The most-read stories of the year include pieces on intermittent fasting, Susan Lucci and aspirin. Hookah smoking topped the list of most-watched videos.
A new set of guidelines to help people stay heart-healthy advises against daily aspirin use for prevention, saying it may actually do more harm than good.
A new study suggested adding calcium and magnesium to drinking water could prove an effective strategy for fighting high blood pressure.
Black women are up to four times more likely than white women to die from pregnancy-related complications. The reasons cross economic and social boundaries, even for stars like Serena Williams and Beyoncé.
Susan Lucci is known for her decades as Erica Kane on "All My Children" and for her terrific fitness. So when she felt "an elephant pressing on my chest," she knew something was very wrong. Doctors found and cleared two blocked arteries.
Is when you eat just as important as what you eat? That's what proponents of intermittent fasting and time-restricted eating say.
As cigarette smoking hits an all-time low, another form of tobacco use is rising in popularity – hookah smoking.
Vitamin D is important to your body, but research shows taking supplements may not help you fight off heart problems.
Better sleep means better health. Find out how much sleep teens need and how to help them get it.
Physical activity and strength training can help you feel younger and stay healthier, well into your later years.
From resting heart rate to waist circumference, here's what you need to know about some important factors than can affect heart health.
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