A sneeze can come at the most inopportune time. You might be driving or waiting in a quiet room. Sneezing is a biological function that's difficult to control, but it's a useful action for the body. Get to know everything about sneezing and why you need it in the first place. The physiological side Your nasal hairs are designed to ...

A bruise is sometimes caused by internal bleeding under the skin. Basically, what happens is when blood vessels collapse, the blood doesn't find its way to bleed out of the skin since it didn't get a cut, so it gets trapped inside of the skin. It's not an injury, but a bruise. It does go away, though, in a few ...

After a meal with many carbohydrates, your body normally makes insulin. The carbohydrates make your blood sugar level rise, which is brought back to the required level by the insulin. If no or too little insulin is made, this process will not go well. A too high blood sugar level can be dangerous. But how do you recognize this? Here are a few ...