No potato chip can beat this crispy snack — it's scrumptious and nutritious. A serving only has 112 calories and you get a whopping 309 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A, plus other nutrients!
Do you have heart failure? The ongoing care of a patient-centered medical home can make your life easier.
The best beauty lotion you can buy to slow signs of aging is actually inexpensive and available at any drugstore: it’s a bottle of sunscreen.
What super-simple stretches can give you a more svelte physique? What little-known health benefit can you get from yellow mustard (and not from the brown varieties)? Find the surprising answers to these and other questions.
Whether you're trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight and tip-top fitness, little lifestyle changes can make a big difference. Try these five tweaks as a part of your plan.
A study finds that in some babies colic may be linked with childhood migraines — and may even be an early form of migraine. If true, there’s hope that migraine therapies might be effective in treating colic in the future.
Statins are prescribed to control cholesterol levels if lifestyle changes alone aren’t successful. Niacin is sometimes used to manage cholesterol on people who cannot tolerate statins. Can using Niacin do more harm than good?
Nearly half of teens in a survey admit they text while driving. And teens who text and drive are more likely to engage in other risky behavior behind the wheel.
When rheumatologist Howard Smith, MD, mentions lupus to his patients, sometimes he gets a confused look because it’s not a well-understood condition. He offers five things many people don’t know about lupus.
Fibromyalgia is a very common condition that produces widespread pain – especially in the neck and shoulders. Howard Smith, MD, explains what fibromyalgia is and how exercise, cognitive behavioral therapy and new medications can help.