A flu shot is a vaccine that is given to you through a needle. The season flu shot can defend you from three or four influenza viruses. Should you take a flu shot and what are the risks and benefits?
The menopause changes all sorts of things, but did you know it can also make drinking (lots of) alcohol more risky, especially if you're on hormone replacement therapy? Here's what you need to know.
Hot flashes are one of the most common menopause symptoms women encounter, and also among the most bothersome. What can you do to find relief?
Atypical depression differs from classic depression, but isn't as uncommon as the name suggests. Could you be suffering from it?
Your doctor will probably advise you to get a flu shot, but you may be skeptical and worried about the potential side effects. Can the flu shot turn deadly? (Hint: Yes, but the flu is much more likely to be fatal!)
Going through the menopause is not only tough for many women, it can also take years. What can you expect from your menstrual periods during this season of life — and when should you see a doctor?
Periodontal disease is an inflammatory condition associated with heart disease and stroke. Specific bacteria and widespread and vascular inflammation are key connecting factors therefore good dental hygiene is even more important than thought before.
Psychotic depression is a mix of depression and psychotic features, leaving sufferers with an agonizing view of the world. Thankfully, treatment is usually not only successful, but quick.
A nasal spray is a medicine that you spray into your nose. There are three different types of nasal sprays decongestants, saline nasal sprays, and steroid nasal sprays. How do these nasal sprays help you and what type is for you?
Painkillers won't shorten the duration of your flu or cold, but they can make it easier to get through these illnesses. What do you need to know before taking an over-the-counter pain reliever?