Articles for Tag: "Dr. Tony Hampton"

How to make pain an afterthought on the final leg of a long run 
How to make pain an afterthought on the final leg of a long run
A family medicine physician offers advice on how to face the dreaded final leg of a long run.
New breakthrough in difficult-to-treat condition  Featured
New breakthrough in difficult-to-treat condition
Female hormones may be the key to fighting an autoimmune disease that affects 300,000 Americans.
Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia diagnosis puts spotlight on illness 
Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia diagnosis puts spotlight on illness
The U.S. presidential nominee has pneumonia, her doctor revealed in a statement Sunday. Here’s what you need to know.
When should you toss your food? 
When should you toss your food?
Sell by, best by, use by. It can be confusing knowing just how long to keep food around. Check out these simple guidelines.
In honor of World Hepatitis Day: Understanding viral hepatitis 
In honor of World Hepatitis Day: Understanding viral hepatitis
Elimination is the theme this year. A physician breaks down the five types and offers prevention tips.
5 tips for managing spring allergies  Featured
5 tips for managing spring allergies
Higher than normal pollen counts have the more than 50 million Americans affected by allergies on guard.
Can you prevent a hangover?  Featured
Can you prevent a hangover?
Researchers take a look at what college students say are some popular remedies for relief.