Don’t stress over fad diets, new exercise programs or what the scale says. Instead, make one simple change at a time to improve your health.
When winter rolls around and temperatures get cold, snowy or icy, you can protect your heart, and prevent a heart attack during the winter months.
The coronavirus is spreading around the world. But are YOU in danger? Do you need to worry? Our infectious disease expert, William Petri, MD, serves up the facts.
It seems impossible to resist a craving for sugar – and you don’t even realize how much sugar you’re consuming. So how do you start cutting out sugar?
Pap smears detect most pre-cancers before they become cervical cancer, but is that enough to protect you? Take this quiz to get the facts.
The ink used in tattoos can have heavy metals and other cancer-causing toxins. Ryan Smith, MD, discusses some of the risks you should know before getting a tattoo.
Eating healthy is one of the best things you can do for your body and you don’t have to break the bank. These tips can help to eating healthy on a budget.
New year + new beginnings = New Year’s resolutions. Providers support positive change, but some worry that it can lead to over-exercising and injury.
Soups are high in sodium, fat and calories, but it’s possible to enjoy this season staple with some healthy substitutions to make a healthy soup.
From heart disease prevention to stress relief, cardiologist Brandy Patterson, MD, shares some of the key reasons sex may be good medicine.