While “bad” LDL cholesterol causes plaque build-up, HDL patrols your bloodstream like a friendly cop, rounding up LDL to send to your liver so it can’t do any harm. Here’s how to boost your HDL cholesterol.
Interested in trying probiotics to rebalance your gut, but not sure where to start? Dr. Gail Cresci offers a probiotic primer.
Is your diet making your chronic pain worse? Discover two ways that inflammation factors into the way we experience pain — and why tweaking your diet can help you feel better.
Traditional and 3D mammograms are the best tools for breast cancer screening. But sometimes other kinds of breast imaging are needed — particularly when breast tissue is dense.
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Bedroom temperature affects the quality of you sleep, especially during the rapid eye movement (REM) stage, according to a sleep psychologist. Find out what she says is the ideal sleeping temperature.
You can break the downward spiral of frailty by taking steps to regain your strength and confidence. Our cardiac rehabilitation experts explain frailty’s connection to cardiovascular disease, and what steps you should take to protect your health.
Sometimes simple is just better. Take our Southwestern Turkey Patties, for instance. With only four ingredients, they’re easy to make and super versatile. Enjoy them for any meal of the day!
Discover how paranoid schizophrenia differs from other types of schizophrenia, why it can take a while to get a diagnosis, and which treatments work best for each form of this serious mental illness.
Saliva can mix with a substance in the salivary glands and calcify, creating a blockage that causes mouth pain and swelling in the glands. The good news is, an ENT specialist can help.
Surgery and radiation for prostate cancer can affect your urinary and sexual function. Urologists Andrew Stephenson, MD, and Drogo K. Montague, MD, explain what to ask your physician about side effects and what can be done to manage them.