We have a fascination, some even a fixation on celebrities. Stacy Matson, our celebrity health blogger keeps us up to date on the health and medical lives of celebrities that we know on a national and international scale, highlighting familiar faces from television, film, politics and sports
Why the hell didn’t I check this eight months ago when my doctor told me to? Too busy, I guess. This feels like an irresponsible, stupid and lame excuse - Brooke Burke-Charvet
The question is…how do you avoid packing on the pounds while still eating, drinking, and being all kinds of merry? There has to be a way, right? There is, and certain very fit celebrities are sharing their secrets with us
Let's Move is about putting children on the path to a healthy future. The campaign's goal is to motivate children to become more active and eat healthier so that they reach adulthood at a healthy weight
Breast cancer is still one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers for women. When caught and treated early, there is a 96% survival rate so - No More Excuses! Get your pink on, grab a friend, get a mammogram and go volunteer somewhere!
The Fourth of July is a time to relax with family and friends, and sometimes a little gluttony is good for the soul (my words, not Jillian’s
"Most people, when they get to empty, they have a reserve tank. But with MS you go to empty, you are on empty" - Ann Romney
Depression has a new form of treatment that is safe and has no side effects. Well, maybe the occasional wet face. Around the world, dogs are being used to help people cope with mental illness
In the past few years prescription drugs have claimed the lives of more celebrities than hard drugs like heroin and cocaine. Will Whitney Houston be on that list?
We all know that eating sticks of butter and cups of sugar for a snack then sitting around like a sloth is not a good idea, unless you’re Paula Deen and have found a way to turn that into millions of dollars
Gout, the disease of kings, has the distinction of being one of the most recorded medical illnesses throughout history
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