A Cleveland Clinic survey finds that American males don’t mention health issues–or take steps to prevent them–like they should.Read More
This colorful tomato salad is full of cancer-fighting and heart-healthy compounds. Drizzle the veggies with your own zingy shallot-lemon dressing.
Men can carry BRCA1/2 mutations too, and they increase a man’s risk for developing prostate cancer, melanoma, pancreatic and testicular cancer — as well as breast cancer (though very rare in men).
It also impacts their daughters’ genetic outlook because fathers pass down the BRCA genetic mutation in the same way as mothers do.
Can’t seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? Don’t think you’re cursed with a slow metabolism. You’ve got more power than you think. The key is to master your mitochondria.
Knowing the facts about bullying is the first step toward preventing victimization of children and teens with epilepsy or other medical conditions, and keeping them safe.
Thanks to participants in clinical trials, health care providers can save more lives every day and continue to improve national healthcare practice standards.
Most people associate cigarette smoking with breathing problems and lung cancer. But smoking also is strongly linked to cardiovascular disease – and the habit can drastically shorten your life.
Aging poses challenges related to exposure to hot weather and higher temperatures. This is due to the body’s reduced ability to regulate its temperature changes during aging, as well as the medical problems that can come with aging.
With nutrients and flavor galore (we’re talking protein-rich tilapia, gorgeous green avocado, and kickin’ red salsa), plus the satisfying crunch of corn tortillas, your taste buds will think you’ve packed up and gone on vacation.
Most epidemics begin in school-aged children. Keeping kids up-to-date on vaccinations is one of the easiest ways to prevent three serious illnesses. You’ll protect not only your child, but also your family and your community.
Here are the 3 vaccines parent
Most people with MS are able to manage their symptoms and live a normal life, but early detection is key to getting the disease under control.