Thanksgiving Day is National Family Health History Day, so it’s a great time to collect or update information when your family gathers. Use this infographic to get started.
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.
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.
Technology has touched every facet of medicine. It’s helped us diagnose, prevent, monitor and treat patients. And we’re only becoming more technologically dependent.
People react differently to food — and it’s not just about what flavors you prefer. Nutrigenomics shows how your genes may make you more sensitive to foods such as salt.
As you leave your doctor’s office, you think, “Oh, I forgot to ask…” If this happens to you, use these five crucial questions to start a healthy conversation with your doctor.
Why would beauty queen Allyn Rose decide to have both of her breasts removed? She shares her very personal answer.
Researchers are devoted to figuring out what makes you and me tick — and then making us tick better. Based on that idea, the Human Genome Project was a massive milestone.
If you’ve ever left a doctor’s office thinking, “I forgot to ask my questions,” you’re not alone. Use these tips to get as much as you can out of one-on-one time with your doctor.
For people with Lynch syndrome, the risk of colon cancer starts as early as age 25. Fortunately, knowing you are at risk gives you a chance to do something about it.