Qahron Strickland knew he had a couple cavities.
With an estimated 11 million work meetings each day in the U.S., there is a lot of potential for a jangling nerves, sweaty palms, rapid heartbeat, and other symptoms.
Deaths from drug overdose continue to rise with more than 80,000 opioid-involved deaths reported in 2021
For millions of Americans, menstrual products like tampons or pads are financially out of reach, leading them to miss work or school, endure shame and anxiety, and put their health at risk.
The American Cancer Society estimates that 43,720 new cases of thyroid cancer will be diagnosed this year, with women accounting for more than 70% of those cases
Technology solutions increasingly allow partners in the health care model to improve care access and outcomes while reducing costs
For some, psoriasis is little more than mildly irritating, persistent itching.
When a mother chooses to breastfeed her baby, she is choosing a natural form of nourishment that promotes optimal health and an opportunity to bond
The end of the COVID-19 pandemic could mean changes in healthcare coverage for millions of Americans brought on by changes in eligibility rules for Medicaid.
A 19-year-old man’s recent summer getaway to Cancun, Mexico, turned tragic when – while enjoying his pristine ocean view – he fell from three stories. Nobody saw him fall.
To avoid pain, wrinkles, and possibly cancer, using sunscreen properly and knowing your risks in developing skin cancer are critical