How a Healthy Heart May Keep You Mobile
A heart-friendly lifestyle is one of your best bets for preventing strokes and heart attacks, and it may help many stay mobile and independent for longer as they age.
How the 'Sun Vitamin' Might Help Stroke Patients
Too much sun can be damaging to skin health, but a little may be just what the doctor ordered for those at risk of a stroke.
A Drink a Day May Not Be Good for Everyone
Claims about the health benefits of red wine and moderate drinking may be too good to be true.
What Vitamin D May Do for Kids' Health
Parents try to do everything they can to keep their kiddos healthy and happy, which can also set kids up to be healthy adults. This principle may also apply to making sure kids get the right amount of vitamin D.
Dietary Fat Guidelines Go Under the Microscope
Expert health guidelines are generally accepted and widely followed, but new evidence suggests one set of guidelines might be pointing patients in the wrong direction.
Some Joggers May Want to Take It Easy
Many avid joggers feel guilty about taking days off from running. However, taking it easy may be healthier than going overboard.
Tot Meals Not as Healthy as They Seem
Few children say no to sweets and salty snacks. However, a healthy diet early in life may set kids on a path to good health.
Ovarian Problem May Have Other Health Effects
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and infertility have been well-known dance partners for many years. Now new evidence suggests that PCOS is also dancing with a lot of other chronic health issues.
Healthy Life May Help Heart Health More Than Pills
Before reaching for the medicine cabinet, consider cleaning up your diet — it may save your life.
A Little Exercise May Be Better Than Nothing
January is the time for resolutions, and getting into shape is a good one for most people. You don't necessarily have to run a marathon, though — even a little exercise a day could help keep the doctor away.