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Aches and Pains

Whether you're dealing with back pain, headaches and migraines, stomach pain or other discomforts, we've got resources and expert advice that can help you find relief.

Dragon breath? Trouble down below? We asked doctors to decipher your most embarrassing bodily symptoms.

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Prevent attacks before they even start by learning what sets them off. The key is to stick to a schedule.

Not all head pain is created equal. By identifying which type of ache you have now, you'll be able to keep it a bay in the future.

The best way to beat a headache or migraine isn't to suffer through it. Learn how to prevent the pain — and how stop the throbbing if it starts.

Nearly 30 million women are touched by arthritis. And that number is on the rise. But you don't have to be held prisoner to the stiffness or suffer any longer.

Important info about your overall health may literally be at your fingertips, according to Debra Jaliman, M.D., a dermatologist and member of the Family Circle Health Advisory Board.

Stop dreading the dentist. Improved equipment and techniques make treating tooth problems fast and (almost) pain-free.

Pinpointing the exact cause of your pain, whether it's stress, the weather, or even your hormones, can help you stop the throbbing before it starts.

Find out how to get relief for this common foot condition.

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Simple steps from the experts to ease aches and make you feel better fast.

Whatever your pain type (chronic or occasional, mild or severe, a tension headache or knock-you-out-of-commission migraine) we have the cure.

Whether your back pain and backache are new or chronic, it's time to feel better. Find the best treatment that'll bring you back pain relief.

No one's immune from occasional upset stomachs, and nearly 40% of us will likely struggle with more serious digestive disorders like ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Millions of Americans are being diagnosed with arthritis in their 40s, sometimes even younger.