Influencers talk straight about what it’s like to have chronic pain and live your best life.
These aren’t your generic “hope you feel better” statements, or awkward sentiments of “call me if you need me.” These are phrases that will open a line of communication, and even jumpstart actions that will make a lasting positive impact on the health and life of your loved one.
If you’ve lost that sizzle between the sheets, experts recommend that you rule out the possibility that your thyroid is the culprit.
In today’s socially technological world, tyhroid disease awareness is as easy as ‘sharing’ information with family and friends.
Negative and addictive behaviors on social media platforms are associated with an increased risk for major depressive disorder, according to a survey.
People who are addicted to social media have personality traits similar to those who engage in the risky use of alcohol, say researchers at Bond University.
Learn how to manage rhemuatoid arthritis while still having a social life by learning to say no and dealing with your fear of missing out.
Ways young women interact with images of others online often have a negative effect on their feelings about themselves and their bodies, according to a study.
Despite the fact that she felt beaten and battered by the end of New York Fashion Week, Charis Hill doesn’t regret following her dreams of being a model.
You only know what it's really like if you’ve been there, and while your words of encouragement are thoughtful, telling me to "lay off the coffee" is not really the issue.