Although you cannot control certain risk factors for CVD—like age, gender, race or ethnicity and family history – there are steps you can take that may help prevent CVD.
This condition is not typically diagnosed but could be affecting the health of many people.
The fiber and water in fruits can help you feel full and make it easier to manage your weight. Plus, fruits provide lots of other nutrients to help keep you healthy.
If your man climaxes more quickly than you'd like, find out how you can prolong the pleasure for both of you.
If you want to lose weight, consider drinking more green tea. Just 2.5 cups per day can help you drop unwanted pounds.
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Some teas can help you shed pounds. Find out how teas can play a role in helping slim your waistline and other health benefits.
Confused about the pros and cons of testosterone therapy? Diffuse the myths and learn the facts.
"I've learned now that not all health issues present themselves—some are silently lurking inside you and, without regular screening, we may miss them."
All pain relievers are not created equal. Tylenol (acetaminophen) may be better for headaches while Advil (ibuprofen) may work better for muscle pain and inflammation.
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Proper hand-washing with soap and water is one of the best ways to protect yourself during the cold and flu season.
If someone is hospitalized for a painful gallbladder attack, new research suggests that surgery probably shouldn't wait.
It’s hard to do anything while you’re having a migraine, but understanding what’s happening to you may help.
New research links caffeine consumption to a healthy gut microbiome -- the trillions of microorganisms that live in your digestive tract and affect your overall health.
Changing your general outlook on life by boosting positivity can put you in a better frame of mind to meet your physical goals. Here's how to get started.
Gail started advocating for herself by really understanding her triggers. Read her story.
Do you look at your pee before you flush? Here’s why you should.
Learn how to feed yourself and your family a menu that will make your cardiologist smile.
Women who experienced their first menstruation at an early or late age have a higher risk of developing major adverse cardiac events. Read about this and other health headlines.
How health care providers can help people prone to migraines avoid triggers when they visit hospitals or health care provider offices.
Surprisingly, we're still on a learning curve when it comes to the availability of electronic health records, the digital way to access what used to be paper-only files.
By changing the timing of when you eat and exercise, people can better control their blood-sugar levels. Learn more about this and other health headlines from the week.
Being tired is certainly limiting, but being excessively tired can become an intrusive issue in someone’s life. Understand the difference.
If you have obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form of sleep apnea, and still feel tired during the day, you are not alone. Learn more.
Understanding how reversal treatments are used in the case of an emergency.
Here are some frequently asked questions that may help you better understand how blood-thinning medication works and some risks.
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boutron has joined with the Mom Congress Coalition of nonprofit organizations focused on maternal and child health, to create this survey on the issues of most concern to U.S. mothers.
Those who have AFib should be well aware of these things: living a healthy lifestyle and reducing stroke risk.
There are some instances when a reversal treatment may be needed to reverse the effect of a blood-thinning medication.
There are many people living with sleep apnea who still feel a different kind of tired during the day. Learn more.
Learn more about non-drug migraine treatments that are now cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Did you know there are reversal treatments for some blood thinners used to reduce the risk of stroke with AFib?
I've learned now that not all health issues present themselves—some are silently lurking inside you and, without regular screening, we may miss them.