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5 Risks for Cardiovascular Disease Unique to Women

Beyond diet and exercise, these things can increase a woman’s odds of developing heart issues



5 Things to Know About Fatty Liver Disease

One type, in particular, often goes missed — and it’s on the rise in the U.S.

FDA Restricts Use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

Some adults can still get the shot, including individuals who would otherwise go unvaccinated

6 Reasons Not to Ignore Foot Pain

The discomfort could signal a more serious health issue

Belly Fat Blast 2 Workout With Denise Austin

A 10-minute cardio workout to burn calories, focus on the core muscles and tone abdominals

What to Know About the Latest Subvariants

Omicron’s family tree is growing and its mutations are driving new infections

Does One-Way Masking Protect Against COVID?

A face mask will protect the wearer even if others go without

8 Early Warning Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

Initial symptoms can be mistaken for other illnesses, learn what to look for

Are You Sleeping Too Much or Not Enough?

Researchers say seven hours per night is the ideal amount

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Are You Headed Toward Diabetes?

You might have an earlier stage of the disease and not even know it. Here are the risk factors

What to Do After a Diabetes Diagnosis

7 simple changes you can make to improve your life going forward

Desserts for People With Diabetes

From chocolate to chia pudding, which treats to try if you’re watching your blood sugar

Medicare Telehealth Use Soars During COVID-19 Pandemic

1 in 4 beneficiaries 'saw' medical provider remotely

How to Get Started With Telemedicine

We take you through setting up an appointment

Is Telehealth the Answer for Rural Areas?

Dialing in to a doctor can solve some issues

Your 50 Top Health Questions Answered

AARP answers your top medical concerns from our Exclusive Survey on Health and Aging

7 Superfoods You Should Be Eating After 50

These standouts can keep you healthy as nutritional needs change with age

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