It’s important to treat a concussion to avoid the neurological symptoms that can go with it. But it’s even more important to prevent one.
Lyme disease, a sometimes serious illness transmitted by ticks, is on the rise in Canada. Here’s how to prevent it from putting the bite on you.
High blood pressure (or hypertension) is called the silent killer. But there’s a lot you can do to manage this potentially deadly condition.
Summer is all about fun and relaxation. But it’s important to play safely near the water and in the heat.
Skin cancer is being diagnosed in more and more people under age 40. So if you’re spending time in the sun, wear a hat and load up on the sunscreen.
If you’re planning a trip — especially to an exotic locale — make sure you know what shots you need, well ahead of time.
Your doctor is increasingly pressed for time – and so are you. Here’s how you can use your next appointment wisely.
Autism symptoms vary dramatically but there are some signs to watch out for and some therapies that can help.