Although menopause is a natural part of aging for women, many women aren’t happy when they start recognizing the signs.
April is National Donate Life Month and a good time to remind people that organ donation is not just something you agree to upon your death.
It is hard to believe, but in 2019 we are talking about a measles outbreak. Already more than 225 cases have been confirmed this year and 12 states have reported cases.
Spring is in the air—and it could have you sneezing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 20 million American adults and six million children experience seasonal allergies every year.
A myth is advice that becomes popular without facts to back it up. When it comes to healthy eating, it can be challenging to sort through what’s fact and what’s a myth.
The role of caregiver for a loved one can be overwhelming. Not only are you watching your loved one suffer from illness, dementia, disability, or advanced age, you are also keeping their life—and your life—running smoothly
If there were a screening test that could dramatically decrease your risk for developing the second deadliest cancer in the United States, would you take it?
As you age, it is important to stay socially active as well as physically active. However, the older you get, the fewer opportunities you have for socialization and your desire to stay physically fit often decreases.
Stop your heart attack emergency right now before it begins. Many people who reach the point of having a heart attack say they didn’t know they were at risk. Have you discussed your risks with your family doctor recently?
Every doctor recommends regular physical activity as an important part of your overall health, but did you know exercising when you have cancer can provide additional physical and psychological benefits?
When you picture heart disease, you may think of someone 60 or older who is overweight and not in great health. The truth is, the risk for heart disease starts developing in your 20s and 30s. As the rate of obesity rises in the United States and people li
There are many ways to improve your health, well-being, and chances of living longer. Typically, Americans will try to lose weight, exercise daily, and eat well. While all of those play an important role in your health and happiness, studies show people w