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What does a lump in the left breast mean?

Date: Feb-19-2019
Breast lumps can develop in the left or right breast, or in both. In this article, we look at what people should do if they find a lump, along with what it might mean, types, diagnosis, and when to see a doctor.

What gluten-free food can I eat?

Date: Feb-19-2019
Gluten-free foods may help people lose weight and also prevent any symptoms in those who are sensitive to gluten. Examples include vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins. Learn more here.

Sore throat and rash: Strep infection and other causes

Date: Feb-19-2019
Strep throat is a common bacterial infection that typically leads to a sore, scratchy throat. Sometimes, it can also cause a rash. Several other conditions that can also cause both a sore throat and a rash. Learn more about those conditions here.

Which foods are rich in vitamin A?

Date: Feb-19-2019
Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that plays a role in a range of bodily processes, such as immune function and vision. Here, we discuss 14 of the best food sources of vitamin A.

What are the best lower chest exercises?

Date: Feb-19-2019
People can strengthen and define the lower chest by performing exercises that target the pectoral muscles. These exercises use either barbells, dumbbells, cables, or a person's own body weight. In this article, we look at five specific strength training exercises for the lower chest.

How to treat pinkeye at home

Date: Feb-19-2019
Pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, is a common eye condition. People can relieve irritation, itchiness, and discomfort at home, using various natural remedies. In this article, we discuss five possible home remedies for pinkeye.

Flu breakthrough: Universal vaccine may be in sight

Date: Feb-19-2019
In a discovery that the researchers have deemed to be 'paradigm-shifting,' 'killer' immune cells may offer protection against all types of flu virus.

New stem cells could be 'universally transplanted'

Date: Feb-19-2019
Researchers have designed a type of stem cell that should be able to withhold transplantation into any recipient without facing rejection.

Self-destruction system in TB bacteria may lead to 'perfect drug'

Date: Feb-19-2019
Scientists zoom in on the 'toxin-antitoxin' system that the tuberculosis bacterium naturally contains, in the hope that it can help design better drugs.

How to stretch your hands and wrists

Date: Feb-19-2019
Keeping the hands and wrists strong and mobile can help reduce the chances of injury. These stretches can help anyone who regularly works with their hands reduce stiffness and avoid complications.