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Tips for Healthier Nails

Nails aren’t just an appendage meant to look pretty. They can reveal much about a person’s inner health. The ridges, ripples, and bumps on the nails can tell you which diseases you’re suffering from. But does everyone who has bad nails suffer from an internal disease?

Foods to Avoid If You Have PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is exhausting enough on its own, but the onslaught of the disorder shouldn’t stop you from fighting it. Coping with PCOS is both a physically and mentally challenging situation, with the one arena you can control being food.

Causes Of Adult Acne (Infographic)

Acne is a very common disease, and being an adult makes you suffer from it more. Get to know all about causes of adult acne in this infographic

How to Help a Friend Struggling With an Addiction

Watching a loved one fight substance addiction can be emotionally overwhelming, and people often feel helpless in such situations. Here is a brief guideline for what you need to do help your friend during this trying time.

The 5 Most Common Baby Illnesses to Watch Out For

New parents often have a hard time determining why their baby seems to be irritated and uncomfortable, and what exactly is wrong. Not to worry! Here are some of the most common illnesses infants are prone to, and how you may recognize them.

Here's Why Online Medical Consultation Is A Great Idea [inofgraphic]

Did you know many people are turning to telemedicine which refers to remote treatment or diagnosis via online consultation. Get to know why online medical consultation is taking over conventional medical consultation in this infographic

Ewing's Sarcoma

As the second-most common type of bone cancer affecting children and young adults, it accounts for about 1 percent of childhood cancers. About 225 children and adolescents are diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma in the U.S. each year.

Thyroid Cancer

Most thyroid cancers can be cured, especially if they have not spread to distant parts of the body. If the cancer can’t be cured, the goal of treatment may be to remove or destroy as much of the cancer as possible and to keep it from growing, spreading, or returning for as long as possible. Sometimes treatment is aimed at palliating (relieving) symptoms such as pain or problems with breathing and swallowing. In choosing a treatment plan, factors to consider include the type and stage of the cancer and your general health. Often, more than one type of treatment is needed.

Hair Care: Tips & Tricks for Luscious Locks

For most of us, our hair is a huge part of our identity and sets us apart from those around us. Naturally, having sleek and shiny hair is a desire we all have, but without proper hair care, we can end up damaging our beautiful locks.

Eye Spy: Warning Signs Your Eye Health Might Be At Risk

Our eyes are one of the most sensitive parts of our bodies, and need special care for them to remain healthy. Don’t ignore these warning signs and have them checked out by an optometrist at your earliest!