Leaking is not an option

A host of treatments are available to help women overcome stress incontinence.

An appetite for competition

The nutritional value of your food isn't the only factor in your performance. It's also about the timing and size of your meals.

Cutting out late night calories

There's evidence that a shortened eating pattern could prevent obesity.

Like your steak a bit charred?

You may want to rethink as studies suggest people who eat a lot of well-done meat face increased risks of certain cancers, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Hold the salt

A small portion of your sodium intake comes from eating at home. The worst culprit? Highly processed and packaged food.

Patient Story

Great ‘gut’ instinct

World War II veteran John Hickey, 93, knows a thing or two about fortitude—not to mention the value of strong relationships along the way.

Fighting a cold or flu? Beware of overdosing

The risk is great as people take over-the-counter medications designed to treat multiple symptoms.

Getting back to bread

Don't be so quick to write off this once-favored staple of your diet.

Best way to fight off norovirus?

Wash your hands! Your mother was right.

Blue skies, green duds: The luck of the Irish Jig

Nearly 4,300 people took part in the annual St. Patrick's Day race to raise awareness about colorectal cancer.

Think you might have a food addiction?

There’s help available to conquer cravings—once and for all.

World’s biggest puzzle: 1 million pieces

Once assembled, the All of Us Research Program could provide an unprecedented picture of health and wellness in the United States.