Try our all-purpose marinade for grilled veggies, featuring balsamic vinegar, EVOO, garlic, parsley and Dijon mustard.
This video animation compares two different heart emergencies: heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest. Watch how each problem develops, and learn what to do.
Leftovers can get boring, but this recipe transforms leftover turkey or chicken into a whole new meal.
Discover why carbohydrates are the single most important thing you can eat for health and weight loss. Unlike bread and pasta,”slow carbs” keep you full without spiking your blood sugar or insulin.
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Roughly half of adults over 40 have thyroid nodules. While these lumps in the thyroid gland are common and usually not cause for alarm, doctors say it’s a good idea to have any type of lump or nodule checked out. Watch this video to see how to check your neck for thyroid nodules at home.
What kind of pancake can you make without flour? It turns out, there’s a delicious, higher-protein pancake option that couldn’t be simpler to make. They taste like a cross between French toast and pancakes, with the consistency of crepes. No flour, baking soda, or baking powder required.
Curious about how a heart transplant actually happens? Discover the breathtaking process from start to finish.
Winter can leave your skin parched, flaky and dull. But if you take care to keep a daily regimen of gentle cleansing and regular moisturizing, you can combat the effects of cold weather, dermatologists say. Learn more.
You can’t see radon. And you can’t smell or taste it. But it may be a problem in your home. Find out how to test for this naturally occurring gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer. If you smoke or have ever smoked, it’s even more important to test.
If you have ever have a stomach ache that makes you wonder about food poisoning, pay attention to how long symptoms last. Poisoning from Escherichia coli — better known as E. coli bacteria — often mirrors a viral infection, but many times is more severe and persists longer.