Research shows that regularly writing down what’s on your mind can help you release emotions and make sense of what’s going on in your life. It can also help improve your relationships with others, lower your blood pressure, and decrease symptoms of depression.
If you have the eye disease known as age-related macular degeneration or AMD, missing even a single visit can worsen your vision, a new study finds. And if your eyes are healthy now, regular exams can help keep them that way.
Losing weight may help protect women against breast cancer (after menopause) and men from aggressive types of prostate cancer.
You brush and floss daily and visit your dentist regularly. So you’re doing your duty to maintain your oral hygiene, right? Well, not exactly.
Nicotine, one of the main chemicals in tobacco, is the primary reason that smoking is so addictive. Even though most smokers know that smoking is bad for them, they find it difficult to quit because of the nicotine's effect.