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Your abdomen is more than just your stomach and six-pack (for us muscular types). It’s home to many of your vital organs—your intestines and bladder, the reproductive system, the quirky appendix, and more. So when pain strikes, it requires a bit of sleuthing.
Our ankles help carry our body weight without complaint—until a wrong turn leads to a painful twist, sprain, or break. Show them some well-deserved love by keeping them strong.
Anxiety disorders are on the rise. From social phobias to full-on panic attacks, anxiety affects nearly 1 in 5 Americans. Seeking help through a range of therapies can help reduce its grip on you.
Our arm is a powerful resource. Perhaps that is why arm wrestling is a long-honored way to prove one's strength. It's also one of our most used body parts, helping us do so much—lift, move, push, hug.
When managing chronic illnesses like asthma and allergies, the best treatment starts with prevention and planning.
The back is engaged when you bend, twist, walk, sit comfortably, and even contort into the most challenging yoga poses. So it should be no surprise that back pain is one of the most common ailments in modern life.
Full or empty is how you generally think about your bladder, but when the occasional infection hits, the pain becomes your sole focus.
Coursing through your veins and arteries, blood delivers oxygen and nutrients to every cell in your body, is stocked with immune-fighting white blood cells, and last—but never least—has platelets to stop bleeding.
Your brain is the control center for your bodily movement, your senses, and your conscious and unconscious emotions and thoughts. Not to mention that every symptom you have traces back to the brain.
Breasts capture the duality of womanhood. They can be objects of desire and nourishment for children. Yet, every bump and lump evokes a scare.
The gluteus maximus is the powerhouse of the butt—not to mention the largest muscle in your body. It gives you a kickstart when you run, propels you up the stairs, and provides protective padding—along with some needed fat—when you sit.
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