What if a test could predict how well bariatric surgery would help you lose weight? Learn about these four obesity subtypes and what they can tell you.
A common side effect of lung cancer is shortness of breath, which can be uncomfortable and even frightening. Here are some ways to manage the challenge.
Bariatric surgery complications may be more common for obese people who have experienced childhood physical or sexual abuse, according to this study.
Major journal retractions have called into question some popular nutrition research. Can you tell the difference between good and bad food science?
Could diet soda be part of the solution to the obesity epidemic, or part of the problem? Here's what you should know about no-calorie drinks.
Leukemia is considered a gene-related disease, but usually is not hereditary—meaning, it can’t be inherited from parent to child.
Understanding more about the type of leukemia you have can help you make treatment decisions and get a clearer sense of your prognosis.
Is RFM a better indicator of body fat than the classic BMI assessment? Researchers think it may be more reliable, and much simpler to use.
This study finds that friends and family can have a positive impact on your breast cancer treatment decisions and help you work through your emotions.
Most patients with type 2 diabetes stop taking their medications within a year. Learn why this is risky, and ways you can reduce your need for them safely.