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.
Oprah Radio hosts Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete talk about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and its risk factors.
An update on heart disease in 2005, including who is at risk and preventative care, from Dr. Lynn Perry-Bottinger.