While medications are an essential part of managing Parkinson's disease, the side effects they sometimes cause can make life very unpleasant, too. What can you do to fight side effects?
Plenty of supposed flu remedies do not actually work, but honey is an exception — with research showing that it can both help fight the flu virus and soothe your sore, coughing, throat.
Getting root canal treatment for a young child can seem quite difficult and maybe even unnecessary. Here is everything you need to know about getting an RCT done for a child, why it's done, and what you can expect from it.
Half heartwarming feel-good story, half absolute horror show, what does Three Identical Strangers reveal about what makes us us, as well as what people will do for science?
Diet may play a role in your risk of developing endometriosis as well as in managing your symptoms if you already have the condition. What foods are good for endometriosis patients?
While there is no single proven "endometriosis diet", small studies and anecdotes from patients suggest that women with the condition may benefit from cutting down on some foods, while completely banning others. What do you need to know?
While there is currently now cure for Parkinson's, nor any way to slow its progression, numerous medications are available to help patients manage their symptoms.
Gum disease begins with gingivitis and can progress to periodontitis. There are a number of signs it is present and several ways that dentists can identify and treat the disease.
Tender points are one of the main features of fibromyalgia, while trigger points are associated with myofascial pain syndrome. What are their differences?
While some doctors will still tell you Parkinson's disease doesn't cause physical pain, many patients know otherwise. What can you do to beat your pain?