Going Back to the Office? The Colder Temperature Could Lead to Weight Gain

Living or working in a cool environment for extended periods can lower core body temperature. This decreases metabolic rate and may cause weight gain.

Work & Money

What You Need to Know About Obesity

If you or a loved one has obesity, here are some facts to help you understand this common disease

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Environmental and Societal Factors, Not Just Diet and Exercise, Contribute to Obesity

Healthcare providers need to look at more than what's on the plate to understand obesity

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The Top 5 Foods That Reduce Inflammation

These anti-inflammatory foods can reduce chronic inflammation and improve your health

Your Wellness

Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others

Chronic excessive levels of sedentary time have been linked to greater risk of diabetes, heart disease, mortality and even some cancers

Your Wellness

I Was Taking 5 Medications for Type 2 Diabetes. Now I’m Medication-Free.

After my mother passed away, food became my best friend — but I learned how to make healthy choices my BFF instead

Real Women, Real Stories

Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

What do you need to know about diabetes and heart disease? Dr. Nieca Goldberg suggests questions to ask if you have either or both conditions.

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The Connection Between Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Women's Health

Type 2 diabetes greatly increases your chance of developing cardiovascular disease, and the two share many risk factors. Luckily, you can make changes to lower your risk for both.

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I Live With a Chronic Illness. Vaccines Help Me Stay Alive.

I've done my research, and I have no hesitation about taking the COVID-19 vaccine. I encourage others to do the same.

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Clinical Trials Need a Broader Approach to Improve Osteoarthritis Outcomes

Risk factors, racial disparities and sex differences should all be considered

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Shameless: S. Epatha Merkerson on the Sweet Truth About Diabetes

The multi-award-winning actress, best known for Law & Order, opens up

Your Health

Staying Healthy: Vaccines for Women Living with Diabetes

As we age, so do our immune systems, making it increasingly hard for them to fight off infections.

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Despite Multiple Misdiagnoses, I’m Living Life With a Joyful Heart

Debora never imagined her gestational diabetes diagnosis during her second pregnancy would be the beginning to her long, rough health journey. Read her story.

Real Women, Real Stories

Diabetes and Heart Attack Risk: What's the Connection?

About 68 percent of people age 65 and older with diabetes die from some form of heart disease. Here's what you need to know.

Your Health