You've heard of them, you've probably even used them, but do you really know what Kegels are & why they matter? Get answers from our pelvic medicine expert Jennifer Dillman, NP.
One in three adults over age 65 falls each year, so it's important to improve balance as you age. Falls often result in injuries or broken bones.
Family members have been passing down these old wives tales about common cold remedies for generations. Sorry, grandma! Susan Werner, MD, debunks them right in time for flu season.
If you go to a local high school, UVA or JMU sporting event, UVA sports medicine doctors will likely be there ready to help athletes if they get injured. Learn more about the care that this team provides and how it can benefit regular patients too.
Popcorn lung: It sounds delicious, but it's actually an incurable lung disease. Find out why you should watch what you eat, breathe, and vape, too. Two lung doctors tell the story - and explain the risks.
Can you get poison ivy rash from dead plants? Are some people immune to getting the rash? Get answers to these questions and more in our poison ivy myths vs. facts.
The prospect of joining a cancer clinical trial is exciting. How can you evaluate your options while maintaining realistic expectations?
You likely already know how important it is to stay hydrated so if you don't prefer water, try these tips to add flavor and fun to make water taste better.
You can help to identify your likelihood of developing the condition through genetic testing that identifies specific genetic mutations that cause cancer.
Regaining your strength after chemo is an essential part of the recovery process. Read on for ways to incorporate strength training into your routine.