Dealing with irritable bowel syndrome and other gut-related illnesses isn’t “a cookbook science,” experts say.
Imagine doctors using a heart-mapping system to detect abnormal heart rhythms without inserting a catheter or anything else inside a patient’s heart.
February has been designated American Heart Month by the American Heart Association.
The Red Cross has recognized January as National Volunteer Blood Donor month for the past 18 years,
Hypothyroidism is the most common form of thyroid malfunctions, affecting up to 15 percent of Americans.
Doctors recommend people get the shingles vaccination starting at age 50. It is effective for eight to 10 years.
The best diet — a plant-based diet — should be high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains and lower in pork, turkey, chicken and red meat.
Get tested ASAP to find out your “bad” cholesterol number because your long-term health may depend on it.
It tends to run in families, affects women more than men, and is associated with sleeplessness and traumatic stress, experts say.
Doctors develop more precise treatments with the help of 3D mammography, MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging) and automated whole breast ultrasound.
The easiest way to stay healthy is to think of tasty substitutes for old standbys when you’re preparing meals.
Indoor activities ranging from weightlifting to water aerobics to recreational leagues for soccer, volleyball, basketball are available at area YMCAs.
When we stare at screens — whether on smartphones, laptops or desktop computers — we blink less often. Blinking matters because it moisturizes eyes.
Cutting-edge technology is helping young people retain their hearing even while they’re bombarded with earbud, headphone, and surround-sound clamor.