People with the condition experience tremors that are, at the very least annoying to them, and at the worst impacting day to day activities.
We don’t talk about peripheral artery disease very often, but this common condition increases your risk for heart disease, heart attack, stroke, infection and amputation.
An article in the Journal Pediatrics supports concerns that children who would not otherwise have smoked are using e-cigarettes.
For people with heart disease or lung problems there is definitely a feeling that it’s dangerous or even impossible to exercise.
So how good is aspirin in the prevention of heart disease.
Depression is known as a strong predictor of poor adherence to many medications.
The cost of treating diabetes is rising, and quickly.
Scientists in India are saying they have a problem with the United States and other western pharmaceutical companies.
One of the biggest concerns for people as they get older is whether they will develop memory problems or not.
At first glance, a report in the Journal Pediatrics is disturbing: swaddling your baby could be associated with an increased risk for SIDS.
Exercise tracking devices make it easy to log daily physical activity and behavior and see your performance over a period of time.
Several major studies have found that students spend more than half the school day sitting.
Researchers say a food program could actually be a tool to help people become healthier.
This fourth of July when you fire up the grill, you could potentially be putting yourself at risk.
Use the Fourth of July weekend to get a start on a summer of exercise—not as a time to get injured and put an end to it.