When cartilage that cushions your joints begins to breakdown faster than your body can replace it, you develop osteoarthritis. Without this protective tissue, the bones in your joints rub together, causing pain, tenderness, swelling and stiffness. Lo... Read more
Next to eating well and exercising, maintaining a healthy complexion is one of the key ways to look our best. Taking care of your skin doesn’t have to be an expensive (or time-consuming) endeavor. These days, high-quality skincare products are... Read more
It’s easy to ignore your skin when it’s doing its job right. For most people, basic washing and a little sunscreen is all they need. But when you have a problem with your skin, it can be all-consuming. Acne can break your self-confidence,... Read more
If you've ever scratched your arm or leg and left a trail of white flakes (who hasn't?), then you’ve seen the effects of dry skin. While uncomfortable, dry skin usually isn’t "serious," but it can make a formerly-smooth... Read more
Losing weight and maintaining healthy habits are both challenging, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't also be rewarding. Besides the intrinsic benefits that come from feeling better and reaching new goals, rewarding yourself for your health... Read more
I have a uric acid level of 7.0mg/dL and VitaminB12 level of 129 pg/mL. The dilemma I face is if I stop eating food rich in protein to control Uric acid then I do not get enough VitaminB12. Also, I am not able to eat curd/yogurt as it causes vomitin... Read more
Anyone else here have issues with stomach acid (GERD) and have some ideas for marinades/sauces/condiments/seasonings I can use in cooking? Italian dressing is about all I know. I need some variety! Everything I used to eat is no now. #GERD #Cooking... Read more
Anyone had good experiences using amino acid supplements? I just started using a supplement yesterday. I did feel more pep during my workout, and I finally pushed through a plateau, but what are the long-term benefits?... Read more
You can delay wrinkles by eating spinach, lettuce & basically all leafy greens as they hydrate your skin. Peanut butter has good fatty acids that keep skin supple. Sugar free Jello Hydrates. The oleic acid found in olives & virgin olive oil can mak... Read more
Skincare ExpertsDr. David Bank, dermatologist in Mount Kisco, New YorkDr. Doris Day, dermatologist in New York CityDr. Howard Murad, dermatologist in Los Angeles and founder of Murad, Inc.Expert Tips1. Skip the bubbles. Foamy lather feels luxuri... Read more
A dozen derm-approved tricks for smooth, soft, sexy skin all season. Get advice from these skincare experts: Dr. David Bank, dermatologist in Mount Kisco, New York Dr. Doris Day, dermatologist in New York City and Dr. Howard Murad, der... Read more
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