You may be one of the growing number of Americans (or global citizens) who has a bit of nomophobia.
You’ve heard the adage: Shaving your legs makes hair grow in thicker and darker. But is it true? No, says Tulane University dermatologist Ron Davis, MD. Your hair grows in follicles beneath the skin, and nothing you do to your leg hair on top of the skin can change its diameter...Read More
Alternative ear infection treatments abound on the internet and in books and magazines. They include chiropractic adjustments, homeopathy, herbal eardrops and others. Perhaps you're seeking alternative treatments for your or your child's ear infection because you're concerned about using antibiotics or because your doctor has recommended watchful waiting. You may turn...Read More
Dogs are sending us an early warning signal about the spread of a potentially deadly tapeworm in North America. The tapeworm, Echinococcus multilocularis, is normally found in rodents and other wild animals, including coyotes and foxes, but can spill over into cats and dogs – and even humans....Read More