Jennifer Rainey MarquezHealth Writer
Jennifer Rainey Marquez is a longtime health and science writer based in Atlanta. Her work has appeared in Women’s Health, O: The Oprah Magazine, Parents, Good Housekeeping, Parade, and many other outlets. You can follow her at @jenrrain.
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The earlier you address this important health issue, the better your chances of avoiding serious complications. Here’s how to make sure you keep your numbers in check.
From salt shakers to glasses of wine, misconceptions about high blood pressure persist. Here’s what experts want you to know about keeping yours in check.
More than 100 million U.S. adults have high blood pressure. If you’re one of them, these daily tweaks can go a long way towards building a healthier future.
Epilepsy is a disorder with many possible causes. Anything that disturbs the normal pattern of neuron activity–from illness to brain damage to abnormal brain development–can lead to seizures.
Loads of misinformation about this condition persists. We sort facts from fiction.
If you have epilepsy, you can’t entirely eliminate the risk of injury during a seizure. But these tweaks to your home can up your chances of staying safe.
Whether you’re a caregiver or a bystander, here’s how to keep someone safe during a seizure.
For these people living with Crohn's disease, surgery made everything from the ordinary to the extraordinary possible. Their stories in their own words.