November is American Diabetes Month, a time to recognize the deadly disease that nearly 24 million children and adults live with today.

Salt is simply everywhere, from frozen dinners to canned soup, and fast food to fine dining fare. For anyone, following a low-sodium diet can be a challenge. Here are helpful tips to help you adjust your diet.

It’s not corned beef on rye or ham and cheese. The “sandwich” generation is the 40-something Americans, sandwiched between two generations: their parents and their children.

The relationship between a physician and a patient is an important one, especially if a complex diagnosis is involved. But sometimes there are barriers on both ends that can cause confusion and frustration. By following these suggestions, you’ll be in a better position to maximize the outcome of your doctor appointments.

According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, in the course of a year, Americans suffer one billion colds. With statistics like that, one might assume that most Americans know how to treat their cold and flu symptoms. Here are some heart healthy tips for the cold and flu season.

You’re rushing out of the office on a weeknight, hoping to get your daughter to soccer practice on time, cook dinner and help your other child with their homework. Just as you hit the road, your cell phone rings. It’s the pharmacy telling you that the two prescriptions your father needs immediately are ready for pick up.

Americans are paying more and more for their medications, with many seeing double-digit increases or more over the past decade. The changing landscape of brand names, generics and over-the-counter choices is confusing. And health insurance coverage is changing rapidly too.