Being healthy isn’t something you think about only when you get sick. Here are six ways to take control of your health for the long haul.
A new study by Harvard researchers shows that men who skipped breakfast had an increased risk of heart disease.
A new study links high blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids—found in fatty fish and fish oil supplements—to a 71 percent increase in aggressive prostate cancer in men.
A new study found that sleep deprivation, coupled with a late bedtime, was linked to weight gain and more late-night snacking, especially in men.
A new study confirms the link between eating red meat and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus. Find out what this means for you.
Lifestyle choices made during the teenage years—such as alcohol, smoking, diet and exercise—may still increase your risk of having a stroke later in life.