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ADHD Rates Doubled Among U.S. Adults Over 10 Years

Share on: FRIDAY, Nov. 1, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- If the latest statistics are any indication, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is no longer an issue for children only.Over a 10-year p...[Read More]

5 Things No One Tells You About Living With Lung Cancer

Given that lung cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States, you’d think we’d talk about it more. While you might see stories (like this one) about the condition around th...[Read More]

All the Things It’s Okay to Feel When Your Loved One Has Lung Cancer

Allison J. Applebaum, Ph.D., will be the first to tell you that a family member’s cancer diagnosis can knock your whole world off-kilter. As the director of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Ca...[Read More]

How I Cope With Triple Negative Breast Cancer Recurrence Fears

Stephanie Johnson was 38 when she was diagnosed with stage 3 triple negative breast cancer in September 2011. After learning that she had the BRCA1 gene mutation, which can greatly increase your risk ...[Read More]

Taking Tylenol While Pregnant May Increase Risk of ADHD, Study Says

Tylenol is the one of the few over-the-counter pain medications that doctors say is safe for women to use throughout their pregnancy. But a recent study from John Hopkins University points to a link b...[Read More]

11 Physical Symptoms of Anxiety, Because It’s Not All Mental

The physical symptoms of anxiety don’t get as much attention as the mental and emotional effects. Which, understandable. The overwhelming worry and fear that characterize anxiety can be debilitating. ...[Read More]

What Determines Breast Size: 7 Things That Influence Your Boob Size

Most body parts grow to a certain size and then stop. Your breast size, on the other hand, is a completely different story. Your boobs can actually change size and shape throughout your life. So what ...[Read More]

8 Questions to Ask After a Triple Negative Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Brandie Miller was alone in a room at her parents’ house when she got the phone call diagnosing her with triple negative breast cancer. She can flash back to that terrible moment with ease. It was Jul...[Read More]

One Mom’s Story of Infertility Struggles and Survivor’s Guilt

I always thought that getting pregnant would be easy. Afterall, that’s what my PE teacher in high school said: Sex would inevitably result in a baby, an STD or both. I spent my twenties trying not to ...[Read More]

Entry for Best of Baby Awards 2020 Is Now Open!

Calling all baby products! Entry for The Bump’s Best of Baby 2020 Awards is now open! Every year, we scour the interwebs for safest, most innovative and best practice baby products to make parents’ li...[Read More]

25 Actually Useful Gifts All Practical People Will Appreciate 2019

It’s hard to know what to buy as a gift for the person you don’t know terribly well, or the person with unswervingly practical tastes. You ideally want something that doesn't add clutter, and isn't st...[Read More]

No, You Don’t Just Grow Out Of Excessive Sweating

My mother recalls having to ring out my socks when I was little, and how I would often need help opening door knobs and other items that required a good grip. At school, I had trouble holding a pen an...[Read More]