• 6 EASY WAYS TO BE HEART-HEALTHY

    6 Easy Ways to Be Heart-Healthy by Amber Greviskes You already know that eating a healthy diet can help reduce the risk of heart disease. [1] But there are plenty of other lifestyle choices that can ...

  • I THOUGHT I WAS HEALTHY UNTIL MY HEART ATTACK

    I Thought I was Healthy Until My Heart Attack   by Amber Greviskes The scary truth: Each year, over half a million people in the U.S. die from heart disease, according to theCenters for Disease Control ...

  • Another way to think about dementia

    While Alzheimer’s disease continues to be the most recognized type of dementia, older men should also be mindful about the second most common: vascular dementia. In vascular dementia, memory problems result from damage to large and ...

  • This Quick Workout Will Shock Your Body In All The Right Ways

    Workouts at Switch Playground live up to their name—they’re fun, and very, very different. After all, that’s the point of Switch, developed by fitness guru Steve Uria, who hails from Cape Town, South Africa, where Switch ...

  • WHAT’S NEW IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER

    What’s New in the Fight Against Breast Cancer by Cheryl Lock When it comes to the fight against breast cancer, October gets a lot of attention for its focus on breast cancer awareness, but research on ...

  • ARE WE WINNING THE WAR AGAINST AIDS?

    Are We Winning The War Against AIDS? By Guido Mingels (DER SPIEGEL/Statista) Is the world making progress in the fight against aids? As a writer who regularly publishes stories about the improving conditions of human life, ...

  • THE WORST NON-DEADLY HEALTH AILMENTS

    The Worst Non-Deadly Health Ailments by Sabrina Perry The experts at HealthGrove examined the most recent data from the Global Health Data Exchange to find the worst, non-deadly health conditions. When people think of the “worst” ...

  • DIABETES LINKED TO MEMORY DECLINE IN OLDER ADULTS

    Diabetes Linked to Memory Decline in Older Adults (Source: Flickr: Kalvicio de las Nieves ) by Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) Older adults with poorly controlled diabetes may struggle with what’s known as episodic memory, the ability to recall ...

  • BIG PHARMA CORPORATIONS KILLED MEDICINE

    Big Pharma Corporations Killed Medicine By Fran Quigley For most of human history, life-saving drugs were a public good. Now they’re only good for shareholders. Along the path toward the creation of a global capitalist system, ...

  • WHAT’S NEW IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER

    What’s New in the Fight Against Breast Cancer by Cheryl Lock When it comes to the fight against breast cancer, October gets a lot of attention for its focus on breast cancer awareness, but research on ...

  • ARE WE WINNING THE WAR AGAINST AIDS?

    Are We Winning The War Against AIDS? By Guido Mingels (DER SPIEGEL/Statista) Is the world making progress in the fight against aids? As a writer who regularly publishes stories about the improving conditions of human life, ...

  • THE WORST NON-DEADLY HEALTH AILMENTS

    The Worst Non-Deadly Health Ailments by Sabrina Perry The experts at HealthGrove examined the most recent data from the Global Health Data Exchange to find the worst, non-deadly health conditions. When people think of the “worst” ...

What’s New in the Fight Against Breast Cancer by Cheryl Lock When it comes to the fight against breast cancer, October gets a lot of attention for its focus on breast cancer awareness, but research on ...