When it comes to good keto snacks, it’s best to be prepared. Here are some tasty dietitian-approved ideas.
In a new study, people who had a healthy BMI but were sedentary and had larger waistlines were at greater risk for heart disease than their active counterparts.
Having arthritis means your feet and ankles are screaming for relief by midday. While fusion is the gold standard for treatment, new options are here and look pretty promising. Learn more about cartilage implants and ankle replacements, including whether they’re right for you.
Memory changes are a natural part of aging. But talking to a parent about their memory loss can be uncomfortable. A geriatrician can help do some of the heavy lifting.
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A recent study has dubbed diet soda and sugary juices the culprit of increased stroke risk., particularly in women.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Rheumatologist Chad Deal, MD, fields this one about uric acid levels.
Arteries used as bypass grafts tend to remain free of atherosclerosis indefinitely, reducing the risk of heart attack or need for another surgery.
If lower back pain has you declining offers to your dance card, call a chiropractor. Their hands-on approach feels good in the moment and can get you the longer-term relief you need to pursue something more fun, like salsa lessons.
Parents are often unsure how athletic trainers help their student athletes in the gym and on the field. We explain how these healthcare professionals can help your athlete stay healthy.
If you recently had a heart attack, it can be scary to think about taking a jog or hitting the gym. By taking it slow and setting realistic goals, you can return to high-intensity exercise after a heart attack.