Whether it's self-imposed or caused by a sleep disorder, a lack of slumber leads to the release of both cortisol and CRP. (Chronic stress can do the same thing.)
Getting a simple blood test for a little-known disease marker could save your life.
The incidence of stroke among middle-aged women has tripled since 1988. Help turn it around with a better understanding of the risk factors and signs of stroke.
An update on heart disease in 2005, including who is at risk and preventative care, from Dr. Lynn Perry-Bottinger.
Oprah Radio hosts Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete talk about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and its risk factors.