Sleep and Aging
Half of all adults over the age of 65 have sleep problems. WebMD looks at how aging can affect sleep patterns.
Guide to Pill Splitting
Some people split their pills in half to save money on prescription drugs. If you do, be sure to do it safely. Here’s how.
Rehab After a Stroke
Find out how a rehab program can help you relearn skills like speech and walking after you've had a stroke.
Rehab After a Heart Attack
Find out how cardiac rehab can help you recover from a heart attack, rebuild your strength, and help you return to work and the activities you love.
What Is Occupational Therapy?
Find out how an occupational therapist can help you regain independence after you've been hurt or had surgery.
Rehab to Ease Back Pain
Find out how physical therapy can make your back hurt less and let you move around more easily.
Mistakes After Surgery That Slow Your Recovery
You'll recover from an operation faster if you avoid some common errors, like going back to work too soon or skipping your physical therapy exercises.
Rehab for Ligaments and Tendons
Find out what to expect from physical therapy if you have a sprain, strain, or tear to one of your ligaments or tendons.
Rehab After Knee or Hip Replacement
Find out how physical therapy after knee or hip replacement surgery can ease your pain and stiffness and get you back doing the activities you love.
15 Medical Conditions That Make It Tough to Eat
Some medical conditions can make it hard to eat, chew, digest, or keep your food down. In many cases, there are things you can do to help offset those problems.