Fainting vs. Seizure: How to Tell the Difference

Seizures and fainting can look similar, but the causes and treatments are different.

What You Need to Know About Kidney Stones

Passing a kidney stone is said to be the worst physical pain a person can experience. We asked Dr. Brian Benway, director of the Comprehensive Kidney Stone Program, what they are and how to avoid them.

How to Address Uncomfortable Topics With Your Doctor

Don't know how to address uncomfortable topics with your physician? Try this go-to guide on how to address uncomfortable topics with your doctor.

Ask a Doc: What Is Texting Thumb?

All that texting, swiping, and scrolling can send you to the doctor as well as to your favorite apps. It can lead to inflammation, pain, and even surgery.

Dealing with Stress: Know the Hidden Symptoms

Stress always finds a way of making itself known. Cedars-Sinai experts break down why these side effects of stress occur and how to find relief.

Essential Oils: What You Need to Know

Essential oils may have seeped into the mainstream, but the evidence isn't all that clear. We asked Dr. Susan Rabizadeh what you need to know.

What to Do If You’re Bitten by a Snake

For tips on preventing snakebites and info on what to do if you are bitten, we talked to Dr. Sam Torbati, co-chair of Emergency Medicine at Cedars-Sinai.

Mumps: What You Need to Know

Mumps used to be an achy, swollen-faced illness that most kids miserably weathered over a couple of weeks—while others dealt with complications that lasted a lifetime. Thanks to vaccines, mumps is dramatically less common than it used to...

What Is Tennis Elbow?

Tennis elbow can happen after many activities. To understand the injury, and how to treat it, we asked sports medicine physician, Dr. Kenton Fibel.

Generic vs. Brand-Name Drugs: What’s the Difference?

Pharmacist Tattika Soreta answers common questions about generic vs. name-brand drugs.

Can Digital Devices Help Exercise Your Pelvic Floor?

More and more gizmos are popping up to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles.

Psychology of Men's Sexual Health

There are many factors that could lead to erectile dysfunction that may not be solved by a pill.