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  • The causes, signs, and symptoms of having foot drop. This article is about my personal experience dealing with foot drop.

    Living With Foot Drop

    Living With Foot Drop

    by April Green1

  • Through the years, I have witnessed a few physicians determine the possibility of cancer by using the sense of smell. Cancerous moles exude an olfactory protein that non-cancerous moles do not.

    Can You Detect Skin Cancer by Smell?

    Can You Detect Skin Cancer by Smell?

    by Patty Inglish33

  • Injuring part of the hand can cause long-term pain if not treated correctly in the initial stages. Learn how a mere pinky injury affected my life, and what I did about it.

    A Severed Flexor Tendon in the Pinky Finger

    A Severed Flexor Tendon in the Pinky Finger

    by Rosie writes8

  • Do you plan to get this vaccination? How long should you wait? What might happen if you don't get it? What are the risks of the vaccine, and is it worth the trouble? Learn all about it here!

    Shingles Vaccination - Get Yours Now!

    Shingles Vaccination - Get Yours Now!

    by Jackie Lynnley64

  • How can you support a loved one through their grieving process? As people grieve, they need the assurance and support of those closest to them.

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    Best Ways to Support a Grieving Loved One

    by Yvette Stupart PhD18

  • Some of us do not feel comfortable hearing the cracking and popping that occur when being adjusted by a regular chiropractor. Alternative chiropractic services offer a much gentler technique.

    Alternative Chiropractic Care: The Activator Tool

    Alternative Chiropractic Care: The Activator Tool

    by Susan Holland56

  • Heel pain can have many causes. The most common cause is plantar fasciitis, which can be related to heel spurs and policeman's heel.

    Expert Heel Pain Advice

    Expert Heel Pain Advice

    by Heel Fix Kit0

  • Tips for living with dizziness and inner ear disorders. These are the techniques I use to reduce my symptoms and get on with my life.

    Eight Ways to Cope When You're Dizzy

    Eight Ways to Cope When You're Dizzy

    by Kim Kennedy33

  • Millions of people are affected by eczema. Understand what causes flare-ups, and learn how to maintain proper skin care.

    Healing From Eczema

    Healing From Eczema

    by Chernika Lipscomb0

  • Symptoms of glaucoma often do not show up until considerable visual loss has occurred. This is not the case for diabetics, however. Someone with diabetes is at much higher risk for vision loss.

    How Does Diabetes Affect Glaucoma?

    How Does Diabetes Affect Glaucoma?

    by Melissa Flagg OSC7

  • Shingles is a very serious and painful viral infection. If you have had chicken pox in the past, you have a higher risk. This article explains symptoms, typical treatments, and risk factors.

    Shingles - A Serious and Painful Disease

    Shingles - A Serious and Painful Disease

    by Pamela Oglesby114

  • Here is the scoop about sleep studies. Learn about what to expect from a registered sleep technologist. Also, how you can participate in research studies and get paid!

    What to Expect During Your Sleep Study Test

    What to Expect During Your Sleep Study Test

    by Kelly Umphenour65

  • People with phantosmia have an illusory sense of smell; they smell things that simply are not there. Read more about this uncommon smell disorder.

    Phantosmia: The Smells in Your Head

    Phantosmia: The Smells in Your Head

    by Annette R. Smith42

  • Working and having a successful career with fibromyalgia is possible! Learn how to save energy, be productive, and stay healthy in the workplace.

    Manage Fibromyalgia at Work

    Manage Fibromyalgia at Work

    by Kymberly Fergusson3

  • This is my extraordinary cure for fungal toenails. I had lived with the condition for more than ten years and it was getting worse, presenting on every toe nail.

    How I Cured My Fungal Toes, or Onychomycosis

    How I Cured My Fungal Toes, or Onychomycosis

    by Janey Hood14

  • A sleep disorder called catathrenia causes a person to moan in their sleep, which can make it difficult to sleep next to them. Yet, there are several methods which help to prevent this condition.

    How to Stop Moaning in Sleep

    How to Stop Moaning in Sleep

    by David5

  • A biphasic sleep pattern is a type of segmented sleep that allows one to gain an extra 2 hours a day!! You could do a lot in 2 hours!!

    Biphasic Sleep Patterns

    Biphasic Sleep Patterns

    by Melissa Flagg OSC42

  • Basic information on using an insulin pump for managing diabetes, and the differences between pump and manual insulin shot therapy.

    Insulin Pumps—Pros and Cons

    Insulin Pumps—Pros and Cons

    by Stephanie Hicks2

  • Acne is a disorder of the pilosebaceous unit, which is made up of the sebaceous gland, hair, and hair follicle. Today, almost all types of acne and acne scars are treatable if correctly recognized.

    Acne: Causes, General Care, and Treatment

    Acne: Causes, General Care, and Treatment

    by Sherry Haynes0

  • The symptoms of thyroid malfunction can easily be mistaken for other conditions such as allergies, menopause, and depression. It is important to insist on a blood test to determine whether this is the cause of your problems as the thyroid gland plays such a huge part in many bodily functions.

    Is it Allergies or a Thyroid Disorder?

    Is it Allergies or a Thyroid Disorder?

    by tebo44

  • Did you know that up to 80% of Americans have a magnesium deficiency? Coincidentally, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes are reaching epidemic levels in the United States. Is there a correlation between magnesium deficiency and diabetes?

    Magnesium Deficiency and Type 2 Diabetes

    Magnesium Deficiency and Type 2 Diabetes

    by Darlene Norris0

  • A stroke can be debilitating. Emotional support may be available for close family, but friends who come to visit the patient may be unprepared. It is difficult to know what to say or do when visiting a friend who has had a stroke. Here are some ways to cope.

    Visiting a Friend After a Stroke

    Visiting a Friend After a Stroke

    by Beth Eaglescliffe1

  • Have you ever seen someone who can bend their thumbs backwards? A hitchhiker's thumb is a recessive trait that causes this flexibility. Here is an explanation, complete with video and pictures.

    What Is a Hitchhiker's Thumb?

    What Is a Hitchhiker's Thumb?

    by Amy Gillie41

  • Pneumonia can be a killer. It is often a serious complications of other medical conditions. What exactly is pneumonia, and is it the same as pleurisy?

    Understanding Pneumonia and Pleurisy

    Understanding Pneumonia and Pleurisy

    by Helen Murphy Howell12

  • Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be in a coma? This is my story. I remember hearing people around me. I could feel everyone staring at me—but I couldn't open my eyes or respond.

    What It Feels Like to Be in a Coma

    What It Feels Like to Be in a Coma

    by Aubrey Allyn91

  • Scabies is a nasty condition and is usually extremely itchy. Sadly, treatment is not instantaneous, and the condition can get worse before it gets better. Here are some tips to help you cope.

    Is Your Scabies Worse After Treatment?

    Is Your Scabies Worse After Treatment?

    by infostreamnetwork4

  • How do I know when my loved one is near death? What are the signs, and how long does my loved one have left? These are the questions many of us have as we watch the inevitable approach of death.

    The Dying Process

    The Dying Process

    by oldersister9

  • Biotech companies are striving to find new cancer treatments using immune therapies and targeted biologics. New detection and screening tests are also under development to diagnose patients earlier.

    Cancer Treatment & Biotechnology

    Cancer Treatment & Biotechnology

    by Leah Lefler14

  • I used to suffer terribly from psoriasis. This alternative treatment restored my healthy skin, and I hope it will help you, too.

    Psoriasis Cure or Am I Dreaming?

    Psoriasis Cure or Am I Dreaming?

    by Jeffrey Watters10

  • Vitiligo is a skin disorder involving loss of melanin, the pigment that colors skin. It's most likely an autoimmune condition. A variety of treatments are available.

    Vitiligo: Skin Pigment Loss and Treatment

    Vitiligo: Skin Pigment Loss and Treatment

    by Linda Crampton30

  • Have you ever wondered why you have such an itchy buttocks? Well, there are various reasons for a case of itchy buttocks, most of which are no big deal. You can breathe a sigh of relief now.

    Symptoms and Causes of an Itchy Buttocks

    Symptoms and Causes of an Itchy Buttocks

    by Nicole Canfield0

  • Did you just wake up to the room spinning? Do you find yourself suddenly dizzy while driving or perusing the grocery aisles? Here are some reasons you might have the spins.

    What Can It Mean if You Get Randomly Dizzy?

    What Can It Mean if You Get Randomly Dizzy?

    by Kate Stroud0

  • Bone cancer has few symptoms. When my sister received her diagnosis, I learned a lot about the symptoms, treatments, and how to help a loved one cope with this condition.

    What Are the Symptoms of Bone Cancer?

    What Are the Symptoms of Bone Cancer?

    by Abbyfitz15

  • Anemia is a condition in which you do not have enough red blood cells or your red blood cells do not carry oxygen efficiently. This can lead to many other complications. Knowing the symptoms of anemia can help you treat the condition before it gets worse.

    The Signs and Symptoms of Anemia

    The Signs and Symptoms of Anemia

    by xmetow9

  • Caring for a Bartholin gland that has developed a cyst does not need to be an arduous or painful process. Learning to recognize your early indicators is important and will aid you more than anything else on your road to recovery. It is important to...

    Caring for a Bartholin Cyst

    Caring for a Bartholin Cyst

    by Stitchbug66

  • Does milk cause your body to produce more mucus, making your cold and asthma symptoms worse? The research says no. But you might be surprised at the other tricks that milk can play on your system.

    The Myth of Milk and Mucus: Coughs, Colds, and Asthma

    The Myth of Milk and Mucus: Coughs, Colds, and Asthma

    by Redberry Sky39

  • Accutane is a powerful drug with some serious side effects. It is mainly used in the treatment of severe cases of acne. The article summarises everything you need to know about Accutane and acne.

    Everything You Need to Know About Accutane and Acne

    Everything You Need to Know About Accutane and Acne

    by C Amoabeng0

  • Hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome is a rare but serious, sometimes deadly, respiratory disease that has been found mostly in rural areas of the western U.S. The disease is caused by a hantavirus that is carried by rodents and passed on to humans through infected rodent body fluids and droppings.

    Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know

    Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome: What You Need to Know

    by Liz Hardin2

  • A pelvic hematoma can occur when there is serious trauma to the pelvic region. A hematoma in this region is a very serious condition that normally requires surgery.

    Identifying and Treating a Pelvic Hematoma

    Identifying and Treating a Pelvic Hematoma

    by Bobby0

  • An ear abscess (medical name - mastoiditis) is a dangerous infection of the skull, provoked by bacteria in the ear. It primarily affects toddlers and infants, although in rare occasions older individuals may be susceptible. The cause is always the...

    Ear Abscess: Everything You Need to Know

    Ear Abscess: Everything You Need to Know

    by piplaw lm6

  • I was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. I am here to share how this condition affects my day-to-day life, including my love life.

    Living With Half a Heart

    Living With Half a Heart

    by Kara Rae Azar2

  • Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, or FOP, is a genetic disease that turns the human body into a living, breathing statue. There is no cure. Louise Wedderburn and Harry Eastlack are discussed.

    What Is FOP? The Mannequin Disease

    What Is FOP? The Mannequin Disease

    by Nell Rose117

  • Since 1975, when Lyme Disease was first discovered near Old Lyme, Connecticut, the illness has spread to every continent except Antarctica.

    Understanding Lyme Disease

    Understanding Lyme Disease

    by Harry Nielsen2

  • Ambien has been a great prescription sleep medication for some, but others need something extra to help them sleep. Is it really safe to take melatonin while using Ambien?

    Is It Safe to Use Melatonin With Ambien?

    Is It Safe to Use Melatonin With Ambien?

    by Robbieisfun1

  • The hilarious story of what one person did when she discovered she had a problem with ingrown toenails.

    My Ingrown Toenail Adventure

    My Ingrown Toenail Adventure

    by Sondra Rochelle2

  • What are some of the most common reasons for not taking thyroid medication? There are many reasons why you might avoid taking medication, but of course there are many important benefits, as well.

    Taking My Thyroid Medication: Benefits and Concerns

    Taking My Thyroid Medication: Benefits and Concerns

    by Boo McCourt165

  • Unless you’re having unusual chest pains, you probably don’t have pericarditis—but I wanted to share my experience because of how quickly I was broadsided by this condition.

    My Experience With Pericarditis

    My Experience With Pericarditis

    by M. T. Dremer8

  • Hashimoto's is a complex illness with many different symptoms. Here is a snapshot of my experience fighting this debilitating disease, from the countless medical trials in my eight-year path to a correct diagnosis and my current methods for reclaiming my life despite its many difficulties.

    Hashimoto's Disease: My Life as a Zombie

    Hashimoto's Disease: My Life as a Zombie

    by Scarlett_RRL118

  • Bright red blood in stool can be from a life-threatening medical condition. It can also be a false alarm, hence completely harmless.

    Bright Red Blood in Stool

    Bright Red Blood in Stool

    by Edmund Custers1

  • What are freckles and how do you get them? Find out what causes freckles and who is more likely to get them. If you don't like your freckles, there may be ways to remove or fade them.

    What Are Freckles and What Causes Them?

    What Are Freckles and What Causes Them?

    by Sarah Johnson1

  • Here are the natural and medicinal treatments that I use to control my psoriasis. Everyone is different; they may or may not work for you. Speak with your doctor before trying any new treatment.

    How to Treat Psoriasis

    How to Treat Psoriasis

    by Ritchie Hicks0

  • If you're reading this, chances are you have Burning Mouth Syndrome, or I've perked your interest. It is a syndrome that has no exact answers.

    Burning Mouth Syndrome (Yes, It's Real)

    Burning Mouth Syndrome (Yes, It's Real)

    by twocupswithtee14

  • This is my personal story of polio. I also discuss symptoms, causes, and a brief history of the disease in the United States.

    I Am a Polio Survivor

    I Am a Polio Survivor

    by Rose Kolowinski27

  • Pareidolia is a condition in which one perceives familiar patterns in inanimate objects. One of the most common examples is seeing faces. This is known as facial pareidolia.

    Face It: You Just Might Have Pareidolia

    Face It: You Just Might Have Pareidolia

    by Stephen Barnes13

  • Helpful advice from someone who suffers from pollen allergies every year for others who are in the same boat. This information is based on years of trial and error, and the tips here are the things that have worked well for me!

    How to Make Pollen Allergies More Bearable

    How to Make Pollen Allergies More Bearable

    by Sondra Rochelle2

  • Adult Sensory Processing Disorder (ASPD) is a relatively new category of sensory disease, although the problem itself is far from new.

    Adult Sensory Processing Disorder

    Adult Sensory Processing Disorder

    by Marye Audet54

  • The Black Death, or bubonic plague, did not die with its victims all those centuries ago. It is alive and killing right here in the 21st century!

    The Black Death in the 21st Century

    The Black Death in the 21st Century

    by Helen Murphy Howell33

  • Engaging in rehabilitation soon after suffering stroke or brain damage is critical. This article offers suggestions for how patients can find the necessary motivation to engage in rehab.

    Finding Motivation After Stroke or Brain Damage

    Finding Motivation After Stroke or Brain Damage

    by Sue B.5

  • If you were diagnosed with cervical dystonia, you may be wondering what it is. I know I had no clue what it was when I was diagnosed with it.

    What Is Cervical Dystonia?

    What Is Cervical Dystonia?

    by Becca Hubbard-Woods2

  • Twenty-two years after surviving breast cancer, I was diagnosed with stage IV inoperable lung cancer. I decided not to let cancer beat me. This is my story.

    My Battles With Breast and Lung Cancer

    My Battles With Breast and Lung Cancer

    by Susan Zutautas243

  • IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) affects about 15% of the world's population and can lower the quality of life if left untreated. Read more about lifestyle changes that improve this health condition.

    IBS Information and Management

    IBS Information and Management

    by Miriam Parker5

  • Hair loss for a woman can be devastating. If you are woman facing hair loss, the first step to combating it is to learn about it - the types and causes of hair loss and the myths surrounding it.

    Why Is My Hair Falling Out?

    Why Is My Hair Falling Out?

    by Gemini Fox1

  • This article discusses the causes of excessive flatulence and the key methods to prevent and treat it.

    Causes of Excessive Flatulence

    Causes of Excessive Flatulence

    by Edmund Custers2

  • What I thought was a little bump on my nose turned out to be basal cell carcinoma. In this article, I discuss what causes it, how to recognize it, and what you can do to prevent it.

    Basal Cell Carcinoma—The "Good" Skin Cancer

    Basal Cell Carcinoma—The "Good" Skin Cancer

    by MaddieB10

  • Learn the signs and symptoms of diabetes, then ask your doctor for a simple blood test to determine if you have the disease

    The Early Warning Signs of Diabetes

    The Early Warning Signs of Diabetes

    by Stephanie Hicks92

  • Acid reflux disease is the result of a variety of genetic, age-related, and environmental factors. Some are controllable and some are not.

    How Do You Get Acid Reflux Disease?

    How Do You Get Acid Reflux Disease?

    by Scott S Bateman13

  • Disease burden varies widely depending on location, wealth, gender, age, and race. This article looks at the top 5 causes of death in high-income countries, and how you can prevent these illnesses.

    The Top 5 Deadly Diseases and How to Prevent Them

    The Top 5 Deadly Diseases and How to Prevent Them

    by Sarah Knight1

  • Tons of easy, fun, and successful breast cancer fundraising ideas that allow you to simplify your group's fundraiser planning and get down to the business of raising money for charity.

    Breast Cancer Fundraising Ideas That Really Work

    Breast Cancer Fundraising Ideas That Really Work

    by Melanie Shebel36

  • Are you really flexible? Have you dislocated your knees or other joints? Hypermobile joint symptoms may mean you have a disorder often called hypermobility joint syndrome, or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

    What Is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?

    What Is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?

    by MaryBeth Walz28

  • Rabies is found throughout the world, caused by lyssavirus that is transmitted through bite wounds. The disease is now treatable, though the success rates vary immensely.

    Rabies in Humans: Symptoms and Treatment

    Rabies in Humans: Symptoms and Treatment

    by Leah Lefler8

  • Your feet can itch for all kinds of reasons, ranging from skin irritations to systemic health issues. This article will explain everything you need to know about itchy ankles.

    Itchy Ankles Explained

    Itchy Ankles Explained

    by Sree Vani0

  • This article explains the lung disease of bronchiectasis, including tests and treatments. Childhood cystic fibrosis is also discussed, as it can be related.

    Bronchiectasis - Irreversible Lung Disease

    Bronchiectasis - Irreversible Lung Disease

    by Pamela Oglesby27

  • Most people today have heard of Crohn's disease but do not fully understand it. Here are three things you should know about the painful disease—from someone who has lived with Crohn's for over 20 years.

    The Truth About Crohn's Disease: Dispelling the Myths

    The Truth About Crohn's Disease: Dispelling the Myths

    by enchanted1372

  • I noticed my son itching the back of his knee and noticed it was not his eczema. It looked like warts. In fact, he had molluscum contagiosum. Find out what the condition is and how to treat it.

    What Is Molluscum Contagiosum and How to Treat It

    What Is Molluscum Contagiosum and How to Treat It

    by Karen Lackey12

  • I had a herniated disc (L5-S1) and suffered for five grueling months of different treatments before I got surgery. Here I explore those options I tried; others share their experiences in the comments.

    Herniated Disc - Treatment Options

    Herniated Disc - Treatment Options

    by Jason Menayan101

  • Histamine has important functions but also causes the symptoms of hay fever. It's released from mast cells. Helpful techniques can prevent or reduce hay fever symptoms.

    Histamine, Mast Cells, and Hay Fever Allergies

    Histamine, Mast Cells, and Hay Fever Allergies

    by Linda Crampton20

  • When your spouse passes away, you may experience broken heart syndrome, which puts you, as the grieving mate, at a higher risk for cardiovascular events. Tips for the bereaved spouse along with suggestions for family and friends to help get through the grieving process are included.

    What Is Broken Heart Syndrome?

    What Is Broken Heart Syndrome?

    by Pamela Oglesby11

  • I suffered from toenail fungus for years before I decided to take real action. After trying many snake oil cures, I finally used Lamisil to cure my toenail fungus forever.

    Will Lamisil Work on Toenail Fungus?

    Will Lamisil Work on Toenail Fungus?

    by equipmentpro11

  • Remedies for every stage of the cold sore. If you get cold sores, these are some of the best ways I've found to get rid of them.

    Get Rid of a Cold Sore Fast

    Get Rid of a Cold Sore Fast

    by JRs5

  • Colon bacteria make butyric acid. This acid improves the health of the intestinal lining. It may also reduce inflammation and decrease the risk of colon cancer.

    Butyric Acid, Gut Bacteria, and Colon Health

    Butyric Acid, Gut Bacteria, and Colon Health

    by Linda Crampton16

  • Can fallen arches cause knee pain? Not only that, flat feet affect the entire body structure. Learn how the foot works and practice these simple exercises to cure the painful symptoms of fat feet.

    How to Fix Flat Feet (With Targeted Exercises)

    How to Fix Flat Feet (With Targeted Exercises)

    by Juliette Kando FI Chor28

  • Whether you’re young or old, the thought of being housebound due to illness or disability is probably pretty horrifying. For some of us, though, it’s a reality—and not an easy one to live with.

    Keeping Motivated When You're Housebound

    Keeping Motivated When You're Housebound

    by BeckyC18

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