Taking medications incorrectly can lead to severe health problems. Understanding what leads to medication non-adherence can help patients avoid severe health problems
Bariatric surgery helps people lose weight when other methods have failed. This guide explains what to expect and how to prepare for bariatric surgery.
Hospice is end-of-life care that focuses on comforting—not curing—a patient. This care is provided in a patient’s home or at the hospital.
If you use insulin for diabetes, it’s important to do so safely and correctly. This guide provides clear, step-by-step instructions and information about how to respond to problems that can arise.
Staying active is important, even if you have asthma. Take the steps necessary to avoid triggering your asthma symptoms when you exercise.
Some people inherit a higher than average risk for colon cancer. Knowing your risk for hereditary colon cancer can help you find it early or prevent it from developing.
Help prevents fires in your home and keep your family safe by following these seven tips.
Radiation treatment can affect your skin at the treated area. Learn to identify skin changes and what to do about them.
Colonoscopy can find problems in the colon and rectum. These questions and answers can help you understand and prepare for your test.
A low-fiber diet for five days before your colonoscopy can help clean your bowel. Learn which foods to eat and which to avoid.
In people with diabetes, blood glucose levels that get too high or too low can be dangerous. Recognizing the symptoms can help you take steps to normalize your blood glucose and know when to get help.
Surgical drains require careful home care to remain effective. This information can help you avoid infections and speed healing.