For many patients, receiving a medical diagnosis can cause a mix of emotions – from relief that their symptoms are no longer a mystery, to fear about how to cope with the disease. To manage the range of emotions and live well after a diagnosis, it is important to establish a strong support network. In fact, Dr. John Klippel, CEO of the Arthritis Foundation, believes patients who do so are often in better control of their disease.

A colorful side salad can round out a meal. A bountiful salad can be the meal! Any time of year, salads are a great way to get your fruits and vegetables and, with a little creativity, you can make great-tasting salads your family will enjoy every day.

Concerns over children’s cold remedies have many parents thinking twice before opening the medicine cabinet to treat their little one’s cough or cold. Now more than ever, parents are looking for ways to proactively support their children’s respiratory health and immune systems.

Everyday millions of Americans make resolutions for personal improvement they intend to keep. But why is it so difficult to stick to them? With a little help from internationally recognized life coach and renowned author, Laura Berman Fortgang, your resolutions can become a reality, and give you a reason to smile all year long.

For many people, the holiday season is one of the most stressful times of the year. You have to get the house cleaned up before the out-of-town guests arrive, hang the decorations, shop for presents, make time for charitable endeavors, prepare the holiday feast, and the list goes on.

It’s a disease so common it strikes every 20 seconds, yet Americans earn a failing grade when it comes to basic knowledge about diabetes, according to a recent Harris Interactive survey conducted on behalf of the American Diabetes Association.

While a little burning is expected when you fire up the grill, a leading gastroenterologist says that if you follow some simple, at-home guidelines, you may be able to avoid the burning sensation in your chest.