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Even Women Doctors Find Their Symptoms Aren’t Taken Seriously

Female doctors-turned-patients share their insights about why women’s symptoms are so often dismissed – and how to fix it.

Could U.S. Measles Cases Break a Record This Year? What to Know

Within the first 3 months of 2024, the U.S. surpassed the total number of measles cases recorded in all of 2023. Could the nation break a record this year? Here's what to know.

Tim O’Connell, CEO, emtelligent

by: matthew holt

Tim O’Connell discusses emtelligent’s capability to take unstructured clinical data and using NLP, match it to clinical ontologies and figure out what disease patients have, and enable payers and providers to doContinue reading...

Emulsifiers Make Food Appetizing yet Bring Health Dangers

Emulsifiers don’t necessarily equal junk food. Such substances can be found in many foods that are often considered healthy, such as some low-fat Greek yogurts, trail mix bars, or oat milk.

Tylenol During Pregnancy Not Linked to Higher Risk of ADHD, Autism

New findings should bring comfort to pregnant people who need pain relief, given that full-dose aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been shown to pose serious risks to pregnant patients.

Tips and Strategies for Managing Life With Children With ADHD

Parents and caregivers of children with ADHD share their advice on how to help manage symptoms, teach coping skills, and improve daily life.

How to Retool Your Parenting Skills When Raising a Child With ADHD

A new diagnosis calls for an adjustment to your discipline strategy. Here’s what may work best for your child.

Helping Your Child Come to Terms With Their ADHD

A new diagnosis can bring relief -- but also new worries. Here’s how to navigate them with your child.

Health Care’s Debt Problem

by: matthew holt

By KIM BELLARD Among the many things that infuriate me about the U.S. healthcare system, health systems sending their patients to collections – or even suing them – is pretty high onContinue reading...

Have Health Questions? Ask S.A.R.A.H., an AI Health Assistant

S.A.R.A.H., which stands for Smart AI Resource Assistant for Health, uses Open AI’s GPT (generative pretrained transformer) large language model to answer a wide range of health questions.

How to Deal With Side Effects of Multiple Myeloma Treatment

Diagnosed with multiple myeloma? WebMD shows how you can conquer treatment-related side effects.

David Lareau, CEO, Medicomp

by: matthew holt

Medicomp provides a medical database within an EMR and which delivers all the diagnoses and other information directly to the clinician. It represents the note to the physician as a SMART onContinue reading...

How to Find an OB/GYN Supportive of Transgender Pregnancies

Many transgender men and nonbinary people can carry a pregnancy. Here are tips to find an OB/GYN who will offer supportive transgender pregnancy care.

What’s Next in Health Care for Older Adults: Questions and Answers With John Whyte, MD

As WebMD’s chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, is in a unique position to see both the current state of medical care for America’s older adults and the way things are trending for the future. We asked him to share his insight on a few topics, along with a bit of advice.

Lessons In Cleaning House

Quick tips that encourage your child to help with cleaning the house

How Your ‘Sleep Style’ Can Determine Your Long-Term Health

The way you sleep – or don’t -- can be surprisingly impactful. The type of sleeper you are may profoundly influence the roadmap your health takes for a decade or longer. Here's what to know.

When Autism Is Diagnosed in Adults

Can you get diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as an adult? Find out what that is like.

Why Saying ‘Hello, Stranger’ Could Be Key to Better Health

We tend to keep to ourselves in public – but experts say chatting with acquaintances and bystanders could be good for our mood and physical health.

Collagen Supplements for Skin, Hair, and Nails: What to Know

Data on collagen supplements is more plentiful than in the past, though still murky. Collagen supplements appear to be safe to take and somewhat effective, depending on what problem you’re trying to solve, what type of supplement you take, and which ingredients are included. Here's what to know.

IgA Nephropathy and Social Support

IgA nephropathy can be challenging, but a support system makes it easier to manage. Learn how to take steps to stay connected to your community when dealing with this disease.

Your Mental and Kidney Health

IgA nephropathy can raise your chances of depression, anxiety, and stress. Here are some steps you can take to manage your mental and kidney health.

The Influencer: How Finding Her Voice Inspired a Community of Self-Healers

An Instagram influencer helps other people with Crohn’s and IBD heal themselves

The Need for Better Minority Enrollment in Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trials

African Americans are more likely to develop multiple myeloma but are underrepresented in clinical trials. Here’s why and what can be done about it.

An Urgent Call to Raise Awareness of Heart Disease in Women

by: matthew holt

By KELLY CARROLL There is a dire need to raise awareness about heart disease in women. It is the number one killer of American women, and key data points reveal a lackContinue reading...

How My New Golf Hobby Made Me Healthier in Unexpected Ways

The “spillover effect” teaches us that doing one healthy thing can lead to a whole lot more – if you can stick with it and move past the bad shots.

Yoga Fitness

There are many traditional fitness modalities from Asia that aim to cultivate the body and spirit together. Let's look at yoga.

Tips to Feel Better All Day

What are the most important steps to follow if you want to feel good from morning to night?

Yoga for Stress Management

The benefits of yoga include decreased stress and tension, increased strength and balance, increased flexibility, and lowered blood pressure -- so isn't it time you started?

Pick the Right Supplements and Vitamins

Should you take supplements? Can they do you more harm than good? Learn if you need them and how to pick the right ones for you.

Herbs, Vitamins, and Supplements Used to Enhance Mood

Some supplements reportedly boost mood -- but what does the evidence show for mood enhancers?