Blood donation can save a life, but there is a timetable you have to follow. We take a look at how often you can donate blood.
Whether you trip down the stairs in public or accidently let out a burp in front of all your coworkers, blushing is a natural response to sudden self-consciousness. Here's what you should know about the phenomenon.
Not every woman will experience menstruation in the exact same way. However, there are still some signs that something might be irregular and unhealthy about your period.
While there are prescription treatments for erectile dysfunction, not everyone wants to pop pills. Are there natural cures for this condition as well?
Cervical polyps don't always indicate cancer, but that doesn't mean they don't cause other problems. We take a look at what you need to know about cervical polyps.
LDL is known as the "bad" cholesterol, but that doesn't mean you should have none of this substance. We take a look at the normal, healthy levels of LDL cholesterol.
A dull ache and mild pain in the scrotum and groin once the anesthesia wears off is normal immediately following a vasectomy. Here's what you should know about vasectomy pain.
Though usually birthmarks are little more than an abnormality, there are some cases where you might want to be concerned. Here’s a look at what your birthmark might mean.