If the cold days and dark nights of winter make you want to hibernate, consider this: Being inactive can take a toll on your fitness, your weight and your mood. Get tips for all fitness levels.
Find wellness and disease-prevention tips about food, fitness, lifestyle, mental attitude and more from our Wellness Institute, led by Chief Wellness Officer and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Michael Roizen.
When it comes to erectile dysfunction, a man's weight -- and his waist size -- may put him more at risk. One study found that men who have a waist size larger than 40 inches are more likely to have erectile dysfunction.
Yoga can strengthen the key muscles that help with better balance and teach us how to keep a calm focus when we experience life's challenges. Try these simple, standing poses for better balance.
Treating one patient at a time in the worldwide battle with diabetes requires collaboration among pharma, doctors, payers, and patients. Experts discuss devices, pills, and treatment strategies for diabetes.
New studies show obesity and poor diet are risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. A sustained healthy lifestyle may have protective benefits against the disease, and exercise after diagnosis can slow its progression.
New and existing drugs offer hope for diabetes management, but no cure for the disease. Metabolic syndrome patients have more options, and more complications, with drugs. Learn about weight-management drugs in development.
Different surgical procedures have proven beneficial to thousands of patients with diabetes, and more will be available soon. Learn about the surgeries performed to fight obesity and diabetes.
The Western diet is increasingly becoming a global diet, and rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes aren’t far behind. Healthcare experts say stemming the tide will take multinational cooperation.
Speaking to 1,500 healthcare experts at today’s Medical Innovation Summit, experts Drs. Roizen and Schauer share startling evidence of the obesity epidemic’s scope, and they challenge healthcare providers to do more.
In so many ways, children are more flexible than adults – and this includes their bones. Because their bones haven’t fully hardened and are still growing, children are vulnerable to a unique injury called a growth plate fracture and parents need to address these common bone injuries.