Americans visit the doctor an average of three times a year. And during each visit, the doctor or a nurse typically takes vital signs.
Your mother may have scolded you about picking your nose. And according to a new study, her advice may protect you from a serious illness.
The research shows that the pneumococcus bacteria that cause pneumonia can enter your system when you pick or rub your nose.
Nearly a quarter of us suffer from an ugly and disturbing skin condition as we get older. It’s called rosacea.
Sufferers have redness and unsightly, visible blood vessels on the face. And the chronic condition comes with a stigma. It has traditionally been associated with alcoholism.
We’ve all been there…
We’re working a tough mental task and we can’t quite muster the energy or the brain power to get it done.
If you walk into your doctor’s office and your blood pressure is high, chances are you’ll be told to eat less salt. And if your reading is higher than 130/80, it’s likely you’ll be prescribed a blood pressure drug.
Those little stickers on produce can be annoying. Sometimes they are hard to remove. Or when you take them off, part of the peel comes off with them.
But the decals actually contain important information. They tell you how the produce was grown. But you have to know how to decipher the numbers.