Common winter illnesses are typically highly contagious. A family physician breaks down 10 common winter illnesses and what to do and expect when you catch them.
Due for multiple vaccines? Find out which ones you can get at once and when you’re better off spacing them out.
Cold sore triggers are different for everyone. Learn why we get colds sores, how to speed up the healing process and what you can do to prevent or minimize outbreaks.
You’ve got a stomachache. Now what? Try eating bland foods and staying hydrated to help settle a sour stomach. What else? A family medicine physician shares other remedies that work.
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Used to drinking ginger ale when you’re feeling nauseous? You may want to reconsider the fizzy drink and opt for these beverages instead.
Feel dehydrated and tired after a flight? Airplane travel can affect your body in different ways, but a family medicine physician offers tips you can try to have a smooth takeoff and landing.
Did handwashing behavior improve due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Probably. But only about 5% of us washed our hands properly back then, so let’s take a minute to review the “why” and “how” of hand hygiene.
Yeast infections don’t just occur in vaginas. We talked to a family medicine doctor to find out all the different places on your body that this not-so-fun fungus can grow.
Wondering why your nose is clogged on one side? Here’s why one nostril can sometimes be more congested than the other.
If you have Type 2 diabetes or allergies, you may need to give yourself a subcutaneous injection. A registered nurse explains how to do it correctly.