Taking a stress test isn’t as simple as jumping on the treadmill. Talk with your cardiologist about whether to eat, exercise or take your medications beforehand to ensure you’re prepared.
The FDA recently approved two new drugs to treat idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. These drugs have been shown to slow the progression of this previously untreatable disease.
Try this classic split pea soup infused with flavorful herbs and vegetables. It will become a family favorite.
It’s true: You can make mouth-watering, lighter versions of your favorite Christmas cookie recipes that substitute natural sweeteners and lower-fat ingredients—and no one will know the difference.
Sleeping pills can help people with insomnia get a good night’s rest, but they need to be used correctly. Learn the safest ways to use them.
The holidays are coming – and so is holiday food. But weight gain and poor nutrition aren't the only things you might worry about. What you eat also can affect your skin’s appearance.
Learn what other pregnant women are planning for their labor and delivery experiences. From massage therapy to water labor, expectant mothers are doing research and exploring all their options.
At family gatherings, encourage relatives to talk about any known heart problems in the family. Creating a history of your family's heart health could be the best gift you give this year.
Newly FDA-approved pill “melts away” leukemia cells. It’s heralded as a breakthrough treatment for relapsed chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
People who work non-traditional shifts have a tendency to suffer from shift work sleep disorder, but medical interventions and behavioral techniques can help.