Resolutions for a healthy New Year follow a pretty standard script. And they almost always end up on the cutting-room floor by February.
I’m 35, I lost 60 pounds, eat a Mediterranean diet and exercise daily. Yet, at my physical last month, my cholesterol was still high. Can this be genetic?
For Thanksgiving, I have some health questions. Let’s start with one I hear pretty much every year: Does eating turkey actually make you sleepy?
While exercising, what’s a good way to know when I’m experiencing “normal” perspiration and when I need to worry about dehydration and overheating?
A new study by the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation found ways to improve your heart health without any prescriptions or medications.
As little as 130 calories per day could make a significant impact on your cardiovascular health.