About 86 million Americans have pre-diabetes, meaning they're at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. Many of them don't realize it, according to Jennifer Kirby, MD, an endocrinologist and diabetes specialist. More »
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Quitting smoking can be really tough. The upcoming Great American Smokeout on November 17 is an opportunity to make a plan. More »
Limb length discrepancy, a condition where kids have one leg shorter than the other, often starts out very subtly. But more dramatic differences, an inch or more, can cause a significant limp and throw off the body's dynamics. More »
You did it. You ran an entire marathon without dying, you crossed the finish line, and now you're done, right? Not so fast. More »
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the pink is upon us. Research proves that breast cancer screening saves lives, according to the National Cancer Institute. More »
Birth rates for women ages 15-19 years are at a historic low, according to the CDC. But U.S. teen pregnancy rates are still higher than other western industrialized nations. More »