What is diabesity and can it be reversed? Cooper Clinic CEO and Preventive Medicine Physician Camron Nelson, MD, explains how diabetes caused by obesity can be prevented and possibly reversed.
Daily stress, processed foods, obesity—each of these can cause long-term inflammation. Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, shares groundbreaking insights on the effects of chronic inflammation.
When should forgetfulness promote cause for cognitive concern? President and Chief Executive Officer of The Cooper Institute, Laura DeFina, MD, explains the difference between the symptoms of aging and dementia.
How do you rank the importance of exercise? Riva Rahl, MD, shares why she believes exercise is medicine and physical activity is proven to positively affect your attitude.
Supplements recommended by women, for women. Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Carolyn M. Terry, MD, shares her top 4 supplement essentials for women.
Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Michael Clark, MD, recommends three top supplements to take daily. He also shares an "ah-ha!" moment from medical school regarding the purpose of these recommended supplements.
Practically reduce your risk of skin cancer and possibly reverse the sun’s damaging effects. Cooper Clinic Preventive and Cosmetic Dermatologist Kejal R. Shah, MD, FAAD, shares steps to protect and renew your skin.
Stress is a natural part of life. But did you know stress can also seriously affect your body’s immune system? Dr. Michele Kettles, Cooper Clinic Chief Medical Officer, shares her top 10 healthy habits to keep your immune system strong during COVID-19.
Intermittent fasting has gained quite the following in the past few years - but is there truth behind the trend? Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician and Cooper Weight Loss Medical Director Emily Hebert explains the science and sustainability of intermittent fasting.
Learn how depression and anxiety can affect your heart. Cooper Clinic Cardiologist Nina Radford, MD, shares her perspective on the impact of depression and anxiety on developing heart disease and managing it once it is diagnosed.