With busy schedules, millions of Americans have irregular sleep schedules. A new study in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health... Read more
A recent study shows that a new technique to treat heart disease is growing in popularity and may be safer for patients than other procedures.... Read more
Knee pain affects millions of Americans, particularly as they get older. The most common cause of knee pain is osteoarthritis, a joint disease... Read more
What if your boss paid you to lose weight?
As the obesity epidemic grows and health premiums rise, new and innovative methods are being... Read more
With the economy showing early signs of recovery, patients and physicians may have more to cheer about: lower rates of heart attacks.
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A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that people who are overweight may have a lower chance of dying... Read more
Preventative medicine focuses on identifying disease early and limiting its progression to a serious health problem. Preventative medicine is... Read more