Explore the secrets to heart health using imagery, video and animation. Learn the reality behind common myths about diet, exercise, risk factors, smoking and your heart.
We know that exercising your body can make your muscles and heart stronger. Increasingly, research shows that exercising your mind can make your brain more powerful, too.
This mixed vegetable soup recipe is versatile -- a perfect way to use your leftover veggies. Any vegetables you have on hand will work so feel free to get creative!
Concussions can strike the upper spinal cord as well as the brain, and football players are especially susceptible. The long-term effects of spinal cord concussions aren’t known, so careful return-to-play guidance is key.
Take a cue from those who live in countries bordering the Mediterranean and fill your plate with fruits, vegetables, whole-grains, fish and olive oil. It’s the only diet proven to protect your heart – plus, it will help you maintain a healthy body weight, too!
If you’re newly diagnosed with carotid artery disease, know that making lifestyle changes and getting ongoing care can help you avoid the problems of atherosclerosis – and live a long, healthy life.
Even though your child has a temperature, you can keep your cool by knowing exactly when to be concerned and when to get your pediatrician on the line. Our experts give you the lowdown on fever fighting.
Swiss pharmaceutical company Actelion gets FDA approval on new drug for use in treating Group 1 pulmonary arterial hypertension. Compared with earlier drugs, macitentan caused side effects in fewer patients.
Intolerance to a specific statin does not predict a poor response to another. Learn how specific dosing regimens that increase the dose/frequency over time can help increase your tolerance.
Protein is the rage these days, touted on many a power bar wrapper and used to fortify various cereals, crackers, bread – and even water. Do you know how much protein you need and what the best sources are? Here are seven tips to harnessing your protein-power.