When it comes to your health, who you are and where you come from matter. When you gather your family health history, include your ancestry and ethnicity.
When it comes to stroke, it’s important to understand your risk and to work closely with your doctor. It comes down to knowing your risk factors, experts say. Here are four things you need to know about stroke.
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.
Find out what the hot field of epigenetics can tell us about bad habits and the way cancer grows and spreads.
How much do you know about this emerging approach, which focuses on your individual traits and needs? Find out — and get the facts — with this quiz.
Knowledge is power — when it is delivered in the right way. The goal of genetic testing and counseling is to prepare patients, not create “patients in waiting.”
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.