Men and women’s hearts may look similar but they are definitely different. Find out why women are more at risk for certain heart-related problems and how to spot more subtle symptoms of a heart attack.
When you’re eyes are glued on the television for episode after episode, do you ever wonder, “Is this bad for me?” A psychologist offers insights about the good and the bad effects binge-watching has on your brain.
Filled with healthy fats and fresh ingredients, this dish will leave you feeling satisfied and nourished and ready to embrace your weekend warrior.
This video animation compares two different heart emergencies: heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest. Watch how each problem develops, and learn what to do.
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Whether your divorce is amicable or difficult, you may need help to regain control and move on with your life. Get tips for starting over after a divorce.
If double vision lasts for a couple of hours or longer, don’t ignore it. Get your eyes checked. It could signal something minor — or something seriously wrong.
This salad is a perfect pick when you have guests for dinner and have a lot of other dishes to prepare. You can make the dressing a day or two ahead if you like.
Researchers find that women fare worse than men after a heart attack, with longer hospital stays and a greater likelihood of dying in the hospital afterward. Learn how to lower your risk.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Registered dietitian Jennifer Willoughby, RD, answers this one about packaged foods for your family.
Your body makes a fair amount of mucus and saliva every day. Can postnasal drip make you queasy? An otolarynologist provides The Short Answer.