Studies show a vast majority of Americans say politics is one of the top reasons they feel overwhelmed. Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician and Chief Medical Officer Michele Kettles, MD, MSPH, offers ways you can stay informed without becoming overwhelmed.
When service men and women return home from deployment, their health often gets placed on the back burner. Cooper Clinic preventive medicine physician S. Michael Clark, MD, discusses why it's important for veterans to make their health a priority.
Cooper Clinic radiologist and breast imaging subspecialist R. Vance Dell, MD, answers the most common questions he receives regarding breast cancer.
As you age, the brain shrinks, often leading to cognitive decline. Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Christopher Abel, MD, shares five lifestyle choices you can make now to help boost your brain power as you age.
A recent study shows only 23 percent of American adults are getting enough exercise. Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Riva Rahl, MD, offers simple ways you can move more throughout the day.
Heat-related deaths are considered one of the deadliest weather-related health outcomes in the United States. Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper shares tips to help prevent heat-related illness.
Traveling overseas can be exciting, but it's important to be prepared. Michele Kettles, Md, MSPH, offers tips for travelers embarking on journeys abroad.
Can you get sunburnt through a car window? What about burn on a cloudy day? Cooper Clinic Preventive and Cosmetic Dermatologist Kejal Shah, MD, FAAD, answers some burning questions regarding skin care.
February 2018 research shows certain strains of bad bacteria could play a role in the development of colon cancer. Cooper Clinic Gastroenterology Director Abram Eisenstein, MD, explains how this discovery could one day help prevent colon cancer.
Many of us associate the risk of heart attacks and strokes with people over the age of 65. However, you might be surprised to learn 10 percent of first-time heart attacks occur in individuals under age 50. Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD, discusses the shocking statistics.