Though the underlying cause of fibromyalgia remains unknown, a very clear picture of its risk factors exists. What are they?
Numerous risk factors have been identified for gum disease. Because some of them are within your control, it is important to be aware of them.
Fibromyalgia frequently overlaps with other conditions that cause chronic pain, including chronic pelvic pain. Here's why you should go to the doctor, and what you can expect from the diagnostic process.
While the underlying causes of Parkinson's disease remain to be explored, we have a good picture of the mechanism that leads to nerve cell loss in the brain.
Menopausal changes, such as hair growth in inconvenient places, are nuisances — but they are completely normal. However, aging and menopause make us more susceptible to serious health issues such as heart disease and osteoporosis. What should you know?
Around a quarter of fibromyalgia patients additionally suffer from lupus, a very different condition that nonetheless has some similar symptoms. What do you need to know about diagnosis and treatment?
Everyday stress may be an integral part of life, but more extreme stress affects your oral health in more ways than you'd have guessed — even leading to gum disease.
Most people know that pain is one of the primary symptoms of fibromyalgia, but a phenomenon known as the "fibro fog" that interferes with clear thinking can hit fibromyalgia patients even harder. What can be done to treat it?
While there's no one "Parkinson's disease diet", there are still some general dietary rules that will you manage your symptoms. What should you eat, what shouldn't you eat, and what do you need to know about the timing of your meals?
There's no single test for Parkinson's, and the diagnostic process is complex and multifaceted. You can expect your neurologist to ask you a multitude of questions — and having a better idea of what they are can help you prepare for your appointment.