Fibromyalgia and chronic migraine have a lot more in common than you may think, and that actually includes some treatment options. What can you do to find symptom relief and help yourself to a higher quality of life?
Between 10 and 20 percent of people with rheumatoid arthritis develop the functional pain disorder fibromyalgia, compared to only two percent of the general population. What can you do to treat both?
Many people with fibromyalgia also suffer from myofascial pain syndrome. How do you tell the symptoms of the two apart, and what are your treatment options?
Norovirus is, in the best case, violently annoying. In the worst, it can kill. What can you do to protect yourself from this leading cause of gastroenteritis this winter?
Though most of us have two to three common colds every year, there are indeed things we can do to prevent them. What do you need to know to protect yourself and others?
Influenza won't kill most healthy people or even cause them to have to go to the doctor, so do you really need to take the time (and perhaps spend the money) to get a flu shot this year? Yes! Here's why.
We all know we should wash our hands, and most of us say we do. Research shows we're either lying or just not sure how to wash our hands properly. Want to stay healthy this flu season? Here's a handwashing refresher course.
People with chronic and acute bronchitis alike will often hear the advice to increase their fluid intake. Why, and does this really matter?
Managing chronic illness demands constant mindfulness and management. It’s a process that constantly evolves over a lifetime. This article provides guidance on how to manage chronic illness in the workplace
Getting your wisdom tooth removed may sound like torture but the truth is a lot better. We take a look at non-surgical wisdom tooth removal, the process involved as well as what you can expect afterward.