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A new study shows erythritol may be linked to heart problems — and unfortunately, that may not be the only issue. Here's what to know.
In the weeks leading up to a cardiac event, many people report similar symptoms.
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People may be able to purchase the treatment at their pharmacy — a change experts are celebrating.
Experts discuss the ways to tell if a person has been drugged and what to do if you suspect it's happened.
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"Before I realized I have ADHD i just thought it was normal get absolutely nothing done the entire day for no good reason and then complete 90% of my tasks from 4:51pm to 4:58pm."
Some fertility clinics are offering PRP treatment to patients, but there isn't yet solid evidence of its effectiveness.
Signs of ADHD aren't always so obvious. These habits may indicate you're dealing with the condition.
Is red wine good for you? Should you focus on cardio exercise to improve your heart function? Let's set the record straight.
If you want to drink less alcohol but don't need to go sober, a "damp lifestyle" might be for you. Here’s how to make it happen.
In their own words, COVID long-haulers share details on the grueling physical symptoms of the condition.
The chronic condition now affects millions of people around the world, and it's taking a toll on their mental health.
If you don't think the condition is a big deal, you haven't been paying attention.
Dealing with treatment for a chronic illness is hard enough without people commenting on your body, too.
Here's where to start to determine the best route of treatment.
The condition can affect your cardiovascular system, neurological system, respiratory system and more.
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