By Tashan Arrivas, RN
From the first warning signs to receiving treatment, how quickly you respond can be the difference between getting back to your everyday life or a ...
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By Jack C. Rose, MD
Every 40 seconds, someone somewhere in the United States will have a stroke – and 80-85 percent of those will be ischemic stroke.
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It should come as no surprise that nearly half of adults reported trying to lose weight within the last 12 months. And, for many, that ...
By Kim Alvari, RD
From diabetes to heart disease, the effects of serious medical conditions can be managed, mitigated or even prevented with a well-informed nutrition plan.
By Sharmi Mukherjee, PT, MPT, DPT
One of the most important components of maintaining a healthy lifestyle is getting adequate exercise.
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By Prasad Katta, MD
With prevention in mind, here are some Type 2 diabetes risk factors that you inherit and ones that you’re able to control.
By Vida Reed, RN
Although more than 30.3 million Americans are currently living with diabetes, there can still be a stigma around receiving a diagnosis.
By Rohit Sehgal, MD
While there’s no one cause of heart disease, there are some factors that can increase your risk for developing it. View the slideshow to learn ...