A new Bluetooth sensor can detect heart failure 10 days before it happens
You and your doctor would be notified in time to intervene.
Could this housing solution be the cure for loneliness?
A small town in Sweden is experimenting with a promising co-living project.
What the color of your urine tells you about your health
You can learn a lot from your urine.
A church in Cincinnati has wiped out $46.5 million in medical debt
There's an organization that helps eliminate medical debt for pennies on the dollar.
World’s first plaque-detecting toothpaste helps more than just your teeth
According to a study published yesterday in the American Journal of Medicine.
This is why you need to eat more protein as you age
But don't overdo it with the protein shakes.
This one condition is often mistaken for the common cold
You're coughing, fatigued, and your nose is stuffed up — textbook cold, right? Not always.
This tableware set is specifically designed for people with dementia
As her grandmother's dementia worsened, Sha Yao got to work.
Knee replacements: 9 reasons people regret opting for surgery
A 2018 study found that 20% of people are unhappy with their knee replacements. Here’s what can play into that dissatisfaction.
The 4 vaccines every adult over 50 needs to get
You know you need a flu shot every year, but that’s not the only needle with your name on it.
Women over 50: Boost your health with these 5 self-care steps
It takes more than doctor visits to stay healthy.
You might be brushing your teeth wrong — here are four tips for better dental health
There's more to preventing tooth decay than just brushing twice per day and cutting back on sugar.
These common prescription drugs might boost your dementia risk
A new study points the finger at common anticholinergic drugs
If you have high blood pressure, watch out for these 8 symptoms
If you have any of these symptoms, you should see your doctor.
What to do when it feels like dementia is stalking you
Testing for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is hardly foolproof, and could even backfire.
Most people can’t name the second-highest risk factor for cancer
Less than half of people asked were aware it was linked to cancer at all.