For the millions of people who live with vitiligo, a disease that robs the skin of its natural color, a newly approved cream called ruxolitinib (Opzelura) is quickly becoming a game changer.
Some Americans could pay up to $130 to get a COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer starting in 2023, but most will still get it for free.
Those tougher penalties could include the loss of federal funding if they receive more than one dangerous violation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said Friday. The new penalties will apply to fewer than 0.5% of U.S. nursing homes that are already designated as a "special focus facility" because of a previous violation.
When you have prostate cancer, exercise can improve your strength, stamina and mood. Find out the benefits of exercise for men with prostate cancer.
Employees may not realize they can ask for accommodations, experts say, while inexperienced employers may not know how to help, or what to do with an employee who suddenly may only be able to function at 50% capacity.
Crohn's disease remission is more than just a lack of symptoms. Find out what's considered remission for Crohn's disease.
Sleeping 7 hours or more but less than 9 hours every night is ideal and can help keep heart disease at bay.
After surviving a stroke in the spring, the primary care physician for Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman says the Senate candidate has an auditory processing disorder but “no work restrictions.”
So you've been diagnosed with Crohn's disease. You have some questions. We have some experts with some answers.
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This past Monday was the long-anticipated debut of over-the-counter hearing aids, the day they could be sold at stores, pharmacies, and online after the FDA signed off on these less expensive options that require no health care professional’s input.
In an unanimous vote on Thursday, a panel of U.S. vaccine experts recommended that COVID shots be added to the list of recommended vaccinations for children and adults.
The hives of CSU can be tricky to manage. You and your doctor can try medications to ease your symptoms. But other changes might make a difference, too.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy released a report on Thursday that links low wages, discrimination, harassment, overwork and long commutes to physical health conditions, including cancer and heart disease.
CSU can be frustrating, but the worst part might be when the hives don’t go away on their own. New treatments can help.
Hives themselves are very common. So what sets chronic spontaneous urticaria apart?
Rapes and other forms of sexual assault occur every 68 seconds in the United States, and their number rose from 93,000 in 2006 to nearly 140,000 in 2019, according to data from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
What you should know about chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), including symptoms, triggers, treatment, and a link to autoimmune disease.
Are your eyes dry, uncomfortable, and bulging? You could have thyroid eye disease, especially if you already have Graves’ disease. Learn more about TED.