Take it From These Survivors: When a Heart Attack Strikes, Listening to Your Body Can Save Your Life
Methodist cardiologist Charles Olson treated back-to-back-to-back heart attack patients after a heavy snow last year. In each case, the patient sought help after experiencing symptoms while clearing snow.
Eating disorders are dangerous mental illnesses that can have long-term mental and physical repercussions if not caught and treated properly.
Most of us just aren’t wired to embrace the cold. And staying indoors all winter is boring. But that doesn’t mean your fitness program has to go off the rails.
An estimated 84 million American adults have prediabetes. Are you one of them?
Kinesio tape is intended to complement, not replace, rehabilitation efforts. And it's not only for high-level athletes.
Just like our bodies get tired, our brains can experience fatigue – especially at the end of the day. So what should a mental break schedule look like?
In addition to the physical benefits of exercise, research continues to shed light on its impact on areas including cognition, mood, motivation and aging.
Whether you choose to brave the cold or dust off the old treadmill, here are some tips to avoid any pops, pulls, sprains and strains as you kick off a new workout routine.
Some people face the new year with dread and regret, but there are ways to ease the emotional transition into January.
The holidays can be the most stressful time of the year. Here’s how to get back to enjoying them and focusing on what matters.