People can be at risk for type 2 diabetes without even realizing it. Know the risk factors and work on what you can control.There is a lot you can do to prevent and if needed, control diabetes.
Alzheimer's disease takes its toll on families, both patients and their caregivers. Many people want to know, “If it happened to someone in my family, can it happen to me, too?”
Forget “one size fits all” cancer treatment. A new study of tumor genomics will help current and future patients get tailored treatment based on their individual needs.
When you gather around the table with your family this Thanksgiving, don’t just ask them to pass the mashed potatoes. Ask them about their health history.
When statins don’t lower cholesterol enough or cause intolerable side effects, PCSK9 inhibitors promise to be an excellent alternative.
As researchers learn more about the genetics of breast cancer, doctors can diagnose and treat patients based on very specific needs. Get expert answers to common questions.
If you have a BRCA1 mutation, your lifetime risk for developing breast cancer is up to 80 percent. That's why women with this mutation should be screened with MRI and mammograms every single year starting at an early age.
Just because we can test something doesn’t always mean we should. Learn why there’s a better way to monitor conditions related to the MTHFR gene.
New research shows what different types of cancer have in common, with an eye on better diagnosis and treatment.