Your heart. You probably don’t think about it often, yet it continues to pump with its faithful, steady beat — carrying blood to all your organs. Find fun, amazing facts about your own ticker.
Is one serving of nuts the size of a baseball or a golf ball? Is one serving of chicken the size of a checkbook or a deck of cards? Tap or click for visual cues that help you eat the right amounts of the foods you love.
If your PSA is high, would you tell your son? Not if you’re like most American dads, a Cleveland Clinic survey finds. But modeling and discussing healthy behaviors will help your son. Have a medical condition? MENtion it.
At risk for diabetes? Overdue for that colonoscopy? Keeping up with health screenings an make all the difference in a man’s future health. Use this guide to discover which screenings you need, and when.
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Is irritable bowel syndrome interfering with your life in a major way? Tap or click on our interactive infographic, and learn how to foster a healthy gut.
Nasal mucus alone isn’t typically used to diagnose disease, but it can be a helpful tool to determine what’s happening in your nasal passages. Here’s a quick look at just a few of the things the various possible shades of snot might mean for your health.
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.
Every year, more than 730,000 Americans have a heart attack. To save your life or the life of someone you love, you need to respond to symptoms right away.
Blood pressure often rises with age. High blood pressure (hypertension) raises risks of heart disease, stroke and other problems. Find out what your numbers say about your risks and discover how to lower them as we “decode” blood pressure.
When glucose builds up in your blood, it damages blood vessels and nerves. Discover what your fasting glucose level says about your risk for heart disease and stroke. Then find out how to lower your risk as we “decode” fasting glucose.