Early Menopause Could Hurt Your Heart

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Women typically go through menopause in their early 50s. Hitting menopause before this age might carry some serious risks to...

Foodborne Illness Still a Problem in the US

By Morgan Jones (dailyRx News) You expect food to nourish you, not to make you ill. But foodborne illness remains a problem in the US,...

5 Ways to Make Your Kids Nutritionally Savvy

By Cleveland Clinic  Want to get your kids involved in making smart eating decisions? It’s about more than limiting access to unhealthy options. It’s also...

Don’t Pass the Salt, Please—6 of the Saltiest Foods

By Sabrina Bachai Salty foods can cause a number of health problems, including high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure, osteoporosis, stomach cancer, kidney disease, kidney...

High Cholesterol Linked to Problems Getting Pregnant

By Nancy Maleki (dailyRx News) Many couples hoping to start a family expect to become pregnant quickly, but that's not always the case. There's one...

A smoothie for glowing skin and seven more beautifying nutrients

Want shinier hair and brighter skin? Nutritionist Tara Miller shares her secrets to radiate from the inside out! Although it’s taken what feels like forever,...

Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity (Mayoclinic)

You know exercise is good for you, but do you know how good? From boosting your mood to improving your sex life, find out...

Does Eating Clay Have Real Health Benefits?

By Sabrina Bachai Actress Shailene Woodley speaks highly about the health benefits of eating clay. This might sound strange, but the actress claims that doing...

Exercise Can Improve Quality of Life for Stroke Survivors

By Don Rauf (dailyRx News) Although a stroke can limit a person's ability to move, many who have had a stroke can still join in...

Equal Stroke Risk for Men and Women with Sleep Apnea

By Katti Gray (dailyRx News) Stroke is a risk that comes with having sleep apnea. While certain health disorders may affect men and women differently,...

IBD Could Affect Your Heart

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Inflammatory bowel diseases are serious conditions on their own. But they also can lead to life-threatening complications that may extend...

Air Pollution Around Pregnant Mothers Tied to Child’s Asthma

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) The foods that a woman eats during pregnancy can have a huge impact on her baby's development, both before and...

10 Amazing Benefits Of Green Beans

By Anamika Green beans are also known as string beans and are easily available in most grocery stores. Their nutrient content includes fibers, vitamins, minerals and very...

13 Ways To Use Cucumbers

By Melissa Breyer Ah the humble cucumber–it sits patiently in the crisper drawer while its flashier cousins are being scooped up and devoured for dinner. The cucumber just...

Study: Statin and Antibody Combo Lowered Very High Cholesterol

By Don Rauf (dailyRx News) For many patients, statins have been an effective therapy for reducing high levels of cholesterol. For some with very high...

Celiac Diagnoses Spike Overseas

By Katti Gray (dailyRx News) Food made from wheat and other gluten-containing flours may satisfy certain palates. But it sickens those who are allergic to...

Ten Reasons to Eat More Carrots

By Chey Conner Carrots are a food that I always have on hand and are a food that more times than not I get organic....

29 Amazing Benefits Of Peanuts For Skin, Hair And Health

Arshi May 12, 2014 Peanuts are popularly used as a seed oil in India. Since they are obtained from the ground, they are also sometimes...

Better Sleep for Better Breast Cancer Survival

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) Sufficient sleep is essential to all aspects of a person's health. And for people not in good health, such as...

Parents May Pass Down Bad Habits

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) The risks of smoking can extend beyond your own health and that of individuals breathing the secondhand smoke. They may...

Their Heart

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women in high-income countries. It seems that the biggest risk factor...

It’s Not Too Late For Cardiovascular Fitness

By Morgan Jones (dailyRx News) Once you pass a certain age, maintaining a healthy level of cardiovascular fitness may start to feel like a lost...

Fruits and Veggies Every Day May Keep Stroke Away

By Liza Baskin (dailyRx News) Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death and disability in the United States. What if you could help prevent...

Foods That Help You Live Longer

By dailyRx Staff Lifestyle factors like a poor diet and inactivity can increase our risk for diseases, including cancer and heart disease — the top...

Potential HIV Treatment Could Be Found in Soy Sauce

By Chris Weller A popular compound used in soy sauce as a flavor enhancer, known as EFdA, has been shown 70 times more effective than...

Tips to Prevent Lyme Disease

By Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Before gardening, camping, hiking, or just playing outdoors, make tick bite prevention part of your outdoor plans. Over 25,000...

Testosterone Levels Tied to Prostate Cancer Progression

By Morgan Jones (dailyRx News) In some prostate cancer patients, the disease is closely watched, rather than actively treated. A new study suggested that testosterone...

New Guidelines Target Lowering Repeat Stroke Risk

By Don Rauf (dailyRx News) At least a quarter of the 795,000 Americans who have a stroke each year will have another stroke within their...