Service dogs for diabetes: 5 things you need to know
Service dogs can help people with diabetes avoid low blood sugar—but they aren't right for everyone.
Chemo brain is real—here's how to cope
Learn how to handle the mental fog that cancer treatment can bring.
Dangerous toxin found in teething remedies
The FDA has ordered an immediate recall of two products.
A worldwide study sheds a surprising light on who still smokes
More than 6 million people die from smoking every year. Find out how U.S. death rates compare to other countries.
New survey outlines what people know and don't know about cholesterol
Do you really know how to manage your cholesterol? If you're like a lot of folks, the answer is "kind of."
Protect your heart today, help your brain tomorrow
Adopting these five simple habits now could buy insurance against Alzheimer's disease later.
Is the fountain of youth on your pillow?
Older adults often struggle with sleep. But making the most of your sleep can help your health now and in the future.
Foot safety essentials for people with diabetes
If you have diabetes, foot checks should be a part of your regular routine.
Dress smart if you have heart failure
Try these 3 tips to make your wardrobe heart-failure friendly.
For better blood pressure, don't overlook potassium
A study suggests potassium found in fresh fruits, veggies and many other foods may be an unsung hero when it comes to better blood pressure.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, try this simple step
Wearing a pedometer may help people with the second most common form of arthritis move more and feel less exhausted.
If you struggle to understand your health insurance, you're not alone
Even people with college degrees have difficulty interpreting some of the lingo used by their healthcare plans, a survey finds.
Preemptive mastectomy: Worth it for only some women
More women with breast cancer now consider getting both breasts removed¸ but it's a risky procedure and may not be medically needed.
Zika and birth defects: The risk is real
According to a new report, 10 percent of Zika-infected U.S. moms have babies with birth defects, and some are severe.
10 surprisingly salty foods
We get nearly half of our sodium from some unexpected sources.
Running doesn't have to be hard on your knees
Knee injuries are common in runners, but there are things you can do to make your next jog easier on your joints.
Get cracking: Top egg safety tips for Easter
If you're planning to dye and hide eggs for Easter, check out this safety advice first.
Why race and ethnicity may matter more than weight for heart disease and diabetes
Even if your weight is normal, you may still be at risk for heart disease and diabetes.
A sweet surprise: Juice is fine in moderation
Kids who drink fruit juice don't gain a lot of weight, new research suggests. But there are still limits to how much juice kids should have.
Cigarette warnings: Still too small
Past research and poll numbers agree that larger warnings could mean fewer smokers.
Exercise is good medicine for seniors with heart disease
Staying active can help seniors with heart problems remain strong and live independently.
Dig it! Plant an allergy-friendly garden
You can lessen your exposure to pollen by being careful what and how you plant.
Alcohol: Could you have a problem?
This quick screening can help you decide.
Why so many veterans commit suicide
The risk is highest among those with substance abuse problems.
Prostate cancer treatment options bring different side effects
Two new studies looked at the side effects of treatment with surgery or radiation compared with close monitoring.