We all get aches and pains from time to time. Maybe it happens to you during or after exercise, or while you're working in the garden or on a home improvement project.

Getting a diagnosis of any kind of cancer can be frightening. One of the first things many patients do is learn everything they can about their illness, including what options for disease management and treatment are available. This can be challenging if a person’s cancer is considered rare.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It occurs when the cartilage in the joints wears down over time. The key to treating osteoarthritis is understanding the condition and actively managing the symptoms, and there are other options beyond simply taking a prescription medicine. Here's what you need to know and discuss with your doctor.

Baby boomers are increasingly finding answers to health questions online, and not necessarily just on medical Web sites. They’re finding health information, personal stories and support on social networking sites where members engage directly with other members through private messages and online groups.

Here are seven important reasons everyone should get their hearing checked according to Miss America Deidre Downs, spokesperson for the Better Hearing Institute.

Today’s Baby Boomers are the first generation to grow up with television and contrary to popular opinion, recent studies show they are still the generation most likely to embrace new technology. In other words, Boomers are more likely than the younger generations to have a high definition television (HDTV), iPod, digital video recorders (DVRs) and subscription to satellite service.

Younger generations of Americans have long looked up to their elders as paragons of good financial common sense. The “Greatest Generation” managed to get through the country’s toughest economic conditions with a dogged attitude about saving and minimal spending. So it’s surprising to find out that many seniors are facing high levels of credit card debt.