By Michael Curley, MD
In life, there are many numbers you need to know - dates, times, pin numbers, phone numbers and more. But it's less familiar numbers that can provide clues to your heart health.
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By Sally Bowman
The sad truth is that many restaurant items are loaded with calories, saturated fat, sugar and salt. However, with a bit of planning you can make smarter choices that benefit your health.
By Noura M. Dabbouseh, MS, MD
Heart attacks are serious and sometimes deadly, but taking time to learn and understand heart attack risk factors can help lower your risk.
By Kathryn Menard-Rothe
The New Year provides an opportunity for you to take stock of your prior year and decide how you want the upcoming year to shake out.
By Jeanine Kies
You can’t choose your relatives or the diseases that run in your family, but understanding your family health history can make a difference.
By Katie Chada
Sticking with a fitness routine is a struggle at any age. Here are some tips to help you stay motivated to continue with your workouts.
By Corey Carr, MD
For some people, a change in the seasons brings on a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder.
By Michele Eggers
While the holidays can be a joyous time spent celebrating with family and friends, it can also be a time of increased worry and stress.
By Mary Beth Alvarez, MD
Every year, one in five Americans experiences a mental health issue. Even though many people are affected by these conditions, talking about them remains somewhat taboo.