Discover these tips for coping and for finding hope when you find out your cancer is terminal and the end of life is near.
A seminal vesicle is often affected when a person gets prostate cancer. Learn what a seminal vesicle is and where it is located in the body.
The seminal vesicles are a pair of glands along the back of the bladder base in men. Their main function is to produce a fluid that makes up semen.
Terminal restlessness, also called terminal agitation, is a distressing type of delirium characterized by agitation and hostility in the days before death.
Triphala has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine to help with digestive problems. Learn whether it's a helpful supplement for managing your IBS.
Why do you get fevers and when should you be concerned about them? Learn about how the body works to fight off illnesses.
Hypertrichosis causes abnormal, sometimes excessive, hair growth. There are different forms, some of which are congenital and others acquired.
The tongue is a muscular organ in the mouth important to eating, taste, and speech. Learn about its anatomy, function, and related medical disorders.
Delirium and terminal restlessness are distressing symptoms that may occur in dying patients. Find out what they are and how to spot and manage them.
Learn why constipation is a common symptom for people with chronic and terminal illnesses but can be prevented with common sense lifestyle practices.