Ah-CHOO! Relieve Allergy Symptoms Naturally
Spring has sprung, and allergy season is upon us. For the 40 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies like allergic rhinitis (also known as hay fever), this can mean any or all of the following: a stuffy, runny nose; sneezing; red, itchy, watery eyes and swollen lids; itchy mouth, throat, and ears; sore throat; headaches or facial pain and pressure; partial hearing loss; fatigue; and dark under-eye circles.
Getting in Front of Back Pain
Even though back pain affects nearly 10 million Americans a year, there's a lot you can do to avoid the problem, an expert says.
Study Links Coffee to Lower Liver Cancer Risk
Researchers say they've discovered yet another reason to love coffee: A new study suggests that people who drink at least a cup a day have a lower risk of liver cancer compared to those who only indulge occasionally.
Healing Facts: Pecans
Pecans contain high levels of plant sterols, which are shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects.
Could Reducing Stress Help Bring On a Migraine?
In a surprising twist on how stress may affect migraine risk, new research suggests that patients who are able to lower their stress levels may end up inadvertently boosting their immediate risk for a migraine attack.
Can Diet Soft Drinks Contribute to Heart Trouble in Women?
Women who are heavy consumers of diet drinks might be more likely to experience heart attacks, dangerous blood clots and other cardiovascular problems than those who rarely or never consume artificially sweetened beverages, according to a large, new study.
"Grazing" Appears No Better for Weight Loss than Standard Meals
For weight loss, some swear by "grazing" -- eating several small meals throughout the day -- instead of eating fewer meals at more traditional mealtimes. Now, a small study comparing both approaches finds it doesn't matter which tactic you use, as long as you reduce total calories.