Stuffy nose, raging sinus pain. Dealing with allergies can be a miserable experience.
If over the counter medicines are not helping much, you may want to consider an alternative.
We hear a lot about various ways to relieve stress. But did you know there's one solution that's right at your fingertips?
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have started studies to determine if the frequency in which we eat could make a difference in overall health, including cancer and disease risk.
A pain in the neck. Its not just someone who annoys you, but actual pain. Dr. Linda Petter says its very common.
Cellulite. Most of us know what it looks like, but Dr. Linda Petter describes how it gets there.
"Its the result of too much fat and fluid trapped underneath the skin. And as a result, the skin will have that pucker look, the dimpling, and just not be smooth. It will actually be uneven.
Anyone can get the dreaded Athlete's Foot.
Foot specialist Dr. Joy Rowland says foot odor is a good sign there's a problem brewing.
"Stinkiness comes from moisture," Dr. Rowland says. "Moisture then leads to athlete's foot.
Whether you ride your bike with the kids for fun or clip in and do the Seattle to Portland Ride, you'll probably experience some sort of neck soreness.
Take a look around. Where you see kids, you will most likely see electronics. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, kids are spending as many as seven hours a day in front of a screen.
You've got a ton of work facing you, but sometimes it can be tough to concentrate.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Scott Bea says its helpful to get out of your own head.
If you spend a lot of time with computers, ipads or smartphones, you may have experienced some of the symptoms of digital eye strain
As temperatures go up, it can be too easy to let the heat get the best of you.
A news study finds we are more successful in our efforts to lose weight if we have someone else provide the plan
The FDA is reviewing a new drug that promises to cut LDL or 'bad' cholesterol numbers by nearly two-thirds
Osteoporosis: You might think it only affects certain people. But its more common than you think.
Warmer temperatures inevitably mean mosquitos.
If you can't seem to avoid the little buggers, Dermatologist Dr. Jennifer Lucas explains it might be because you are inadvertently attracting them.