We hear lots of talk about the best diets to prevent heart disease: Here are some tips.
Hepatitis C has been called the disease of the baby boomers because they may have been exposed before we knew much about hepatitis C.
Exercise is one of the best stress busters out there. But, there are also other behaviors you can moderate to make a difference.
As many as 75% of all American women experience hot flashes. Here are some strategies that may help.
A gallbladder attack can mimic other conditions such as appendicitis, ulcers, pancreatitis, reflux disease, and even a heart attack. See a doctor.
Panic disorder impacts six million people and two thirds of them are women.
Research found there is a high level of naturally occurring antioxidants in blueberries. The goal is to fight metabolic syndrome.
Put in its simplest form, the flick of a biological switch could encourage cancer cells to kill themselves and not spread. Researchers are looking for that switch.
Using data from the Census Bureau, it has been projected that by 2020, the degree of physician shortfall will be 50% greater than has been previously estimated.
Women go through many changes as they get older but there is one area which can be affected that few people think of – the metabolism of drugs.
With parents more involved in guiding their kids, there’s a temptation for parents to get over-involved in their children’s sports and provide pressure.
What we think about ourselves can have a big impact on our overall health. But there is help.
Twenty-two million Americans have a substance abuse problem and there is no doubt that alcohol can be a drug of choice.
Blood pressure is not adequately controlled in approximately 75% of adult patients with hypertension.
Can diet have an impact on whether we develop Alzheimer’s or other forms of demetia? The answer is a resounding yes.