• How It Affects Their Emotions and Social Life By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    HOW IT AFFECTS THEIR EMOTIONS AND SOCIAL LIFE

    Puberty can be a tough time for any kid. But it might be harder on those with central precocious puberty .

  • Talking With Your Child About CPP By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    TALKING WITH YOUR CHILD ABOUT CPP

    Going through puberty early can make kids confused or embarrassed. Learn how you can talk your child through this trying time.

    Child
  • Self-Care Tips for Parents of a Child With Central Precocious Puberty By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    SELF-CARE TIPS FOR PARENTS OF A CHILD WITH CENTRAL PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY

    When raising a child with central precocious puberty , it's important to take steps not only to maintain their well-being, but also...

    Child
  • Anxiety, Depression Climbing Among People with IBD By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    ANXIETY, DEPRESSION CLIMBING AMONG PEOPLE WITH IBD

    At the same time, many health care providers believe that patients' mental health needs are being met.

    Depression
  • 'We're Struggling': Long COVID Mystery Has Doctors in the Dark By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    'WE'RE STRUGGLING': LONG COVID MYSTERY HAS DOCTORS IN THE DARK

    The lack of knowledge regarding long COVID makes it difficult for doctors to counsel patients on how long symptoms will last, why they...

    Regard
  • Handling Emotions After Breast Cancer By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    HANDLING EMOTIONS AFTER BREAST CANCER

    Post-cancer stress following breast cancer is real. Learn how it can affect you and what you can do about it.

    Breasts, Cancer, Breast, Stress
  • By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    HOW CAN COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY HELP WITH WEIGHT MANAGEMENT?

    In the webinar “How Can CBT Help With Weight Management,” Rachel Goldman, PhD, shared some tools that can help you work toward a healthier...

  • By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    LEARNING TO LIVE WITH AMD: A CAREGIVER'S STORY

    Her father's AMD diagnosis was hard for them both. Learn how this caregiver helped her loved one deal with vision loss.

    AMD
  • By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    AMD AND VISION LOSS: ONE WOMAN'S STORY OF ACCEPTANCE

    What's it like to deal with vision loss from wet AMD? Find out how one woman has learned to adapt.

    AMD
  • Teens Heal Differently Than Adults After Concussion By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    TEENS HEAL DIFFERENTLY THAN ADULTS AFTER CONCUSSION

    Teens experience many of the same symptoms of concussions as adults, but they may be worse, and take longer to end.

  • Running Long Distances Might Not Hurt Your Joints After All By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    RUNNING LONG DISTANCES MIGHT NOT HURT YOUR JOINTS AFTER ALL

    It has generally been thought that running could increase the risk of osteoarthritis because it puts more load on joints than walking...

    Osteoarthritis
  • By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    SIMILAR PROCESSES COULD LINK MS WITH HEART DISEASE

    Multiple sclerosis and atherosclerosis both involve an abnormal hardening of body tissue, and recent research suggests they may be...

  • Seniors With Few Years Left Often Advised to Get Colonoscopy By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    SENIORS WITH FEW YEARS LEFT OFTEN ADVISED TO GET COLONOSCOPY

    Some polyps, if allowed to grow, have the potential to develop into cancer, a transformation that can take 10 to 15 years. This long...

    Cancer, Senior
  • After Breast Cancer: Fitness and Nutrition Tips By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    AFTER BREAST CANCER: FITNESS AND NUTRITION TIPS

    Get back into exercise and adopt a diet rich in cancer-protective foods, which will boost your health and may even help prevent breast...

    Cancer, Food, Breast, Diet, Nutrition, Breasts
  • Common Chemical Linked to Parkinson's Disease By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    COMMON CHEMICAL LINKED TO PARKINSON'S DISEASE

    According to a new paper by an international team of scientists, the chemical known as TCE may be associated with as much as a 500%...

    Parkinson
  • Old-School Printer Helps Scientists Spot Bacteria in Blood By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    OLD-SCHOOL PRINTER HELPS SCIENTISTS SPOT BACTERIA IN BLOOD

    A faster way to identify bacterial infection in blood combines nanoparticles, AI, and ink-jet printer technology.

  • Military Pilots, Ground Crew at Higher Risk of Cancer By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    MILITARY PILOTS, GROUND CREW AT HIGHER RISK OF CANCER

    A study from the Department of Defense found that military air and ground crew have an increased rates of cancer when compared to the...

    Cancer
  • Can Laws Be Medicines? By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    CAN LAWS BE MEDICINES?

    How the field of legal epidemiology uses rigorous scientific methods to investigate the link between policy and public health.

  • Mediterranean Diet Greatly Reduces Heart Disease Risk in Women By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    MEDITERRANEAN DIET GREATLY REDUCES HEART DISEASE RISK IN WOMEN

    Those who closely followed a Mediterranean diet had a 24% lower risk of heart disease and 23% lower risk of death overtime compared...

    Diet
  • High Caffeine Levels Linked to Lower Body Fat, Diabetes Risk By Web MD   -   Mar 26, 2023

    HIGH CAFFEINE LEVELS LINKED TO LOWER BODY FAT, DIABETES RISK

    Having a higher level of caffeine in your blood could reduce body fat and the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published...

    Diabetes