Posted by Regina Boyle Weaver, HealthDay Reporter Oct 12, 2017
All you need to get going are supportive athletic shoes, comfortable clothes, a safe place to walk, and the OK from your doctor if you have any chronic conditions.
Posted by Amy Norton, HealthDay Reporter Oct 12, 2017
Forgoing breakfast is linked to atherosclerosis—a buildup of plaque deposits in the arteries which can be a risk factor for stroke.
Posted by Joan McClusky, HealthDay Reporter Oct 12, 2017
Studies on sleeping pills vary widely but here's some warning signs that you could be abusing sleeping pills.
Posted by Steven Reinberg, HealthDay Reporter Sep 29, 2017
CDC predicts a bad flu season, with small clusters of H3N2 already showing up in the U.S.
Posted by Mary Elizabeth Dallas, HealthDay Reporter Sep 28, 2017
Waking up during the night, not sleeping enough and daytime fatigue are all linked to coronary artery disease, study finds.
Posted by Serena Gordon, HealthDay Reporter Sep 26, 2017
High blood pressure is a leading cause of stroke. But one change in lifestyle behaviors can reduce the risk.
Posted by Steven Reinberg, HealthDay Reporter Sep 15, 2017
Couch potatoes might help cut their risk of early death by getting up every 30 minutes, study finds.
Posted by Christa Knox Sep 15, 2017
Raspberries are the quintessential fruit with one cup containing 54% of your daily vitamin C needs and 32% of your daily fiber requirements.
Posted by Randy Dotinga, HealthDay Reporter Aug 30, 2017
Researchers find young adult men in particular lack awareness for high blood pressure, a risk factor for stroke.
Posted by Joan McClusky, HealthDay Reporter Aug 29, 2017
Even if you can meditate just a few minutes, it'll help lower blood pressure and have a positive effect on other medical conditions.