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A 40-hour work week can be tiring and draining, so we often look to our hobbies to provide some necessary rest and relaxation.

From the French Open to Wimbledon, tennis is one of the world’s most popular sports to watch.

What do you look for when you select a new pair of shoes?

Whether you’re running errands or running a marathon, activewear provides the perfect combination of style, function and comfort. That is, unless you have heartburn.

There are several lifestyle changes that can reduce the occurrence of acid reflux – eating smaller portions, avoiding common trigger foods and not smoking – but one of the most effective yet overlooked therapies is exercise.

Did you know that eight-tenths of our memories and knowledge is acquired through our sense of sight?

One of the side effects of untreated celiac disease is osteoporosis, a disease that decreases your bone density and makes bones thin and brittle. Low bone density often manifests itself by backaches, stooped posture, and fractures of the wrist, spine or

You might be worried that your upcoming colonoscopy will hurt, but don’t look for sympathy from Justin O. Schmidt, a biologist at Southwest Biological Institute.

If you have a condition like cataracts, macular degeneration or glaucoma, you remember what it was like to have clearer vision. It may not be as easy to read food labels and recipe cards these days, but there is no reason to give up your culinary skills.

Hiker’s knee is a common condition among avid hikers.

Do you struggle to stay on track with your fitness goals?

Just as Hamlet pondered the fine line between life and death in his famous soliloquy, you may feel like you are taking your life in your hands when you get behind the wheel.

Osteoporosis is a degenerative condition that causes the bones to become weak, brittle and prone to fractures. In patients with osteoporosis, bone loss occurs at a faster rate than it can be replaced, leading to an overall decrease in bone mass.

Research shows that the risk of colorectal cancer increases with age, but experts have noticed a disturbing trend – incidence rates are rising rapidly among younger generations.

When it comes to headaches, eye strain is often the culprit.

Did you know that cataract surgery is one of the safest and most common surgeries performed in the United States? Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss in the world, but sight can be restored by removing the deteriorated lens and replacing it with

Summer days are here again, and with them come the sniffling, sneezing, scratchy throat and itchy eyes.

When heartburn strikes, you’ve only got one thing on your mind: finding relief – fast! For many people this means heading to the medicine cabinet for their trusted antacid medication. But wouldn’t it be nice to stop heartburn before it starts?

Age-related cataracts are somewhat of a misnomer these days because cataracts can develop at any age. Just like the development of wrinkles, the age at which you develop cataracts depends on many factors ranging from genetics to lifestyle habits.

Hands that ache, wrists that pop and knees that creak as you climb the stairs – are these normal parts of aging or early signs of arthritis?