More than half of Americans say they're concerned about developing cancer—and 1 in 4 believe there's nothing they can do to prevent it.
The result of Phill Carr's bariatric surgery has been so dramatic, old friends will greet him with one question: "Who are you again?"
Among at-risk populations, there's improved compliance rates with a combo medication aimed at heart and blood vessel health.
Variations of the plank, bird dog and leg extension can strengthen your body—minus the anguish and agony.
Compared to folks without pets, dog owners are ahead of the pack in healthy living—more exercise, better diets and lower blood sugar levels.
Researchers have boiled it down to a simple solution: Sit less, move more.
Those who cycle their dieting—five days on, weekends off—may encounter nearly as much gut damage as non-dieters.
Meditation and other mainstays of holistic living lower stress, which can ward off disease and improve the likelihood of a long and healthy life.
Cutting back on less meaningful expenses can leave more money for the things that give you pleasure.
Introducing a dog into your busy life could be just the ticket to less stress and better health—but only if you commit to regular walks.
Study shows women who focused on nutrition reduced their risk of breast cancer death by 21%.
Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.
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