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Now, even as life is getting back to normal, many teens are still struggling emotionally. Here’s how to offer the support they need—and when to reach out for additional help.
You’ve probably had a flu shot before. But getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a brand-new experience for all of us. Here’s how to prepare for this exciting step toward reclaiming a more normal life.
The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed many plans, from overseas vacations to large indoor gatherings. But there’s one thing you shouldn’t put off any longer: health screenings.
Cooking for one can seem like a lot of work. So when hunger strikes, it is tempting to reach for something easy, like a frozen pizza or a doughnut. But many processed foods like these contain too little fiber and too much salt, sugar, and saturated fat.
With carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), your hand and wrist tingle or go numb from pressure on the median nerve that runs through a narrow passage from your forearm into your hand. This passage tends to be smaller in women than it is in men. This may be one reason why women are three times more likely to develop CTS than men.
While tragedies have always been a part of life, technology has made it easier than ever for kids to learn about bad things that are happening all over the world. If your instinct as a parent is to shelter them from all that’s grim, that’s understandable—but of course it’s impossible.
Detecting cancer early—when it’s most treatable—should be a key part of your self-care plan.
Every relationship evolves over time. The one you have with your gynecological care provider is no exception. As your body changes, your yearly well-woman visits adjust to your needs. Whether you see a gynecologist or your primary care provider for these checkups, here’s what to expect, decade by decade.
We change over time. And our eating habits should, too. The recently released Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 address this by including life stages, like older adulthood, for the first time.
The link between your head and your heart may be closer than you think. Stress, anxiety, and depression can all affect your heart health.
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