Latest by Elizabeth Millard
To understand how advanced NHL operates, we asked David Fisher, M.D., an oncologist specializing in NHL diagnosis and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, for his insights.
When you live with ADD or ADHD it can seem like everyone else is on top of their work and family life, goals, and dreams — especially on social media. But everyone battles procrastination. Here’s how you can win.
Everyone has hemorrhoids — they’re actually a normal part of your anatomy. It’s when they become inflamed or irritated that you start to have the symptoms that become problematic.
Dr. Lila Nachtigall talks to HealthCentral about hot flashes and night sweats affect your health — and what you can do about it.
When learning about risk of cancer and other diseases, it’s helpful to gather a family history of mental challenges like alcoholism and depression.
Heather Huus got preventative total gastrectomy when she learned her risk of hereditary diffuse gastric cancer, an aggressive type of stomach cancer.
There are numerous online communities for people with almost any health condition. Here’s how to make the most of them.
After my father’s suicide, I learned an enormous amount about my family—and about myself.
A clinical psychologist on how technology is helping to improve access to mental health services.