When women feel a lump in their breast, they usually seek medical attention within a few weeks. Yet men who notice something abnormal in a testicle typically don’t see a doctor for two to three months.
Change can be hard for many people. For kids – who often thrive on routine and predictability – the transition from school year to summer and into a new academic year can bring uncertainty that can trigger anxiety and behavioral problems.
When it comes to healthy eating, the villains are constantly changing.
Millions of adults and children across the U.S. identify as cancer survivors. Beating cancer can transform someone’s life and lead to a new sense of gratitude – but it can also usher in a range of physical and emotional challenges.
Osteoporosis is on the rise as 75 million Baby Boomers approach their golden years. Yet many patients and physicians are not aware of what they can do to prevent, slow down and treat the condition, which happens when holes develop in bone, creating a risk of fractures from falls.