Researchers are working on coronavirus vaccines and treatments. In the meantime, don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Let’s take a look at some of the rumors.
Evelyn Walton's first signs of heart failure were noticed immediately. Her tough spirit, combined with UVA's expert care team, led to a remarkable recovery.
Plant-based burgers and meat are still one of the top trending food items. But, is eating plant-based burgers instead of the real thing really good for you? Registered dietician Katherine Basbaum gives some insight.
Finding it hard to fill your plate with fresh vegetables at this time of year? Use frozen or canned vegetables as they’re healthier than you think.
Food labels don’t currently distinguish between added sugar and natural sugar. It takes more work for people to read labels and find these hidden sugars.
After eating too much Halloween candy, I tried 6 strategies to survive the holidays without overdoing it again. See how my strategies to stop eating sugar held up - both in real life and with UVA registered dietitian Katherine Basbaum.
Stress can negatively impact on your life. Stress and heart disease isn't a good combination as chronic stress has also been linked to heart issues.
Are sugar substitutes toxic for your gut? Recent research suggests that they may be. But is this the final word? We spoke with Amy Doran, MD, to learn more about sugar substitutes and gut toxicity.
Show all of the special people in your life you care this Valentine’s Day. It is Heart Month, after all. So why not plan a Valentine’s Day date night that will make their hearts happy and keep them healthy?
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.
Ozzy Osbourne, rock star and TV personality, recently revealed his Parkinson’s disease diagnosis. This movement disorder affects about 10 million people worldwide. Learn about Parkinson's disease, parkinsonism and getting support.