Understanding the physiological changes happening in your body — and how those fluctuations affect your mood, sleep, eating habits and more — empowers you to alter your behaviors and habits. The goal: to maximize your potential week to week.
Does cracking your knuckles cause arthritis? Nicole Deal, MD, a specialist in hand surgery at the UVA Hand Center, helped answer the question.
Having multiple prescriptions could accidentally lead to medication mishaps. Get tips for understanding your medications and managing them safely.
What in the world does it mean when you hear someone say “triple-negative breast cancer” or “hormone-receptor positive breast cancer”? Learn about the different types of breast cancer.
When it comes to morning beverages of choice — tea vs. coffee — it’s not uncommon for people to pick sides. But research has shown that coffee and tea have a variety of health benefits.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve or cope with loss or tragedy. Here's 15 strategies to try that can help you through your darkest days.
Instead of pounding the pavement for over an hour every day to achieve that 10,000-step goal, try incorporating higher-intensity exercises into your routine.
Last month, the FDA issued a recall for Zantac, and many retailers have pulled the product from their shelves. So, what should you do if you’re one of the millions of Americans that take this drug for ulcers or heartburn? John Davison, MD, weighs in with all the details.
Since HIV and cancer treatment may both weaken your immune system, how does that affect your plan? Here's what you need to know.
If these age-related fitness myths have been keeping you on the couch, it may be time to change your thinking – and your attitude towards fitness.