Menopause is not a sudden event, but it is a natural process of change that women in their 40s or 50s experience. It’s a phase in a woman’s life that often brings about mixed emotions.
Parkinson’s Disease is a debilitating motor condition with no known cause or cure. According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, seven to ten million people worldwide are currently living with this disease.
Pneumonia is a respiratory condition that is caused by an infection of one or both lungs. This is an illness that affects more than a million people each year in the United States.
If you’re worried your high-speed, high-stress, fast food lifestyle may be giving you an ulcer, how can you know for sure? Ulcers affect the inside lining of our digestive tracts, causing persistent, burning and downright distressing pain.
This gland is one of many that make up our endocrine system. Like many other glands within the endocrine system, the thyroid is controlled by another gland, called the pituitary.
Nearly 1 in 15 of us will fall victim to an attack on our appendix at some point in our lives. And while appendicitis occurs most commonly between the ages of 10 and 30, the fact is this potentially life-threatening condition has the ability to strike at almost any age.
Sunburn art involves strategically covering up only a portion of your skin and intentionally getting sunburnt. The point? To have a design literally burnt into your skin. Ouch!