Injury & Illness
Men build more bone mass than women, but that doesn’t make them immune to osteoporosis. That’s why it’s important for both sexes to adopt bone-healthy habits as they age.
Is It Alzheimer’s?
Learn the difference between everyday forgetfulness and the early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
Insulin resistance can cause weight gain and increase your risk for Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Take steps to get your metabolism working as it should.
Stress and anxiety may seem similar, but they are not same. Knowing the difference can help you better manage your mental health.
Buying footwear off the rack is not necessarily a “shoe”-in. Fit matters and can affect your health and wellness from head to toe.
You’ve likely heard the term “bipolar disorder,” but how much do you really know about it?
Dealing with achy joints? Learn more about three of the most common types of arthritis and how to tell the difference between them.
When Food Hurts
Did you know your tolerance for certain foods can change throughout your life?
In the United States, millions of people have chronic kidney disease (CKD), but many don’t realize it because the symptoms typically only appear late in the progression of the disease.
You know exercise is good for your heart, but how, exactly, does your heart benefit?