Big surprise, if your doctor could stand to lose a few pounds chances are he won’t tell you to.
They’re being pressured to accept medical supplies that in many cases they don’t want or even need! 3 On Your Side has a warning for seniors and their families.
Following bariatric surgery, weight loss alone is not the only risk for cardiovascular disease. A healthy diet is crucial.
The rise in Type 2 diabetes is concerning because if it is not controlled it can cause long term damage of the blood vessels, the eyes and the kidneys.
Now a report in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism finds that people who drink too much have increased odds of developing metabolic syndrome.
A new study finds that, in women, there is an association between rotating night shift work and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
According to a new study of over 1.5-million people living in southwestern Sweden, people who have diabetes or are obese are at greater risks of developing breast cancer.
A group of West Chester teens are making a difference by helping to raise money to cure diabetes.
The more weight you carry on your body, the greater the odds of developing cancer.
Getting a dental check-up can do more than keep your teeth and mouth healthy.
Doctors say it’s as simple as following time-honored advice: get a good night’s sleep.
The strips, which measure blood glucose levels, can cost as much as a dollar apiece but insurance reduces that amount. The “cash for strips” business buys extra strips at that reduced rate and resells them for a profit.
We know that problems we face as children can have long term psychological effects on people as adults. Now results of a new study show that they also have substantial effects on physical health as well.
Up to 40% of heart attacks involve symptoms that are not so simple to detect — symptoms like nausea, weakness and perspiration.
Thousands turned out to watch and to participate in the annual Philadelphia triathlon in Fairmount Park.