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  • Some 1 in 4 Americans suffer a little backup in the old plumbing now and again, according to data from the National Institutes of Health. “Every day I see patients complaining of constipation,” says Connecticut-based gastroenterol...

  • From Health magazine Quick—what’s the best way to treat a burn? Or a sliced finger? Or a bad blow to the head? The immediate steps you take in an emergency—whether you’re miles deep in the wilderness or just a few blocks from a h...

  • We seem nearly incapable these days of addressing any aspect of nutrition without a bizarre excess of passion and nearly religious zeal. The result, inevitably, is a great deal more heat than light, with far more overcooked than e...

  • The threat to human health from climate change is so great that it could undermine the last fifty years of gains in development and global health, according to a major new Commission, published in The Lancet. However, the report ...

  • The thyroid is a gland which is responsible for the production of thyroid hormones. These hormones are essential for the regulation of body metabolism. If the thyroid hormone levels are not in the normal range various signs and sy...

  • Altitude sickness, or “acute mountain sickness”, is a condition caused as a result of the effect of atmospheric changes on the human body when ascending to a very high altitude. The condition is potentially fatal, but fatalities a...