You can't stop the aging clock, but research shows you can at least slow it down.
Can cranberry juice help prevent a urinary tract infection? How about cucumbers for puffy eyes? Read on to find out more about home remedies.
Overall, cosmetics and personal care items are considered safe. But that doesn't mean that there aren't risks associated with their use, particularly if you don't use them correctly.
Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the best weapons for fighting cardiovascular disease and other heart conditions.
Prehypertension is a new term that alerts people to the very real risk of developing chronic high blood pressure if they don't take timely steps to improve their lifestyle habits.
The less unnecessary stress you put on your joints, the less likely they are to wear out prematurely.
Because the 2009 H1N1 flu virus spreads from person to person, it is possible to catch the virus at work. Here are measures you can take to protect yourself at the office.
Insomnia, the term for having trouble sleeping at night, is one of the most common sleep complaints. About one in three adults has bouts of insomnia that last a few days at a time.
Answer this one: How far in advance of your overseas trip should you visit your doctor for vaccinations?
Knowing whether your infection is caused by a virus or a bacterium makes a difference in how it is treated.
Walking is easier on your joints, but jogging burns calories more quickly.
Many products seek to prevent bug bites, but products containing DEET (usually listed on labels as N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) are quite effective.
Detailed anatomical description of human liver, including simple definitions and labeled, full-color illustrations
Low back pain can range from mild, dull, and annoying to persistent, severe, and disabling pain. Pain in the lower back can restrict mobility and interfere with normal functioning.
High cholesterol contributes to heart disease, which kills more Americans than all cancers combined.
Are you and your health care provider a good fit? Your health is important to how well you function and enjoy life, so your health care provider can be one of your most valued partners.
Your heart is a vital organ that keeps your body functioning. Unfortunately, many people don't treat it that way. They may not realize that their daily habits and lifestyle can overwork and damage their heart. So, take care of your heart and yourself. Start by making the following lifestyle changes.
The millions of Americans diagnosed with heart and cardiovascular diseases can benefit from making healthy choices in their day-to-day lives.
Some symptoms may indicate the possibility of a serious condition and should be evaluated immediately by a health care provider.
Most people who have metabolic syndrome have insulin resistance. This may be a beginning of the development of type 2 diabetes.
For some people, taking medication every day can help prevent migraines and make them less painful when they occur.
Omega-3s are a beneficial and essential form of fat, one that your body needs but can't make.
Many people are unaware they have osteoporosis until they have advanced symptoms, which may include a broken hip or wrist, low back pain or a hunched back.
Sleep is essential to physical and emotional health. Adequate sleep may also play a role in helping the body recover from illness and injury.
Having a pet can be a boon to body and soul—especially as we age. Pets can relieve stress—which may help explain why studies have found that pet owners have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
What's more relaxing that a good soak in a hot tub? Hot water sure makes you feel great, but hot tubs and whirlpools can sometimes be dangerous -- and even deadly.
Knowing how to prepare for a storm, and what to do during and after one, can help keep you and your family safe.
Although it's impossible to prevent all falls, you can help keep yourself safe by improving your balance and employing "fall-proofing" behaviors.