When it comes to heart health and fitness, there’s one number you should know—VO2 max. Do you know your VO2 max? Find out what it is and why it’s important.
We drive more and walk less and huge portion sizes have become the norm. Our sedentary lifestyles and deficient diets are slowly killing us and Dr. Tyler Cooper suggests small adjustments to improve your health.
Are you addicted to caffeine? While it has some benefits, drinking too much caffeine may also have a negative effect on your health. Learn more about the pros and cons of caffeine and just how much is safe to consume daily.
Have you made a New Year’s Resolution to get more fit and live a healthier lifestyle? Keep an eye on these health and fitness trends to help you along the way.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America and is often the result of a combination of contributing health conditions. That combination of health conditions is known as metabolic syndrome.
The holiday season is a favorite time of year for many. No matter how much you look forward to the parties, festivals and family gatherings, they may have a negative impact on your sleep. Read on for tips to rest well during the holidays.
Studies have shown a possible connection between depression and heart disease. Are people who suffer from depression more likely to develop heart disease? Get the facts from Cooper Clinic Cardiologist.
How much time do you spend at your desk every day? Taking a few minutes to step away from your workstation can positively impact your health, your stress level and even your productivity.
Varicose veins are generally viewed as a cosmetic issue, but varicose veins are more than a surface issue. Learn about the health concerns related to varicose veins from Cooper Clinic’s Director of Dermatology.
If you’ve received a cancer diagnosis, you may have been asked to participant in a clinical trial. Knowledge is power! Learn about the benefits of cancer clinical trials from The Cooper Institute.