Knee and hip problems can be a natural part of aging. There are several options to ease pain and discomfort, ranging from non-invasive treatments to surgical interventions. 
There are two types of diabetes that affect children: Type 1 and Type 2. Watching for signs and symptoms is important for early detection and intervention. 
Participating in high-intensity activities with asthma is possible. Aasha Harish, MD provides tips to ease symptoms.
High Blood Pressure is when your blood pressure, the force of blood flowing through your blood vessels, is consistently too high. Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure. Many do not even know they have it. A proper diet, exercising regularly and medication management are different ways blood pressure can be appropriately treated.
Some concussions children or young athletes experience could be avoided, but not all.
Fall and winter activities can sometimes lead to injuries. Whether it's your favorite activity or you're trying it for the first time, here are tips to prevent common seasonal injuries.
Breast cancer usually does not cause pain. As such, it's especially important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Early diagnosis of breast cancer has a better prognosis and may make the treatment easier.
Athletic trainers are an integral part of sports teams at all levels, aiding in training, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
When cold and flu season strike, taking steps to prevent catching both are key. Diana Wilkins, MD provides easy tips you can take to protect yourself from colds or the flu.
Many people mistake experiencing pain while walking as a normal part of aging, but it's not. Leg pain when walking could be an indication of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Gregory Cherr, MD explains the symptoms of PAD and when you should take leg discomfort seriously.