It’s not uncommon for people with arthritis, back pain or other chronic pain to reach for over-the-counter drugs like acetaminophen and ibuprofen several times a day.
Some people love their jobs. Getting up and heading to work is something they look forward to. Others moan and groan about another day at work. It’s just no fun and it stresses them out, even though their skills are a perfect fit.
Most people believe that cancer is hereditary… that if they have the “gene for it” there is nothing they can do to stop it.
A diagnosis of prostate cancer is terrifying for any man. And making a decision on how to treat it is just as frightening. Should you “watch and wait?” Would it be better to undergo surgery, chemotherapy or another aggressive treatment?
Do you worry that you’ll get sick, develop a serious illness, or be diagnosed with a chronic health problem?
Almost everyone gets a song stuck in their head every now and then—whether it’s one you like or not. But why do certain songs get stuck more often than others?
If you tend to consider things from a pessimistic viewpoint, it might be time for an attitude adjustment, especially if you want to live a long and healthy life.
The thought of developing Alzheimer’s disease is frightening. But if you could take a free, 100 percent accurate test to predict your risk of the disease, would you take it?
If you always choose small-sized portions when you go out to eat, you could be fooling yourself into thinking you’re eating less food than you are. That’s because one restaurant’s small could easily be another restaurant’s large. And the confusion over sizing could lead you to overeat.
We Americans love our coffee. You can’t drive more than a mile in any major city without encountering a Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. And it’s estimated that here in the U.S. we drink about 330 million cups of Joe a day.
This may be good news, since studies suggest coffee offers numerous protective benefits. For example,…