Sundays in February, Heart Health Month, have become the traditional time to learn how you can help your heart to work properly.
The Centers for Disease Control has issued new guidance on the Zika virus for travelers and pregnant women.
Many people are calling for a discussion about mental health, depression and suicide prevention.
Allergies are generally associated with being outdoors but being inside can also lead to symptoms of sneezing, a runny nose and wheezing.
Doctors think they’ve come up with a way to make sure you don’t forget your pills. They’re sending text alerts!
Super Bowl Sunday is, after all, the second biggest eating day each year, right after Thanksgiving.
Many people think you don’t have to worry about high cholesterol until you’re older, but doctors say that isn’t the case.
Every year on February 5th, men and women across America wear red to bring awareness to women’s heart disease.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is continuing its message that pregnant women should not travel to areas where Zika is spread…
Tucked inside a building on the UConn campus at Storrs is a research laboratory dedicated to vaccine development.
While it may not be at the top of your list of health concerns, it will be, if it affects you.