Take Care: All About Your Health
May is the month devoted to stroke awareness, and one thing to be aware of is whether or not you’re at risk.
A handful of risk factors, like age, can’t be changed. But many of the conditions that raise the risk are actually within our own control.
Here is how the National Stroke Association divides the risk factors:
The use of do-not-resuscitate orders is increasing, and patients who sign them are increasing the odds that they’ll die even if they're having non-emergency surgery, according to a report published online today by Archives of Surgery.
All terrain vehicles are getting bigger, faster and more powerful, and kids are suffering a disproportionate number of ATV injuries, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
The organization issued a warning this week, saying adult-sized ATVs aren’t safe for kids
Taking aspirin at least once a month could significantly decrease the risk of getting pancreatic cancer, a new study suggests.
Research led by Xiang-Lin Tan, an M.D. Ph.D research fellow at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., was presented at the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting held April 2-6.
Proposed new rules were issued today by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that provide incentives for hospitals, doctors and other health care providers to coordinate care of Medicare patients through new Accountable Care Organizations.
When restaurants serve you enough dinner for two or three people, you may take one look at your plate and decide to take some food home with you before you even start eating.
But with all that food in front of you, how do you know what the appropriate serving size on your plate should really be?
Nicotine cravings don't always come on weekdays or before 7 p.m.
So if you're trying to quit smoking, you’ll get some extra help from the Illinois Tobacco Quitline, which has added weekend hours for the first time and expanded its daily hours of operation until 11 p.m.