Primary Care

Green tea and red wine may interrupt Alzheimer’s 
Green tea and red wine may interrupt Alzheimer’s
A new study shows that natural chemicals in green tea and red wine may help to block the disease pathway of Alzheimer’s.
What every woman should know about heart attacks 
What every woman should know about heart attacks
When it comes to heart attack symptoms, women and men are different.
Do you believe what the Internet says about your health?  Featured
Do you believe what the Internet says about your health?
A new study shows that 35 percent of Americans report diagnosing themselves or family members online. But if your last web search shows you have Gaucher disease, can you believe the information you’re getting? What can you do to avoid a self-misdiagnosis? Follow these tips to use the Internet responsibly when searching for medical conditions.
Does your Tween have an eating disorder? 
Does your Tween have an eating disorder?
Alarming new report sheds light on the growing number of boys and girls suffering with eating disorders.
Young hearts no longer run free  Featured
Young hearts no longer run free
You’re young. You’re invincible. You have your whole life ahead of you. You don’t worry about things like heart disease, or a sudden heart attack. That’s what your parents—or grandparents—worry about, right? Well, the chances are increasing that you could be very, very wrong. The number of young adults suffering cardiovascular disease is on the rise. Just ask Dan Cavanaugh.
CDC recommends whooping cough vaccine for pregnant women 
CDC recommends whooping cough vaccine for pregnant women
Whooping cough new rules
FDA cracks down on prescription pain relievers 
FDA cracks down on prescription pain relievers
Very soon it could be more difficult to get prescriptions for drugs containing hydrocodone in combination with other pain relievers. After more than two days […]