Even the cheeriest of holidays can be stressful -- but stress isn't all bad. The key, experts say, is to know how to ease off the pressure in healthy ways -- and not give in to the temptations of unhealthy stress-tamers.
A Cleveland Clinic-led study shows that a specific type of diabetes drug can decrease, by up to 32 percent, the risk of cancer in female patients with type 2 diabetes.
Putting on weight, getting out of shape, and even just the natural act of aging — all of these can affect your sex drive. Find out how to put the sex back in your sex life.
Our ideas of what constitutes a “healthy” diet might be out of sync with reality. Some “healthy” alternatives are loaded with calories, fat or chemicals. Learn which health foods are busting your diet.
External defibrillators can restore a regular heartbeat even after a dangerous arrhythmia disrupts it. But few victims receive care in time. A new study confirms that internal devices can prevent these episodes from happening.
When cancer becomes a part of your life, holiday spirit can be hard to come by. Clinical Nurse Specialist Josette Snyder offers strategies that may help.
Drinking cranberry juice is just one of the myths that abound about preventing and treating urinary tract infections (UTIs). Here, we’ll separate UTI fact from fiction.
Don’t undermine the effectiveness of your heart medications. Taking one pill cannot save us from bad habits. Find out what you need to do for a healthier heart.
In this condition, the eyes don’t produce enough tears or the right quality of tears. Combat burning and itching this winter using these tips.
In the spirit of the season and Giving Tuesday, December 3, an expert talks to parents about ways to encourage their kids to give back to their community.