Cellulite is an area of fatty deposit under the skin that gives the epidermis a dimpled, wrinkly appearance, and more than 90% of women are likely to have it. Why is that?
Some people believe that drugs lead to mental health problems, but in fact, it might just be the other way around.
Before reaching a breaking point, get ahead of your stress by controlling and managing it. The best way to do this is by being aware of the most common signs of it.
Learning to speak is not a quick or easy process, but is your child's stuttering a normal part of development or an indication that something is wrong?
Hypoxia is a medical condition in which the concentration of oxygen in your blood is not enough for normal function. Is this is a condition that can be prevented?
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.
While once leprosy was little less than a death sentence, thanks to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) efforts over the last three decades to eradicate the disease, there is, in fact, a cure for leprosy.
Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. Whether or not pancreatitis can be permanently cured depends largely upon what causes it.