As we age, our hair eventually loses its color. Here dermatologist Wilma Bergfeld, MD, explains why, plus shares some fascinating facts about what does — and doesn’t — contribute to the process.Read More
For people with a body mass index of 30 to 40 who aren’t ready for weight-loss surgery, implantable balloons can be the first step on the road to health.
If you’ve ever had a poison ivy rash, chances are you remember it. For 85 percent of us, a brush with oil from poison ivy, oak or sumac makes our skin downright angry. Here’s how to avoid and treat your poison plant rash.
Nasal hair is not merely decorative. It serves a purpose. Learn more about nose hair and the wild kingdom it inhabits.
The AHA says it is issuing the guidelines because studies have consistently found a link between added sugars and conditions that lead to cardiovascular disease.
Does work add meaning to your life or are you counting the months till you retire? A new study suggests that working an extra year or two may be good for your health. But there are three questions to ask yourself first.
Talk with your healthcare provider about what you should do, based on your unique medical history.
Bowel movements don’t just tell us about the health of our digestive system. This may sound strange, but signs of everything from diseases to stress may show up in your bathroom habits. The key is knowing what to look for — and what the signs may mean.
This recipe includes a garden of vegetables — with garlic, tarragon, parsley, and red pepper. It’s also packed with vitamins, phytonutrients and fiber.
This colorful tomato salad is full of cancer-fighting and heart-healthy compounds. Drizzle the veggies with your own zingy shallot-lemon dressing.