Sneezing is a universal reaction, something everyone will experience — especially during allergy season. But why do we sneeze?
Do you ever wonder, "why does it burn when I pee?" Dysuria is the term for burning or pain when you pee. It’s not uncommon and can stem from a few causes.
ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a debilitating, progressive condition that destroys the lines of communication between nerves and muscles.
What is lupus? The mysteries surrounding it make it a particularly dangerous health threat that could damage the body and set the stage for other diseases.
Contraception is a big part of life for many people — or, at least it should be. Read on to learn about the many birth control options available to you.
If you ever worry about what other people think of you, you’re in good company: human beings generally care what other human beings think of them.
Energy drinks could rival a strong cup of coffee for those who need a boost on the go. Experts have concerns, but are energy drinks really bad for you?
A disrupted circadian rhythm will likely impact your immediate mood, but it can interfere with your long-term emotional health, too.
Junk food isn’t healthy by any stretch of the imagination, so why does your body crave it? Why does unhealthy food taste good if we shouldn't eat it?
There are over 100 types of arthritis, and since they often mimic each other (or other illnesses), it can be difficult to pin down the source.