Experts will discuss mental health issues, the warning signs of mental illness and the resources available to help.
Do you know your numbers? No, not your lotto picks. Your health statistics. Doctors say the best way to work towards healthy goals is to know where you stand in the medical numbers game. Which four are the most important?
Dr. Michael Roizen, chief medical correspondent for the Dr. Oz show, New York Times best-selling author of Real Age and YOU: Having a Baby, as well as Past Chair of an FDA advisory committee, examines today's diet dos and don'ts and helps you navigate the waters around fatty fish and omega-3 fatty acid consumption.
Video games help young burn victims regain movement.
More than a third of kids and teens in US are overweight but how they view themselves may surprise you.
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Doctors warns mouth guards won't protect young athletes from concussions.
Keeping your skin healthy and youthful doesn't have to drain your bank account.
Terrorism, shootings, international unrest; the world is full of turmoil right now and for some, that's a lot of pressure to handle. But mental health experts say there are ways you can deal with stress so it doesn't become a serious problem.
New research on how we pick our friends, the effects of pill appearance, and reasons to get up and move!