Having a pet, especially a dog, may lower your risk of heart disease says the American Heart Association. Find out why.
Americans spent less money on medicine in 2012 than 2011. It’s the first time spending has decreased in 60 years. Here’s what you should know.
If hearing loss is diminishing the quality of your life or that of a loved one, physicians say it might be time to consider hearing aids.
According to the CDC, half of Americans are not following through with testing measures after being diagnosed with hepatitis C.
The American Heart Association is encouraging doctors and other clinicians to ask heart patients more quality-of-life questions. Find out why.
From bed bugs to pesky mosquitoes, most insect bites are no more than a nuisance, but some bug bites may require medical attention.
At one of Illinois’ largest health systems, nurses get an opportunity to play a much bigger role in impacting health care policy.