Medical conditions, unhealthy habits, and social determinants can pose a higher risk for heart disease.
Did you know that your oral health can impact your overall health? Learn more about the connections between oral health and your overall health and the importance of taking care of your teeth and gums.
A stroke is a serious and life-threatening event. It occurs when normal blood flow to the brain is compromised which may lead to brain damage, permanent disability, or death if not corrected immediately.
Natural sugars found in whole foods help fuel your body by providing energy for your body’s cells. Too much added sugar, on the other hand, can negatively impact your health and even contribute to a shortened lifespan.
More than three million cases of pneumonia are diagnosed each year in the U.S. About one million of those cases need to be treated in the hospital, and around 50,000 cases become fatal.
The risk for developing certain diseases can increase if you have a family history of those diseases.
Radiation may sound like an ominous term. However, technology has advanced tremendously since scientists first began to understand radiation, and we can now harness this force of nature in marvelous ways.