CNN Site Map for Section Health (Galleries) for December - 2017
- 2017-12-21Women who are menstruating have options. Period panties, like these created by Thinx, are absorbent and moisture-wicking. They're reusable and replace panty liners or tampons for some women on some days of their cycle.
- 2017-12-21No, don't toss it out. This unappetizing root is an excellent source of vitamins C and K, and it has no fat or cholesterol. It also is a good way to get some manganese, potassium, phosphorous and -- what else -- fiber into your diet. Make roasted ce
- 2017-12-21According to the old rule of thumb, you're supposed to drink eight glasses of water per day (and some experts recommend even more). That can seem like a daunting task on some days, but here's the catch: You don't have to drink all that wate
- 2017-12-18Avery Reilly, 10, bottom left, can't walk or talk because of a rare condition. But her family has helped her lead a fulfilling life. Every year, the Reilly family -- from left, Trinity, Avery, Helena, Brennan, Emory and Presley -- vacations near Ceme
- 2017-12-18Eight-year-old Maiya, who has alopecia totalis, received a Jasmine wig from the Magic Yarn Project after losing all her hair. The "Aladdin" heroine is one of her favorite princesses because she followed her heart.
- 2017-12-14Selena Gomez's struggle with lupus has forced her to undergo chemotherapy, and she revealed in September that she'd had a kidney transplant because of the disease.
- 2017-12-12Penguins have long held a place of honor in cartoons as adorable friends or comic relief, but the waddling black and white birds weren't always so cute in real life as they were in films like "Happy Feet."
- 2017-12-06Who invented spanking? Christians point to Proverbs 13:24: "Whoever spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is diligent to discipline him." However, Olivier Maurel, a retired French teacher author, said the practice appears to be univ
- 2017-12-01The Hastings River mouse is rat-size in adulthood. This nocturnal rodent lives in upland forests.
- 2017-12-01Hope Holets was born in October after an Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officer agreed to adopt the child from her homeless mother, who is addicted to opioids. Police officer Ryan Holets and his family say Hope suffered the painful process of detoxing an