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Like many women, Star Jones didn’t consider herself at risk of heart disease. That changed suddenly.
Some women still believe that heart disease is more of a man-killer, it’s not.
Drivers of huge health care disparities
People in prison face must overcome many obstacles in order to access health care, and remain healthy.
One way to pack a plain ol’ sandwich with taste and nutrition is to pile on seasoned cooked vegetables.
What you place between two slices of bread can pack a powerful nutritional punch.
It’s normal for our naturally curly hair to be dry, so lavish those tresses with lots of moisturizing love.
Try these thirst quenchers.
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health and beauty, these products are worth every cent.
The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is not the first school shooting in this country.
Baby boomers take note: The CDC recommends that you get tested for hepatitis C, but know that a slew of new treatment options are on the...
Unaddressed depression can worsen the physical health of people living with the virus, and bring them dangerously close to AIDS.
Can a hospital or doctor refuse treatment if you have HIV?
Privacy vs. asthma relief
Folks are fired up over the alleged health benefits of electronic cigarettes.
Smoking is linked to memory decline in people 50 and older.
These running pains are no laughing matter.
Who isn’t, but you can still get fit on a hectic schedule.
What you put on your plate can help improve your mood.
Learn the difference to better control your weight.
Know what’s best to eat before you work out.
If sex hurts, maybe your body needs a little something extra.
Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
There’s nothing like fresh air, even when the weather isn’t great.
Even though Jeanette P., a native of Belize, loved city living, too much time spent cooped up indoors made her feel sick.
David Rutstein, MD, MPH, former acting U.S. deputy surgeon general, says too many activities have moved indoors and kids need to get back to n...