A strong handshake could be an indication of a healthy heart, a new study suggests.
Your stamina — or the time it takes for you to reach peak exhaustion during exercise — can be tied to your dementia risk, and a new study …
March is National Kidney Month, and March 8th is World Kidney Day. Fred Brown, board member of the National Kidney Foundation, along with tw…
The number of children admitted to hospitals for opioid overdose has nearly doubled since 2004, according to a new study.
Focusing on your heart starts with what you eat.
New research calls into question what’s in those IV bags that nearly every hospitalized patient gets. Using a different intravenous fluid in…
There are a lot of causes for chest pain like acid reflux and anxiety. But for women, chest pain could spell even bigger trouble.
Before the shooting in Parkland where 17 people died at Douglas High School, 20 young students and six adults lost their lives at Sandy Hook…
We are joined by Dr. Jared Selter, MD to give us a better understanding about high blood pressure and hypertension.
Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women, but women have different risks than men.
Your Apple Watch can do a lot more than just track your steps.
The jackhammer outside the window, the honking horns — for many of us, loud noise can be a source of stress or a frequent annoyance.
The stock market closed down dropping and spinning on Monday, a sight that was hard for some people to watch.
Broken Heart Syndrome is a very real health concern. Dr. Imran Ali of Bridgeport Hospital helps explain the causes and symptoms.