Once you read these women's stories, you'll realize how much you don't know about a disease that strikes 29 million people in the U.S.
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Whether you've been diagnosed with breast cancer or are overdue for a mammogram, here are the questions you need to be asking right now.
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Neurologist Maria De Leon confronts her own perplexing symptoms.
Slouching isn't sexy. Neither is back pain. Follow our expert advice and avoid the pitfalls of poor posture in five easy moves.
12 moves that'll strengthen your skeleton.
Surprising new research on autism, the developmental disorder that is diagnosed in one out of every 45 American kids.
These three cancer survivors went to great lengths to keep their diagnosis under wraps. When they finally did go public, the reveal was not at all what they'd expected.
Survivor secrets for preventing, managing and overcoming the number one health threat to women: heart disease.
Our comprehensive guide to treating—and preventing—back pain.
When traditional doctors failed to get Tammy Worth's symptoms diagnosed, she turned to a naturopath.
Get your child schooled in CPR ASAP.
These few adjustments will help you wake up pain-free.
Kathleen M. Reilly faced more questions than answers after identifying her mysterious illness.
After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Sally Koslow found a surprising upside to the illness.
Cutting-edge research and studies are changing how this disease (which strikes 29 million Americans) is classified, treated and prevented.
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