Even though House Speaker Paul Ryan was forced Thursday to delay the vote on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, major changes to health insurance already are afoot. “The T...
When she was just eight years old, Lindsay developed a lump on her eye. Lindsay was separated from her family for two months during treatment. The family hoped their ordeal was over, but 18 months later the cancer returned.
“I have a condition called chimerism,” explains Taylor. The rare condition occurs when two fraternal fertilized eggs fuse in the womb – in a sense, Taylor absorbed her own twin sister. “I have two different immune systems, and I have two different bloodstreams.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra is here to discuss some DIY skin treatments that have gone viral. The Micro-Roller is supposed to plump lips by jabbing them with thousands of tiny needles as an alternative to fillers and collagen injections. “The little needles irritate the skin, and they also stimulate collagen,” explains Dr. Batra, who demonstrates the product on her own lips.
March is the peak period for college basketball excitement! But according to the Cleveland Clinic, it’s also a peak period for something else.
Women with breast implants may be at a higher risk for a rare cancer, according to an FDA announcement. Dr. Ordon clarifies that this is not a correlation with breast cancer, but a blood cancer called anaplastic large cell lymphoma. When an implant is placed, a woman’s body forms a capsule of biofilm around it – this is where the cancers may occur.
If you’re trying to get toned in time for the hotter weather and the wardrobe it requires, look no further. In this video, fitness expert Lauren Williams shares her five favorite moves for a cinched waist.
Of the two million-plus calls to U.S. poison control centers in 2015, almost half concerned kids aged six and under, according to the latest data from the American Association of Poison Control ...
By shaving butternut squash into thick ribbons, you can easily swap calorie-heavy Italian classics, like pappardelle, with a tasty low-carb alternative.
Want to learn exactly how you can treat these pleasure-blockers? In this video, we teach you about five common reasons why sex can feel painful, and give simple solutions for each. Tune in if you’re suffering from any of these.
Getting breast implants doesn't come without health risks. From infections to more serious conditions, watch the video to learn about the complications that can result from breast augmentation.
When shopping for groceries and trying to decide between two items—say, brands of granola bars—how do you determine which is healthier? A lot of us automatically assume that the more expensive pr...
Mothers get shamed for everything: paying too much attention to their kids, neglecting their kids, how they dress their kids, and especially for “letting themselves go.” But surely no one would get shamed for getting a little healthy exercise while the kids are busy, right? Not so fast -- one mom has been shamed on social media for NOT letting herself go! Erin Oprea was minding her own business and jumping rope for a workout during her children’s soccer game when a nosy stranger took her picture and posted it on social media, accusing her of “trying to get attention.” What the cyberbully didn’t realize is that Erin is Carrie Underwood’s personal trainer, and Carrie herself came to Erin’s defense online.
Is your health status your own business, even if it endangers someone else? Legal expert Anahita Sedaghatfar says that legally, it’s not. “In most states, you have a legal obligation to inform a sex partner if you have an STD before you have sex with them.” This applies to all STDs, but most often legal cases are brought for incurable ones, like herpes and HIV.
A post on a popular parenting site went viral when it posed an explosive question: Is it wrong to have sex in the same room with your children?
Imagine having so many blackheads that it looks like you’re wearing a mask – that was the situation one man found himself in before Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, aka “Dr. Pimple Popper,” went to work. Dr. Lee explains that the “masked man,” also nicknamed “Zorro” by his friends, had a career working with jet engines. The heat in his workplace basically “baked” skin oil into his pores, and then extensive sun damage led to solar comedones -- enlarged blackheads – around his eyes and temples.
“Parenting can be difficult, right?” asks ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork. “You’re going to make some mistakes, but it’s important to have a sense of humor!” That’s why two moms, Alicia Ybarbo and Mary Ann Zoellner, collect tales of parents' not-so-shining moments.