Did you know you could be at risk of developing lung cancer even if you’ve never picked up a cigarette? Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Nina Radford explains risks of lung cancer for non-smokers and the new lung cancer screening recommendations.
Thyroid cancer is on the rise, but why? Find out what Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper thinks about the increased incidence of thyroid cancer.
Are you worried about keeping your inner pH in check by balancing the acidic and alkaline foods you eat? If so, you may be wasting your time.
Do you have so much piled up in your home or so many activities crammed into your daily to-do list that you can’t see over the mountain of clutter? Get three tips for cleaning out the clutter in your home and in your life.
Stress in the workplace can take a toll on employees and employer’s health. And it costs businesses billions of dollars annually. How stressed is your work environment?
Deciding what shoes to wear is more than making a fashion statement. Choosing the right shoes could mean the difference between a painful and a pain-free day.
Summer is coming! You probably know wearing sunscreen is important, but do you know what SPF to use, how much sunscreen to put on or how often it should be reapplied? Prevent skin damage or skin cancer; review this sunscreen guide.
It’s easy to fall prey to a medical myth that results in anxiety, fear and uncertainty about undergoing a particular medical procedure. Do you believe this myth about radiation exposure during a CT scan for coronary artery calcification?
Misinformation found on the Internet, lack of information provided by your doctor or a misunderstanding may cause you to believe a medical myth. Believing these myths can lead to a great amount of anxiety, concern and uncertainty about medical procedures.
Do you know which medical tests and screenings you need and how frequently you should be screened? Learn how to personalize your preventive care based on health conditions, age and family history.