people say chocolate, wine, and coffee -- among other things -- trigger their migraine headaches. Let's investigate. Sharp cheddar and aged brie are likely to have high levels of tyramine, a substance linked to migraines.
"08.02.2017 20:00:59" webmd.com Counting Calories? Consider the Cream and Sugar Most calories in coffee and tea come from what's added, researchers say While the daily intake of extra calories may seem small, it can add up to extra pounds, a new study warns.
"08.02.2017 16:59:25" The Doctor is LIVE: Diet, Diabetes, and Weight Loss The doctor is LIVE and tackling your questions on diet, diabetes and how to lose weight the right way. Dr. Bruni Nazario (Associate Medical Director at WebMD) answers your questions.
"08.02.2017 16:00:22" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Low Back Pain WebMD's low back pain slideshow explains the most common causes of low back pain and what you can do to help alleviate it. Several chronic conditions can lead to low back pain, including spinal stenosis, spondylitis and fibromyalgia. Here's what you need to know:
"08.02.2017 15:01:26" 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. You. Can. Do. This. We believe in you! Join us today at 12pET for a Facebook Live with Dr. Bruni Nazario. She'll be talking healthy weight loss, diabetes and more. Share your questions below.
"08.02.2017 14:01:02" 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. If you have poorly controlled or high blood sugar, your risk increases for dry mouth, gum disease, tooth loss, and fungal infections like thrush.
"08.02.2017 12:00:01" The Basics: Appendix
"08.02.2017 06:03:30" 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. Atrial fibrillation is a condition that disrupts your heartbeat. What you need to know:
"08.02.2017 05:03:10" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Things That Slow Your Metabolism Not burning off calories like you used to? Here are some surprising things that could be dragging the process down. Calcium is a key nutrient for a swift metabolism-- are you getting enough of it?
"08.02.2017 04:02:10" 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. Too much sugar isn't just bad for your teeth. It can harm your liver, too.
"08.02.2017 03:35:47" webmd.com Slideshow: Boils and the Skin Pictures show different types of boils, as well as the symptoms, causes, and treatments for these painful skin infections. Most boils are caused by staph bacteria, which many healthy people carry on their skin or in their noses without a problem.
"08.02.2017 02:30:34" 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. Even mild exercise releases endorphins, which help lift mood and block pain.
"08.02.2017 01:23:07" webmd.com For Millions, Everyday Life Takes Toll on Hearing Contrary to popular opinion, work-related noise not the main culprit, CDC reports One in 4 adults who believes their hearing is good actually has hearing damage, the CDC reports.
"08.02.2017 00:01:18" webmd.com Slideshow: What Conditions Cause Back Pain? Many things can make your back hurt. Find out more about a few of them, including what you can do about them. A spinal infection is a serious (but rare) condition that happens when bacteria, a virus, or fungus infects the fluid around your spine or the bones or soft tissues that make up your spinal column.
"07.02.2017 23:02:36" webmd.com Fatigue Quiz: Understanding Acute Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and More Take this WebMD Quiz to test your knowledge of dealing with chronic fatigue and acute: What's Normal, When to Get Help, treatments and solutions, other conditions that may cause fatigue and more. Because fatigue is a common feature of everyday life but also a common symptom of so many different medical conditions, it can be difficult for doctors to properly assess and treat. Learn more:
"07.02.2017 22:00:55" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Diet Tips Ever -- 22 Ways to Stay on Track WebMD shows you how everything from eating right to sleeping more can help with healthy weight loss. Want to lose weight the smart way? Join us tomorrow at 12pET for a Facebook Live with Dr. Bruni Nazario. She will be sharing her best tips and taking YOUR questions on healthy living and weight loss. What would you like to ask the doctor?
"07.02.2017 21:00:01" How to Cook Spaghetti Squash
"07.02.2017 20:01:38" webmd.com Think You're Allergic to Penicillin? Check Again Some people outgrow their allergy and others may have been misdiagnosed, doctor explains According to researchers, 90% of people who said they were allergic to penicillin didn't have a reaction during an allergy test.
"07.02.2017 18:32:34" webmd.com Slideshow: Cholesterol 101 -- What Your Levels Mean WebMD explains the alphabet soup of cholesterol testing: LDL, HDL, good, bad, and triglycerides. Pictures show tests, treatments, and critical foods from eggs to avocados. High cholesterol does not cause any symptoms, but it does cause damage deep within the body. What you need to know:
"07.02.2017 17:01:19" 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. Garlic appears to have some ability to boost the immune system and give you slight relief from congestion.
"07.02.2017 16:06:37" webmd.com The Shame of 'Fat Shaming' Those affected by weight bias more likely to have heart disease risk factors, study suggests The more devalued people felt when stigmatized, the more likely they were to have health problems that could lead to heart disease, according to a new study.
"07.02.2017 15:01:27" webmd.com How to Do the Perfect Forward Lunge How to Do the Perfect Forward Lunge Lunges are a great beginner move that can help you develop lower-body strength. Master the move by following a personal trainer's tips:
"07.02.2017 13:28:01" pets.webmd.com 'Hunk of Beef' Dog Food Recalled Five dogs became ill and one died after eating the food, officials say RECALL ALERT: Evanger's Hunk of Beef dog food has been recalled due to possible pentobarbital contamination. Details:
"07.02.2017 12:00:06" 5 Amazing Facts About Your Kidneys Your kidneys' number 1 job: Clean, clean, clean. Here's a fascinating look at how they do it:
"07.02.2017 07:00:09" webmd.com What Is Thyroid Cancer? If it's caught early and treated, thyroid cancer can be one of the most curable forms of cancer. If it's caught early, thyroid cancer is one of the most treatable forms of cancer. Learn more:
"07.02.2017 07:00:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Bad Foods that Help You Lose Weight WebMD reveals which tempting foods can actually help you lose weight and keep it off. When it comes to healthy eating, few foods have sparked as much debate as eggs.
"07.02.2017 06:03:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression Does your depression make you hurt? WebMD shows you the physical symptoms of depression -- like sleep problems, chest pain, fatigue, and headaches. Depression can affect your body as well as your mind. What you need to know:
"07.02.2017 05:03:04" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Know How to Do Dessert Damage Control? Stop! Don't reach for that piece of pie! See how much you know about sensibly satisfying your sweet tooth with this WebMD quiz. It would take a 150-pound adult 3 hours to walk off a funnel cake.
"07.02.2017 04:02:26" 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 can quietly damage the heart, lungs, blood vessels, brain, and kidneys if left untreated. It's a major risk factor for strokes and heart attacks in the U.S.
"07.02.2017 03:31:14" webmd.com Quiz: 11 Myths About Skin Care for Men Razor bumps, breakouts, and scaly elbows: Take our quiz to get the truth about men's skin care in 11 questions. True or false: Getting a professional shave once in a while is another way to help reduce razor bumps.
"07.02.2017 00:00:00" Stress can impact your body in a number of ways - including muscle tension, fatigue and a weakened immune system.
"06.02.2017 21:44:08" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Start Running It seems so simple: Put your running shoes on and go. But start the wrong way and you can hurt yourself -- or be burned out -- in no time. Find out more about how to run yourself into good health. Stretch major muscles after your run, not before: Be gentle, breathe freely, and try to hold each one around 30 seconds.
"06.02.2017 20:30:14" blogs.webmd.com WebMD Doc: Protecting Kids From the Flu « WebMD Interviews Flu season is in full swing. A pediatrician discusses what flu looks like in kids and when to call a doctor The U.S. flu season has reached epidemic levels. Please share these important tips for anyone who may have a little one at home.
"06.02.2017 19:28:06" webmd.com 1 in 4 Teen E-Cigarette Users Has Tried 'Dripping' This method creates denser clouds of vapor, with unknown effects on health, researchers say Do you know what "dripping" is?
"06.02.2017 18:00:37" webmd.com Slideshow: Diabetes Restaurant Guide: Tips on What to Order Eating out with diabetes can be tricky. Use the tips in this slideshow to have a healthy restaurant meal that fits with your meal plan. A few swaps can make your meal healthier -- instead of fries or hash browns, try a double order of a vegetable.
"06.02.2017 17:00:00" How to Handle Disappointment It's normal to feel sad and angry after a disappointment -- that's part of moving on. What's important is keeping things in perspective.
"06.02.2017 16:00:33" Have you had a heart attack? What do you wish you had known or had done differently before it happened?
"06.02.2017 15:09:52" webmd.com Slideshow: Ditch These 12 Hangover Myths Now WebMD helps you separate myth from fact as we examine popular hangover avoidance techniques, morning-after remedies, and other widely held hangover beliefs. Coffee's not a hangover cure -- too much can make you even more dehydrated. Your best bet is to sip water and sports drinks to replace lost electrolytes.
"06.02.2017 14:02:20" 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. Eggs are full of protein, vitamins B12 and D, riboflavin, and folate -- all of which can help lower the risk of heart disease that can be brought on by bingeing.
"06.02.2017 12:00:36" The Basics: Sepsis Sepsis happens when an infection you already have spreads or triggers an immune system response that affects other organs or systems.
"06.02.2017 06:00:50" webmd.com Prime Time: The Best Time to Do Everything If you're gonna do something, do it right -- or at least do it at the right time. Got something to learn? Don't pull an all-nighter -- information and skills are more likely to stick with a full night of sleep.
"06.02.2017 05:02:14" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Digestive Health Supplements These supplements can help ease bloating, constipation, and more. Feeling bloated? These foods may be able to help bring you relief.
"06.02.2017 04:10:41" webmd.com Reasons Your Neck Hurts Sometimes your neck hurts, and many things can bring that on. But you can do some things to help it feel better. Your neck has a 24/7 job, and that takes a toll over the course of your life. Learn more about what could be making it hurt:
"06.02.2017 03:48:41" webmd.com Quiz: Those Feel-Good Hormones How much do you know about the hormones that make you feel better? True or False: You can snuggle your way to a better mood.
"06.02.2017 02:30:12" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Acupuncture Acupuncture is an age-old healing practice. What can it do for you? The needles may only be skin-deep, but the benefits go beyond that.
"06.02.2017 01:30:34" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Heartburn More than 60 million Americans have heartburn at least once a month. It's not just about what you eat -- it's also about how much.
"06.02.2017 00:00:50" webmd.com 15 Surprisingly Healthy Foods These foods may get a bad rap, but you can enjoy them relatively guilt-free. Your Super Bowl party plans don't have to wreck your diet. Here are 15 surprisingly healthy foods you can enjoy.
"05.02.2017 23:00:53" pets.webmd.com Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat A little reward from the table has the potential to really hurt your dog. Think twice before you share that Super Bowl spread with your pup!
"05.02.2017 22:01:24" webmd.com Unexpected Heart Attack Triggers These heart attack triggers may surprise you. Research found that people who usually slept fewer than 6 hours a night were twice as likely to have a heart attack. Are you getting enough sleep?
"05.02.2017 21:01:03" 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 11 beverages are perfect for the sugar-conscious consumer.
"05.02.2017 20:00:55" 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. Water is the best way to stay hydrated, but these foods can help:
"05.02.2017 17:01:20" How to Do the Heimlich Maneuver If someone's choking, have another person call 911 right away. Here's what to do next:
"05.02.2017 17:01:17" 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. The average person gets about 20% of their water each day from food. The foods it comes from may surprise you:
"05.02.2017 16:01:34" blogs.webmd.com 5 Winning Game Day Eats « Food and Fitness Cheering your favorite team down the field can be thrilling, but if you're snacking on the wrong game day foods [...] With a few simple food swaps, you can make your Super Bowl spread a healthy and tasty touchdown.
"05.02.2017 15:01:24" webmd.com Slideshow: Visual Guide to Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriasis puts you at risk for psoriatic arthritis. WebMD shows you who gets this painful joint disease, the symptoms, and how it's treated. Psoriatic arthritis doesn't just show up in your joints -- warning signs include tiny dents in your nails. Learn more:
"05.02.2017 14:01:40" webmd.com Slideshow: Will This Give Me Heartburn? See which foods may help or worsen symptoms and how other habits may affect heartburn. Don't ruin the big game with heartburn -- pace yourself with the Super Bowl snacks, and other tips to know:
"05.02.2017 12:01:11" webmd.com Dueling Quarterback Diets: Matt Ryan vs. Tom Brady Nutrition experts discuss the diets of dueling NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Matt Ryan. Ever wonder how your Super Bowl spread compares to what the pro athletes actually eat? Take a look:
"05.02.2017 06:40:08" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Things That Help With Breast Cancer Treatment When you have breast cancer, help can come from some unexpected places. WebMD shares a few. Studies show a program with a trained music therapist can drop pain levels, improve state of mind, and reduce worry for people with breast cancer.
"05.02.2017 05:28:05" 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. A Mediterranean-style diet may help lower your risk for certain diseases, improve your mood, and boost your energy levels.
"05.02.2017 02:26:07" webmd.com Slideshow: Celebrities with Depression WebMD lists a number of brave celebrities who admit to having depression and struggling with sadness. Lady Gaga has previously opened up about dealing with anxiety and depression, saying she believes it's important for people to talk about their mental health.
"05.02.2017 01:29:08" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Urinary Tract Infections WebMD's pictures show the tests, causes, and treatments for bladder and kidney infections. From intense pain to a "silent" infection, UTI symptoms can vary greatly. What you need to know:
"05.02.2017 00:00:00" Looking for a little dinner inspiration? This southwestern rice & pinto bean salad packs a powerful punch of fiber.
"04.02.2017 23:01:05" webmd.com Slideshow: How to Start Running It seems so simple: Put your running shoes on and go. But start the wrong way and you can hurt yourself -- or be burned out -- in no time. Find out more about how to run yourself into good health. Stretch major muscles after your run, not before: Be gentle, breathe freely, and try to hold each one around 30 seconds.
"04.02.2017 22:01:13" 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. Depending on the fruit and juices involved, sangria may have as much sugar as a regular soda. Try these alternatives instead:
"04.02.2017 21:00:56" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Liver? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about one of your body's most important organs. Your liver has about 500 jobs. Learn more about one of your body's most important organs:
"04.02.2017 20:00:51" webmd.com Stress Quiz: Who Gets It, How to Beat It Insomnia. Headaches. Stress affects your health in many ways. See how much you know about stress, who gets it, and how to beat it with this WebMD quiz. True or false: Your heart gets used to everyday frustrations over time.
"04.02.2017 18:26:09" 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. Beet roots' edible leafy tops are brimming with vitamin K, which is linked to a lower chance of getting type 2 diabetes.
"04.02.2017 17:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic fatigue is a great imitator of other illnesses. WebMD's pictures help explain the true symptoms of CFS so people can get the proper diagnosis and treatment. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a complex illness involving debilitating fatigue along with other symptoms.
"04.02.2017 16:01:19" 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. Looking for a snack that is full of flavor and protein? Try a hardboiled egg with a little hot sauce.
"04.02.2017 15:01:33" 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. Chicken soup may help your cold symptoms in more than one way.
"04.02.2017 14:00:35" webmd.com Slideshow: 8 Great Sources of Vitamin A Vitamin A is important for your vision, immune system, and organ function, among other things. Check out these great sources of vitamin A. Vitamin A is key for good vision, a healthy immune system, and cell growth. Learn more:
"04.02.2017 12:00:02" Something you ate didn't agree with you or you just overdid it? Here's how to cool the heartburn:
"04.02.2017 06:03:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Conditions That Affect Your Scalp Find out more about conditions that can mess with your head -- as in the thin layer of skin that covers your skull: your scalp. Alopecia Areata happens when your immune system mistakenly attacks your hair follicles. What you need to know:
"04.02.2017 05:02:54" 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. People may experience gout with deposits of uric acid crystals in their finger joints. What you need to know:
"04.02.2017 04:01:12" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Sleep Disorders This WebMD slideshow details the symptoms, causes, tests, and treatments for sleep problems. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder in the U.S., affecting a third of adults at some point in their lives.
"04.02.2017 03:31:20" webmd.com Jaw Pain Quiz: Test Your TMJ/TMD Knowledge How much do you know about jaw pain? WebMD quizzes you about TMJ symptoms, TMD treatment, and what jaw popping and teeth clenching mean for your health. Test your jaw pain smarts now! More than 10 million Americans may have TMD, including about 4 times as many women as men. What you need to know:
"04.02.2017 02:30:11" Have you had a heart attack? What do you wish you had known or had done differently before it happened?
"04.02.2017 01:31:12" webmd.com Quiz: Those Feel-Good Hormones If you find yourself in a bit of a funk, do you know how to boost the hormones that can get you out of it? Find out with this quiz. Laughter may not really be the best medicine, but it's still good for you: It releases endorphins, which lift your spirit and held ease pain and ward off illness.
"04.02.2017 00:01:17" 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. What most often sets sciatica apart from most back pain is the way the pain radiates down the leg and into the foot. What you should know:
"03.02.2017 23:00:33" webmd.com Why Certain Noises Really Irritate Some People 'Misophonia' is a disorder that can make a person's brain go into overdrive, researchers report. Do certain sounds just really get under your skin?
"03.02.2017 22:00:00" The Basics: Binge Eating
"03.02.2017 20:36:54" webmd.com Reasons You're Not Hungry Hunger is your body's signal that it needs fuel. Here's why you may not feel like eating. Loss of appetite can be a sign of issues ranging from stress and migraine to hypothyroidism and anemia. Learn more:
"03.02.2017 18:30:33" blogs.webmd.com Listeria Prompts Recall of Ruth's Pimento Cheese « Inside Health News Ruth's has recalled its Original Pimento Spread after random testing found Listeria bacteria. RECALL ALERT: Ruth's Original Pimento Spread has been recalled over Listeria concerns. More:
"03.02.2017 17:00:40" webmd.com Slideshow: What Women Who Are Trying to Conceive Wish You Knew You're ready to get pregnant! Trying to conceive is quick for some couples and takes longer and has more challenges for others. Find out what some women say it's really like. When is it time to talk to a doctor if you're trying to conceive and haven't? If you're under 35, doctors recommend giving it a year, 6 months if you're 35 or older.
"03.02.2017 16:16:08" 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. 1 in 8 people over 65 have Alzheimer's. How can you tell the difference between a loved one's harmless "senior moment" and this devastating form of dementia?
"03.02.2017 15:21:08" Timeline Photos When a heart attack strikes, it doesn't always feel the same in women as it does in men. Please help us raise awareness by sharing the signs with your friends and family. #GoRedForWomen #GoRedWearRed http://wb.md/2k9TckP
"03.02.2017 14:00:59" 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. Did you know just one cup of edamame has 8 grams of heart-healthy fiber?
"03.02.2017 12:00:00" Easy Ways to Beat the Winter Blues Feeling the winter blues? Seasonal affective disorder is real -- here are some easy things you can do about it:
"03.02.2017 07:00:11" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Endometriosis Endometriosis happens when tissue normally found inside the uterus grows in other parts of the body. It may attach to the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the exterior of the uterus, the bowel, or other internal parts. More than 5.5 million American women have symptoms of endometriosis. What you need to know:
"03.02.2017 07:00:11" webmd.com What Is Plantar Fasciitis? Do your feet hurt when you take those first steps in the morning? Does the sharp pain come back after you sit or stand for a while? You could have plantar fasciitis -- and if so, it's a good idea to treat it ASAP. I If you ignore plantar fasciitis, it can change the way you walk and lead to knee, hip, and back problems. What you need to know:
"03.02.2017 06:03:00" webmd.com Slideshow: The Beauty Benefits of Natural Oils WebMD lists the beauty benefits of natural oils like coconut and castor to your hair, skin, and nails. Got thin or brittle nails? For a simple, all-natural solution, dab a little olive or avocado oil on them before bed.
"03.02.2017 05:02:10" blogs.webmd.com 5 Winning Game Day Eats « Food and Fitness Cheering your favorite team down the field can be thrilling, but if you're snacking on the wrong game day foods [...] Looking for a healthy Super Bowl snack? Try these easy swaps instead of the usual tailgate spread:
"03.02.2017 04:30:36" 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. Salmon patches can appear on the back of the neck, between the eyes, or on the forehead, nose, upper lip, or eyelids. Learn more:
"03.02.2017 03:32:04" webmd.com Slideshow: Identify Bugs and Bug Bites, From Spiders to Scorpions Learn to identify ticks, poisonous spiders, fleas, chiggers, and other bugs. See what their bites and stings look like -- and how to find relief. Black widow spider bites may cause stabbing pain in the bite area, but they can also be painless. What to look for:
"03.02.2017 02:31:11" webmd.com 11 Fake Foods You Eat All the Time If you pick up a block of Parmesan cheese at the grocery store, you assume it's the good stuff, preferably from Italy. If you order a spicy salmon roll, chances are that's not what you're getting.
"03.02.2017 01:32:19" 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. Being older, overweight, or having rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis raises your chances of lymphedema.
"03.02.2017 00:00:35" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Heart Disease WebMD's visual overview of heart disease, including symptoms to watch for, diagnostic tests, treatments, and prevention strategies. Have you had a heart attack? What do you wish you had known or had done differently before it happened?
"02.02.2017 23:01:00" 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. True or false: Yellow nails are often the first sign of toenail fungus.
"02.02.2017 21:15:34" webmd.com Smokeless Tobacco Products Recalled The recall covers some varieties of Skoal, Copenhagen, Cope and Husky brand smokeless tobacco RECALL ALERT: Smokeless tobacco products produced at U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company may contain metal objects. Find out which brands are affected:
"02.02.2017 20:01:33" webmd.com Slideshow: Blood Sugar Control, Insulin, and Diabetes With diabetes, it's important to avoid low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and high blood sugar (hyperglycemia). WebMD shows you how to control your glucose level with insulin, diet, and exercise. With both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, what you eat makes a difference. Learn more:
"02.02.2017 18:46:50" webmd.com Medical Groups Concerned Over Immigration Ban Groups call on Trump administration to consider impact Several leading U.S. medical groups have issued a statement expressing their concerns about President Donald Trump's immigration ban. Read it here:
"02.02.2017 17:11:13" The Basics: How to Moisturize for Winter Weather It's Groundhog Day, and Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. Here's how to prep your skin for 6 more weeks of winter:
"02.02.2017 16:20:28" webmd.com Slideshow: Soothe a Child's Cold or Flu Does your child have the cold or flu? WebMD shows you how to ease your child's cold or flu. Help symptoms like cough, sore throat, and stuffiness. Does your child have the cold or flu? Home remedies to help their cough, sore throat, and stuffiness:
"02.02.2017 15:39:50" 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. Colorectal cancer can strike both men and women, and has the second highest rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. What you need to know:
"02.02.2017 14:02:30" 5 Fast Facts About Blood The average person has 8-12 pints of blood, and it has lots of jobs. Learn more about why it's so important:
"02.02.2017 12:00:59" webmd.com Dueling Quarterback Diets: Matt Ryan vs. Tom Brady Nutrition experts discuss the diets of dueling NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Matt Ryan. Tom Brady and Matt Ryan face off in a diet showdown. Nutritionists weigh in on how to eat like a Super Bowl quarterback. #SB51 #Patriots #Falcons #PatriotsNation #RiseUp
"02.02.2017 06:01:00" webmd.com Slideshow: Reasons You're Not Hungry Don't feel like eating? Find out what may be behind your lack of appetite. Hunger is your body's signal that it needs fuel. If you don't feel like eating, a number of things could cause that dip in appetite.
"02.02.2017 05:03:26" 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. Raw garlic can help beat skin infections thanks to its ability to fight bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
"02.02.2017 04:03:06" 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.
"02.02.2017 03:32:32" webmd.com Slideshow: Bad Habits That Can Hurt Your Brain Some things that seem fairly harmless can be bad for your brain. Click through to find out if you do any of them. You probably recognize that overeating and skimping on sunlight aren't great for you -- but did you know they could actually slow your brain?
"02.02.2017 02:28:05" webmd.com Test Your Knowledge: How Much Do You Know About Children and Food Allergies? Take this WebMD quiz and find out how much you know about managing your child's food allergy. True or false: Milk allergy and lactose intolerance are the same thing.
"02.02.2017 01:30:27" webmd.com Many Fast-Food Containers Have Risky Chemical, Study Says The next time you get a muffin with your coffee or pick up a hamburger at a drive-thru, you could also be getting a side of chemicals that have a poor safety and environmental record, a new study shows. The chemicals have been linked to a variety of health issues, including cancers, reproductive problems, immune system damage, and high cholesterol.
"02.02.2017 00:00:00" The Basics - Pet Depression If your dog gets super-anxious or destructive, some of the same meds used to treat depression in humans may help.
"01.02.2017 23:00:37" 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. True or false: Your big toe has fewer bones than your other toes.
"01.02.2017 20:00:13" webmd.com Why Are Babies Sleeping in Boxes? These cardboard boxes help reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of death. Babies don't just look adorable sleeping in these cardboard containers. They are an effective way to reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death.
"01.02.2017 19:00:37" 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. Blueberries' brilliant blue color comes from anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants that help keep your blood vessels healthy.
"01.02.2017 17:00:52" The Doctor is LIVE: American Heart Month We're talking heart health with WebMD's Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH, and the American Heart Association's Dr. William Cooper (Medical Director, Cardiovascular Surgery, WellStar Health Systems, DrCoopMD). Post your questions below. #GoRedWearRed
"01.02.2017 15:01:58" webmd.com Slideshow: Celebrities with Depression WebMD lists a number of brave celebrities who admit to having depression and struggling with sadness. Lady Gaga is among the celebrities who have opened up about living with anxiety and depression. "If we share our stories and stick together, we're stronger," she said.
"01.02.2017 14:01:06" webmd.com Headache Quiz: Migraine Myths, Facts & Treatment Have a headache? Take this WebMD quiz to see how much you know about migraines and how you can ease the pain with migraine treatment. About 3 of every 4 people who get migraines are women. Learn how you can ease the pain:
"01.02.2017 12:01:52" 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/2kNdm2k
Join us today at 12pmET as we kick off American Heart Month with the American Heart Association
"01.02.2017 08:00:52" webmd.com Norovirus: Symptoms and Treatment WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of noroviruses. You'll feel the symptoms of a norovirus infection just a day or two after being exposed to the virus. What you need to know:
"01.02.2017 06:02:25" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Heart Disease WebMD's visual overview of heart disease, including symptoms to watch for, diagnostic tests, treatments, and prevention strategies. Join us tomorrow at 12pmET as we kick off American Heart Month with the American Heart Association in a Facebook LIVE. Post your heart health questions below.
"01.02.2017 05:01:22" 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. Those with bipolar ll have low-grade hypomanic swings that are less intense and may last less than a week.
"01.02.2017 04:04:45" 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. Cold feet, swelling, and painful toes may be signs of serious problems. What to watch for and when to call a doctor:
"01.02.2017 03:34:48" webmd.com Cold & Allergy Quiz: Do You Know the Difference? Do you have a cold or allergies? Take this WebMD quiz and find out. Coughing, sneezing, and a runny nose are symptoms that colds and allergies have in common. Do you know how to tell the difference?
"01.02.2017 02:30:34" webmd.com Timing of Your Meals Might Reduce Heart Risks American Heart Association report suggests eating more earlier in the day may be healthier Want a healthier heart? It may be better to get the majority of your calories earlier in the day.
Join us tomorrow at 12pmET as we kick off American Heart Month with the American Heart Association in a Facebook LIVE. Post your heart health questions
"01.02.2017 00:00:56" webmd.com Slideshow: Famous People With Colorectal Cancer Audrey Hepburn traveled the world as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF. Her work came to an end when she developed colon cancer and died from the disease in 1993.
"31.01.2017 23:01:08" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About Bread Take this quiz to get the facts about bread, including how to keep bread fresh and the health benefits of whole grain bread. Did you know replacing refined grains with whole grains can help reduce cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease? Learn more:
"31.01.2017 22:00:31" blogs.webmd.com Do Girls Think Boys Are Smarter? « Inside Health News Girls of all ages have internal biases about their abilities and can have low self-esteem more frequently than boys their own age. Now, recently published research seems to suggest girls think boys are smarter than they are, starting at about age 6. A new study seems to suggest girls think boys are smarter than they are, starting at about age 6. Pediatrician Hansa Bhargava, MD's advice on how to build your daughter's self-esteem:
"31.01.2017 21:00:28" webmd.com Trump: I'll Cut Drug Company Taxes, Regulations Trump says the cuts will lower drug prices and create jobs In a meeting Tuesday with drug company executives, President Trump said he would cut their taxes and regulations in order to lower drug prices and create jobs.
"31.01.2017 20:00:38" webmd.com Insulin Makers Conspired to Raise Prices: Lawsuit Insulin Makers Conspired to Raise Prices: Lawsuit Insulin prices nearly tripled between 2002 and 2013 -- patient groups and doctors say it appears to have little to do with higher production costs.
"31.01.2017 19:02:58" webmd.com Final Obamacare Deadline, Maybe Ever, Is Here Trump Administration has pulled ads for the Affordable Care Act Today is the last day to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
"31.01.2017 17:00:00" The Basics: Stomach Flu If you have the stomach flu, it usually runs its course in a day or 2, but can sometimes take up to 10. What you should know:
"31.01.2017 16:00:04" webmd.com Belladonna Found in Homeopathic Teething Products Belladonna Found in Homeopathic Teething Products The FDA warns that products containing belladonna, also known as deadly nightshade, pose an unnecessary risk to infants and children. At this time, the company has not agreed to conduct a product recall.
"31.01.2017 15:12:36" webmd.com SCAD: The Heart Attack That's Striking Young Women SCAD: The Heart Attack That's Striking Young Women SCAD is responsible for 40% of heart attacks in women under the age of 50.
Join us tomorrow at 12pmET as we kick off American Heart Month with the American Heart Association in a Facebook LIVE. Post your heart health questions below.
"31.01.2017 14:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Foods for Fitness What should you eat before you work out? How about after exercise? Get ideas for powerful foods to fuel you through every move and to help your body recover. After a workout, grab a bowl of blueberries instead of a bottle of juice. The berries have been shown to reduce muscle soreness from strenuous exercise.
"31.01.2017 12:00:00" 7 Ways to Avoid Getting Sick
"31.01.2017 06:02:44" pets.webmd.com Slideshow: Long-Living Dog Breeds Which dog breeds live the longest? Find out in this WebMD slideshow. Labs are a popular larger-sized breed that also lives a long time -- on average, 10 to 12 years.
"31.01.2017 05:01:55" 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. Thirst is one of the first warning signals that you may be getting dehydrated-- but it isn't the only sign.
"31.01.2017 04:00:54" webmd.com Lower Back Pain Quiz: Common Causes and Other Back Problems Take this WebMD quiz to test your knowledge of what causes low back pain, muscle spasms, slipped disks, and treatment options. True or false: A week of bed rest is the best treatment for low back pain.
"31.01.2017 03:32:10" 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: Vitamin B12 gives you more energy.
"31.01.2017 02:30:19" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Lung Cancer WebMD's pictures show who's at risk for lung cancer, symptoms, tests, and promising new treatments. Lung cancer begins quietly. There are usually no symptoms or warning signs in the early stages. What you need to know:
"31.01.2017 01:29:07" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Knee Replacement Find out what to expect with knee replacement surgery in this WebMD slideshow. Knee replacement surgery can help with severe arthritis pain and may help you walk easier too. Learn more:
"31.01.2017 00:01:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Cancer-Fighting Foods WebMD shows you the foods and eating strategies that may help reduce your risk of developing cancer. Water not only quenches your thirst, but it may protect you against bladder cancer.
"30.01.2017 23:00:48" webmd.com Slideshow: Do You Have a Hormone Imbalance? Do you always feel tired? Find out if you have a hormone imbalance. Feeling bloated, irritable, or just not your best? A hormone imbalance could be to blame.
"30.01.2017 21:00:00" How to Treat a Minor Sprain
"30.01.2017 20:01:15" webmd.com Memory Quiz: Why Do We Forget? What causes memory glitches, how to protect your memory, and intriguing facts about the human mind -- test your memory knowledge with this WebMD Quiz. True or false: Broccoli is a good memory booster.
"30.01.2017 18:28:10" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Your Heartbeat? How much do you know about your heartbeat? Test your ticker knowledge with this quiz. Fluttering, skipping, or jumping could be due to too much coffee, but they could also signal something serious. Here's what you should know:
"30.01.2017 17:40:54" WebMD: ADHD Community Kids who follow a diet high in fruits, vegetables and "good" fats may be less likely to have ADHD, a small study suggests.
"30.01.2017 17:00:12" How to Perform Hands-Only CPR Before administering CPR, call 911. Here's what to do next:
"30.01.2017 16:01:08" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Autism WebMD helps you recognize symptoms of autism in your child and to learn about diagnosis and treatments. Some children develop normally until 18-24 months old and then stop or lose skills. Signs of an autism spectrum disorder can include:
"30.01.2017 15:00:44" webmd.com The Truth About Coconut Oil Coconut oil pros and cons: Is it healthier than vegetable oil? WebMD takes a look. People use coconut oil in everything from smoothies to bulletproof coffee-- but should you sign up for an oil change?
"30.01.2017 14:00:41" 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. Learn when you may notice pain or soreness:
"30.01.2017 12:00:52" webmd.com 12 Habits of Super-Healthy People Super-healthy people know that simple steps are all it takes to stay that way. Make their habits yours -- start today! Breakfast is important for a bunch of reasons. It jump-starts your metabolism and stops you from overeating later.
"30.01.2017 06:00:55" 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. The first step toward managing IBS is to figure out what makes your symptoms worse.
"30.01.2017 05:02:25" symptoms.webmd.com Cold and Flu: How to Feel Better, Plus Avoid Getting Sick Arm yourself against germs during cold and flu season. Already under the weather? Learn how to soothe your congestion, cough, and aches. Cold & flu season is upon us -- how are people in your area feeling?
"30.01.2017 04:00:53" 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. Common infections like athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm are caused by fungus and are easy to get and to pass around.
"30.01.2017 03:24:21" webmd.com Interesting Facts about Your Teeth Teeth Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Your Choppers? True or false: The enamel on your teeth is stronger than bone.
"30.01.2017 02:30:10" webmd.com Slideshow: Essential Screening Tests Every Man Needs Pictures show men the health screenings a doctor may recommend based on age and personal risk factors. No more excuses, guys. It's time to schedule your routine exams. See which ones we recommend -- and why you need them.
"30.01.2017 01:30:35" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Workouts for Toning Your Body Find the best workouts to help tone your arms, legs, belly, glutes, and more. Walking gives you many of the same benefits of running and jogging while putting less stress on your joints.
"30.01.2017 00:00:27" 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. An estimated 40% to 50% of fair-skinned people who live to be 65 will develop at least one skin cancer. Learn to spot the early warning signs.
"29.01.2017 23:00:43" 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. True or false: Even if you've smoked for years, you can still cut your lung cancer risk by quitting.
"29.01.2017 22:01:05" webmd.com Slideshow: Top Causes of Severe Hearing Loss Fireworks, loud music, medication? WebMD shows you what can cause permanent damage or hearing loss. Plus, tips on preventing tinnitus and protecting your ears. Hearing loss can occur with extended exposure to any noise over 85 decibels -- normal conversation registers at 60.
"29.01.2017 21:00:39" webmd.com Slideshow: Everything About Hepatitis C WebMD shows you what you need to know about hepatitis C, including symptoms, treatment, and prevention. Baby boomers are most likely to get hepatitis C -- if you were born between 1945 and 1965, the CDC suggests you get tested.
"29.01.2017 20:01:30" webmd.com Slideshow: Home Remedies for Psoriasis WebMD's slideshow shows how you can relieve psoriasis while taking a bath, sunbathing, sleeping, or just hanging around. True or false: Putting cream on your skin and covering the area with plastic wrap overnight can be a good psoriasis treatment.
"29.01.2017 18:30:26" webmd.com Slideshow: Surprising Causes of DVT Long flights aren't the only thing that put you at risk for deep vein thrombosis. WebMD tells you about the lesser-known causes of potentially life-threatening blood clots. Deep vein thrombosis can happen without warning, but there are ways to cut your risk -- including getting enough vitamin D by spending time in the sun.
"29.01.2017 17:00:31" Baked Parmesan Tomatoes Looking for a low-carb side to accompany tonight's dinner? Try these baked parmesan tomatoes:
"29.01.2017 16:01:05" webmd.com Quiz: Are You a 'Super Foods' Superhero? Test your knowledge of “super foods” with this WebMD quiz. Green tea is often called a super food because it's a top source of special compounds that seem to protect against cancer.
"29.01.2017 15:01:15" 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. How many minutes of brisk walking should you do each week if you want to lose weight?
"29.01.2017 14:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Health Mistakes Men Make Are you making these common mistakes when it comes to your health? Men: One of the most important things you can do for your health is schedule -- and show up for -- a regular doctor visit.
"29.01.2017 12:00:02" How to Make a Skinny Latte How to get the coffee shop taste without the coffe shop price.
"29.01.2017 06:30:08" webmd.com Quiz: Heartburn Myths and Facts From triggers to relief, find out how much you know about the burning issue in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Using a lot of pillows when you sleep can make heartburn better.
"29.01.2017 05:29:07" 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. Veggies and fruits can help stave off a range of cancers in your mouth, throat, windpipe, and esophagus. Learn more:
"29.01.2017 04:24:02" webmd.com Slideshow: Best Diet Tips Ever -- 22 Ways to Stay on Track Want to lose weight the smart way? WebMD shows you how everything from eating right to sleeping more can help with healthy weight loss. If you're losing weight but not as fast as you'd like, don't get discouraged. Remember, you start seeing health benefits when you've lost just 5%-10% of your body weight.
"29.01.2017 03:28:03" 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: Chlorine keeps pools germ-free.
"29.01.2017 02:30:18" webmd.com Slideshow: What Really Happens When You Get a Sunburn? WebMD shows you how getting too much sun can take a toll on your skin, from sunburn to wrinkles to skin cancer. A tan may look nice, but that golden color is due to an injury to the top layer of your skin. How to protect yourself:
"29.01.2017 01:29:03" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Understanding Stroke WebMD's pictures help explain the symptoms, causes, and dramatic lifesaving treatments for stroke -- including when to call 911. The most common type of stroke is known as an ischemic stroke. Nearly nine out of 10 strokes fall into this category. What you need to know:
"29.01.2017 00:00:00" The Basics: Whooping Cough Whooping cough is highly contagious, especially dangerous for babies, and can be prevented with a vaccine.
"28.01.2017 23:00:40" webmd.com Slideshow: 15 Things That Slow Your Metabolism Not burning off calories like you used to? Here are some surprising things that could be dragging the process down. Sea salt is loved by foodies and chefs, but it lacks iodine-- which your thyroid needs to manage your metabolism.
"28.01.2017 22:01:09" 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. A diet high in whole grains and fruits like avocados can cut the risk of heart disease and lower bad cholesterol.
"28.01.2017 21:01:05" webmd.com Quiz: What Do You Know About Your Heartbeat? How much do you know about your heartbeat? Test your ticker knowledge with this quiz. On average, do you know how much blood your heart pumps in a minute?
"28.01.2017 20:01:02" 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. Trying to lose that visceral fat by exercising for hours? Research shows that a few quick bursts of high-intensity exercise may be more effective.
"28.01.2017 18:30:29" webmd.com Hepatitis C Quiz: Myths and Facts Hepatitis C prevention, treatment, and symptoms. Take this WebMD quiz to find out what you know. Hepatitis C is the most common infection in the U.S. that is spread through blood. What you need to know:
"28.01.2017 17:01:43" webmd.com Slideshow: Home Remedies: What Works? Click through to find out about home remedies: Some that work, some that don't, and some that you should avoid at all costs. Green tea is a great source of powerful antioxidants that can protect your cells from damage and help you fight disease.
"28.01.2017 16:01:13" webmd.com Slideshow: Psoriatic Arthritis: Tips to Fight Fatigue Psoriatic arthritis can wear you out. Learn how to beat the fatigue. Fatigue is also a symptom of depression, which is more common among people who have chronic diseases like psoriatic arthritis.
"28.01.2017 15:01:11" webmd.com Recipe: Blueberry-Ricotta Pancakes Serve these light pancakes with our Chunky Blueberry Sauce, maple syrup or honey. Sprinkling the berries on top of the cooking pancakes ensures even distribution. Keep finished pancakes warm in a 200°F oven, if desired, while cooking the rest.
Blue Brunch doesn't have to be a high-calorie affair. Try these light blueberry ricotta pancakes instead:
"28.01.2017 14:01:16" webmd.com Quiz: The Truth About Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) WebMD helps you separate fact from fiction. Where and how do these blood clots form? And what can you do to prevent them? Symptoms of DVT may include swelling, pain, and tenderness, often in the legs.
"28.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Sepsis Sepsis happens when your immune system fights an infection too hard, and it can be life-threatening.
"28.01.2017 07:00:12" webmd.com Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Schizophrenia Hearing voices is one of the many symptoms of schizophrenia, a mental illness explained in WebMD's slideshow. Brain scans may eventually help scientists explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments for the disease. Symptoms of schizophrenia usually start between ages 16 and 30. What you need to know:
"28.01.2017 06:01:06" webmd.com Slideshow: Seeds for Your Healthy Diet They're not just for the birds. See WebMD's photos of seeds that offer a tasty, healthy way to spruce up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Did you know wild rice is actually a grass seed? It has 30 times more antioxidants than white rice.
"28.01.2017 05:03:46" webmd.com Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Gallbladder? 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 that is connected to your liver and intestines. Learn more:
"28.01.2017 04:01:33" webmd.com Test Your ADHD Smarts Find out how much you know about adult ADHD with this WebMD quiz. True or false: Drivers with ADHD have more serious car accidents than those without it.
"28.01.2017 03:30:32" webmd.com Signs of Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Slideshow Signs of an MS relapse can vary in type and intensity. This WebMD slideshow lists some of the more common relapse symptoms. When you experience a MS relapse, it's because new damage in the brain or spinal cord disrupts nerve signals.
"28.01.2017 01:30:12" webmd.com Slideshow: Will This Give Me Heartburn? See which foods may help or worsen symptoms and how other habits may affect heartburn. Looking for the root of your heartburn? The first thing to think about isn't what you're eating -- it's how much.
"28.01.2017 00:00:56" webmd.com Quiz: Antibiotics Myths and Facts Find out how much you know about antibiotics in this WebMD quiz. True or false: Acne treatment can lead to antibiotic resistance.
"27.01.2017 23:00:06" webmd.com Scientists Create Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo One goal of this stem cell research is to create organs for transplant Researchers successfully used human stem cells to create part-human, part-pig embryos -- ultimately hoping to cultivate human tissue that can be given to patients awaiting transplants.
"27.01.2017 21:00:46" 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. Do you know how often do your taste buds replace themselves?
"27.01.2017 20:00:25" webmd.com Quiz: Vertigo What causes vertigo? What you can do about it? Keep your head on straight to find out fun facts about dizziness and balance. One way you can ease vertigo is by taking which of the following: antihistamines, aspirin or zinc supplements?
"27.01.2017 18:30:29" webmd.com Computer Software Able to Detect Skin Cancer TV Icon Mary Tyler Moore Dies at 80 Newer Hepatitis C Drugs May Pose Health Risks: Study The research could lead to a day when a simple cell phone app helps patients self-diagnosis skin cancer.
"27.01.2017 17:01:23" How to Give First Aid for a Black Eye Got a shiner? Ice it for 15-20 minutes every hour using an ice pack or frozen vegetables -- NOT raw meat.
"27.01.2017 16:10:10" webmd.com Your Kids Are Probably Drinking Too Much Sugar New research shows children in the U.S. are over the limit on sugary beverages. Nearly two-thirds of kids drink at least one sugary drink a day, according to a new report from the CDC.
"27.01.2017 15:07:34" webmd.com Gene Therapy Helps 2 Babies Fight Type of Leukemia Tweaking T-cells from healthy donor allowed infants to reach remission, researchers report Both babies had run out of treatment options for their cancer. But, after treatment with genetically altered T-cells-- both went into remission.
"27.01.2017 14:01:17" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Things to Know About Your Child's Sleep Kids need sleep to grow, learn and be fit. Little bodies need slumber to grow and stay healthy. Their muscles, including the heart, repair themselves during sleep.
"27.01.2017 12:00:00" The Basics: Fever A fever is not necessarily a bad thing -- it can mean your body is fighting off an infection. But do you know when to call the doctor?
"27.01.2017 06:00:59" webmd.com Quiz: Get to Know Your Elbows What do you know about your elbow? Test your knowledge of the most active joints in the human body. True or false: Elbows are built the same in men and women.
"27.01.2017 05:03:28" webmd.com Slideshow: 10 Ways to Rest Better With a Cold From nasal sprays to cold medicine, WebMD shows you solutions for congestion, coughing, and sore throat so you can get a good night's rest. When you have a cold, try a hot shower before bed. The steam may make it easier to breathe.
"27.01.2017 04:00:10" webmd.com Quiz: Get the Basics on Blood You need it to stay alive, but how much do you really know about your blood? Take this WebMD quiz to learn more If you have this type of blood, you may have a greater chance of memory loss as you age: B, O or AB?
"27.01.2017 03:27:09" webmd.com Quiz: The Facts About Fish Oil and Omega-3s Just how much does fish oil help your heart and your overall health? Take WebMD's quiz to find out about omega-3s, mercury worries, and how to avoid fish burps. True or false: If you're pregnant, you should take fish oil supplements to help your baby's brain develop.
"27.01.2017 02:25:07" 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. Wine has been shown to improve brain health and help protect against Alzheimer's in several studies. But the key is moderation.
"27.01.2017 01:30:40" webmd.com 8 People Infected in Rare Outbreak of Rat Virus Those handling rodents in breeding facilities in 2 states contracted Seoul virus, CDC reports This is the first known outbreak of Seoul virus associated with pet rats in the United States. What you should know:
"27.01.2017 00:01:25" webmd.com Quiz: Do You Have a Feel for Your Feet? Walk through a few fascinating feet facts you might've not known until now. Did you know that about a quarter of the bones in your entire body are in your feet?
"26.01.2017 23:00:49" webmd.com What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Losing Weight What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Losing Weight "I haven't figured it all out, but here's what I've learned—so far."
"26.01.2017 22:00:20" 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. Tobacco is by far the biggest lung cancer threat, but air pollution is a risk factor, too. People who live in areas with a lot of it are more likely to get lung cancer than those who live where the air is cleaner.
"26.01.2017 21:01:10" webmd.com Slideshow: What Conditions Cause Back Pain? Many things can make your back hurt. Find out more about a few of them, including what you can do about them. Spondylolisthesis happens when one of the bones in your spine (vertebrae) slips out of place and onto the one below it. How to treat it:
"26.01.2017 20:17:07" webmd.com Mary Tyler Moore: Diabetes Patient and Advocate Mary Tyler Moore, the 1970s television icon and Mary Tyler Moore Show star, is also fondly remembered for her efforts to advance diabetes research. Mary Tyler Moore was a tireless champion for diabetes research. Take a look at her 30 years of advocacy and how diabetes treatment has evolved:
"26.01.2017 18:30:34" Timeline Photos Mary Tyler Moore was a tireless champion for diabetes research. Take a look at her 30 years of advocacy and how diabetes treatment has evolved: