A teacher's state of mind may be key to preschoolers' behavior, a new study finds.
Even as the epidemic skyrockets, the rate of diabetes-related complications drops
Staying away from the wrong foods can help folks with type 2 diabetes gain better blood sugar control.
If kicking off a life-changing fitness and nutrition program seems daunting, try taking smaller steps to make it feel more manageable.
Hot flashes can be one of the most uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, and so far western medicine has provided no cure.\
Springtime brings warmer weather, outdoor family fun, BBQs, ball games, and for many Americans, the start of allergy season.
Studies have shown that African Americans are at higher risk of contracting kidney disease and diabetes. Although they represent only approximately 13 percent of the U.S. population, 32 percent suffer with this condition. Also, they are more likely to have ...
Diabetics have to take special care of their feet. The disease can cause peripheral neuropathy—otherwise known as nerve damage.
Being overweight comes with chronic disease risks, such as higher cholesterol and higher blood pressure. These increase the risk of developing other diseases, including diabetes, which is at epidemic levels in the black community.
The best way to celebrate "March Madness" is to get out and shoot some hoops yourself, an expert says.
Health officials have long been warning us about the overuse of antibiotics and the rise of drug-resistant “superbugs.” Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is shining a light on how hospitals are contributing to the problem.
With February being Black History Month and Heart Awareness Month, it’s a good time to talk about something that uniquely impacts our community more than any other—high blood pressure, also known as hypertension.
If paying the bills and putting food on the table put adults’ nerves on edge, just imagine how today’s overscheduled, frequently tested teenagers must feel.
Treating depression in its early stages might help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study suggests.
Adults with diabetes are vulnerable to flu and its complications, experts say. Now a large new study finds they’re also at higher risk of being hospitalized for flu.