Neurostimulators claim to help people feel significantly less pain caused by peripheral neuropathy related to blood sugar. However, not all experts believe that there is strong evidence that they work.
There is a certain level of stigma around medical alert systems. But, 86 percent of people who have them have used them, making them an incredible tool.
Inflammation impacts cell health and has been linked to insulin resistance. New research shows that using anti-inflammatory pain killers and steroids may give people short-term benefits but long-term chronic pain.
We hear so many studies about how alcohol aids health that it’s easy to think it’s universally true. But, according to a new study, no amount of alcohol should be considered healthy for people under the age of 40.
America is at a critical infection point for heart and metabolic health. Less than seven percent of adults in a large survey had good cardiometabolic health, and the rate is heading downward.
For the first time, laws may be passed that could change how addictive tobacco products are. If passed, the new regulations would limit how much nicotine is in tobacco products making them less addictive and, hopefully, easier to quit.
Mindfulness can improve health in many ways. But a review has found that claims that eight weeks of mindfulness training can change the structure of your brain are false.
A new study has found that you can build habits more easily by making “if-then” plans instead of relying on motivation. If you link actions to a situation, you can create stimulus-response links that can make habits stick.
Emergencies can keep you inside and away from fresh supplies. We all need to be prepared to hunker down and wait out the storm—be it figurative or literal. But, if you have blood sugar concerns, your emergency kit needs may be different.
High blood pressure in young people between the ages of 20 and 40 may be linked to cognitive changes in people around the age of 55. High blood pressure changes brain structure, cognition and cerebrovascular function, even in children.