Does chocolate start calling your name around 2 p.m.? Does that bag of potato chips start talking to you an hour after dinner? Discover why you may be craving sweets or salty foods and how to listen better to your body.Read More
If you’re on the run in the morning, welcome to your next breakfast!
Every 10 minutes, a new person adds his or her name to the national waiting list for an organ transplant. Some people die waiting, while many of us don’t even realize we can help.
Are you so keyed up that life’s irritations frequently push you over the edge? Stress is unavoidable, but these coping skills can help you keep your cool.
These risk factors previously have been linked to higher odds of dementia, cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease, but it’s been unclear exactly how.
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Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Pain specialist Michael Stanton-Hicks, MD, answers this one on getting treatment for pain.
Even if you generally avoid fad diets, some of them may sound good enough to try with your family. Your children also can get pulled in, at the expense of good nutrition. Find out what you need to know from a pediatric dietitian.
This vegetable side dish is healthy, easy to make and it offers lots of flavor. Rich in antioxidants like phenols and flavonoids, eggplant provides volume and a pleasant texture to help fill you up on fewer calories.
Walking pneumonia, pneumonia’s milder cousin, is an infection that often spreads in schools, colleges and nursing homes. It’s hard to avoid, but you can take steps to prevent it.
Facing a cancer diagnosis as a single person can add to an already stressful time. But even if you don’t have a partner or spouse, there’s a lot of people who can help you get the help that every cancer patient needs.
Though we often think about diet and exercise as interventions to promote everyday life and healthiness, but these lifestyle choices also influence the concept of frailty, its relationship to surgical risk and the ability to tolerate surgery later in life.