prevention

People who eat more fiber lower their risk of chronic diseases.
  More than 30 years ago, I suggested in The Gerontologist that Americans who were old, poor, and female were in “triple
My worries are worsened in this political climate, as patients face the threat of losing health insurance.
Less Cancer Chairman Tom Sherman, M.D. Photo by Vincent Ricardel Others included Suzi Tobias, Advocate and Founder, Less
Junk food ad spend is enormous - 5 million for a 30 second ad in the 2017 Super Bowl - and snack and fast-food companies
What is behind this 21st century "epidemic"? Drug trafficking and organized crime, weak institutions and a lack of opportunities
This is a crosspost of my blog, Healthy Food & Healthy Living. Spices for healing are an old belief with a modern incarnation
Less Cancer has been at the forefront of informing people on everything from lifestyle to the environmental risks associated
On Friday, hundreds gathered to remember the victims of that horrific day when gun violence claimed 14 more lives and left 22 people with serious injuries.
A projected 13.8 million Americans will suffer from Alzheimer's disease by 2050 if no new medical breakthroughs are discovered. Advanced age remains the greatest known risk factor for Alzheimer's, but genetics also plays a significant role in whether or not someone develops the disease.
What do Ken Burns and Valerie Simpson have in common? They are both highly accomplished, creative and articulate individuals
In the few days since the election, I have spent much of my time wondering how to move forward. You are a father and a grandfather
Who should get a mammogram? What age should you get your first mammogram? What might be some ways that can lower your risk
Co-authored by C. Robert Horsburgh Jr. The World Health Organization has just released its annual Global Tuberculosis Report
Doorae Shin and Joy Waters, VegFest Oahu, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. A free event addresses health and environmental issues while
Prevention is an investment. Investments in local, state and federal public health infrastructure are necessary to stop the spread of Zika and other infectious diseases in the United States, as well as address the health outcomes for those who are infected.
A new study, led by Nirupa Matthan from Tufts Medical Center, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Here in Florida, along all of the Gulf Coast and Caribbean, humidity comes along with that staggering heat, a fact that residents