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Nasal strips are simple to use and inexpensive. But they’re not a permanent fix for some types of snoring. Here’s what you should know.
The American Heart Association does not recommend the use of wrist models to measure blood pressure. Here’s why.
Nearly 42 percent of U.S. adults 18 to 59 are infected with genital human papillomavirus, and more than one in five have a high-risk strain that cause cancer.
From fish to folate, having these items on your plate may reduce your risk of hearing loss, according to researchers.
A dozen antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” pose a massive threat to human health, the World Health Organization warns.
Many dietary supplements can harm the liver, according to a recent review. Weight-loss products, such as green tea extract, and bodybuilding formulas accounted for about half the cases.
The female sexual response is complex; many factors—physical, mental, and interpersonal—are involved.
It can be tempting to turn to herbal supplements in an effort to improve your sexual performance. Here’s why you should think twice before trying them.
If you’re a woman, chances are you’ve had at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) in your lifetime.
Married people appear to enjoy better physical and mental health. But there’s a catch.