By Eva Briggs My husband, his mother and three of his four siblings have dimples. No one in my family has dimples. It took
By Eva Briggs A patient recently was concerned about an insect pest that I’d learned about in medical school but hadn’t thought about since.
Insects are a source of protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats By Eva Briggs While my daughter was an exchange student in Ecuador, she
Over 80 percent of babies are born with some sort of birthmark By Eva Briggs Birthmarks are skin irregularities present at birth or appearing
By Eva Briggs A friend who recently had hip replacement surgery suffered a dislocated hip about a month after her surgery. It turns out
By Eva Briggs Up to 75 percent of people with dementia have behavior changes that could drive even the most patient caregivers bonkers. They
By Eva Briggs Several years ago, while on an extended backpacking trip of the Appalachian Trail, I noticed pain in my right heel. It
Sometimes it represents a serious, life threatening disease By Eva Briggs Most people assume that when their ear hurts, it must be an infection.
Winter is just getting started, so it’s time to equip yourself for safety to reduce your chance of becoming an accident victim By Eva
By Eva Briggs Diplopia, the official name for double vision, means seeing two images of a single object. The two images could be side