If you’re feeling nauseated after eating, it could be a result of a number of conditions. Here’s what to know if this happens to you.
Have you ever been so stressed that you felt nauseated or even threw up? Turns out, stress-induced nausea is a real thing. Our family medicine specialist shares effective ways of dealing with — and avoiding — stress nausea.
Time to pop out the bubbly — water, that is! Sparkling water has become a popular alternative to soda, giving fun, fruity twists to your everyday hydration habits. But is it healthy? A registered dietitian weighs in.
Poop that’s green, red or some other hue is probably due to something you ate — but it could be a sign of health issues, too. A gastroenterologist explains.
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The shape, color and smell of your poop can provide key information about your health. Here’s what you can learn from it.
The easiest way to take in more vitamin B12 is by enriching your diet with certain foods, not supplements.
How long alcohol stays in your system depends on several factors. Learn how the body gets rid of alcohol and what affects this process.
You’ve read up on what to expect when you’re expecting, but you probably didn’t expect to have so much trouble pooping. But constipation is a common side effect of pregnancy. Here’s why you can’t seem to go and what you can do about it.
If you’re sick, eating bland foods like bananas, rice, applesauce and toast may alleviate symptoms.
The taste of raw cookie dough is so popular, it’s become an ice cream flavor. But there’s danger in that deliciousness due to flour and eggs. Here’s why you should hold off sampling your cookies until they are baked.