There are plenty of fun ways to help you live a long, healthy life that have nothing to do with diet and exercise. Dr. G shares a few of his favorites.
Numerous studies have shown the health benefits of drinking coffee, and now the latest shows that it might just save your life.
Numerous studies have shown that the mineral magnesium plays an important role in preventing colorectal cancer.
A recent study has revealed a surprisingly simple way to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
A landmark study has shown a way to slash the risk of heart attacks and strokes – and it has nothing to do with cholesterol.
Three specific compounds have been found to lower the risk of ovarian cancer, which is one of the most aggressive cancers among women.
Eating fruits and vegetables that are in season could be an important way to improve gut health and lower the risk of colon cancer.
A new test is available that can more accurately predict a man’s risk of aggressive prostate cancer.
Millions of people take OTC drugs every day assuming they’re safe, but the truth is they could be killing you.
Studies have found that vitamin B3 can help prevent both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer.
A new analysis raises questions about the benefits of mammograms for older women.
A revolutionary new “smart” lightbulb could protect against the dangers associated with energy-efficient LED lights.
An FDA-approved weight loss surgery that involves inserting a saline-filled water balloon in the stomach has killed five people.
Documents released in court have revealed that Monsanto has been engaging in a massive coverup to hide the dangers of Roundup.
Four common nutrients have been found to help combat those “senior moments.”
A recent analysis has found that statin drugs don’t extend lifespan – and actually cause more harm than good.
A new analysis shows that 80 percent of medical bills contain an error.
In an effort to avoid prescribe opioid painkillers, doctors have turned to an alternative. But is it any safer?
Consuming protein is important for helping you maintain healthy, strong muscles. But a recent study found that it’s not just about how much protein you’re eating… it’s about when.