Cardiologist Sarah Clauss, MD, shares five ways families can prioritize heart health this February during American Heart Month.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 40,000 infants born in the United States each year will have a congenital heart defect or heart disease.
While warding off sickness requires a daily commitment to healthy choices beyond just nutrition, eating a well-balanced, colorful diet can also help you avoid common pitfalls.
There are several variations of winter vegetables that can keep your body and mind in top-notch condition, even in freezing temperatures.
Without a healthy breakfast, kids miss out on the fuel needed for improved performance on demanding mental tasks and motivation to be physically active.