Stories and Insights
Heart attack symptoms in women can be subtle. But less severe symptoms don’t mean a less severe heart attack.
Lower back pain often responds to exercise therapy and conservative treatment. But for certain conditions, medication or surgery may be necessary.
Using opioid pain medications during and after pregnancy can have significant affects on you and your baby.
Recent studies, including one conducted at UT Southwestern, discovered most people who think they are allergic to penicillin are not actually allergic to the drug.
NFL players maintain elite strength-training routines. Dr. Joshi explains why their workouts may put them at risk for heart problems after retirement.
Having a big baby can complicate things – but it’s difficult to accurately predict weight before birth.
Studies show rising colorectal cancer rates among younger adults. Dr. Beg discusses how a healthy lifestyle and proper screening can reduce the risk.
Studies show more women are using marijuana while pregnant, without knowing the possible risks to their baby.
Take a look at how we celebrated 28 Days of Heart Health this February and use these videos, articles, and recipes to keep your heart healthy all year long.
Early exposure to peanut products might prevent children from developing peanut allergies.