The Guide to Depression

More than 19 million adults experience depression each year in the United States. Many of them will be unnecessarily incapacitated for the duration of their illness. Nearly twice as many women (12 percent) as men (7 percent) suffer from depression… Continue Reading

The Lyme Disease Guide

Lyme disease was discovered in, and named after, Lyme, Connecticut in the mid-1970s when doctors noted a relatively large number of area children developing arthritis (joint swelling). Doctors soon realized that many of these children lived near wooded tick-infested areas… Continue Reading

The Guide to Acne

  Acne Vulgaris, most commonly known as acne, is the most common skin problem treated by physicians in United States. In fact, it is estimated that 17 million people in the United States suffer from acne, including 85% of adolescents… Continue Reading