From sound waves to x-rays to electrical signals, these heart health tests use different methods to see inside your chest. Your doctor will determine which is best for your condition.
Heart disease often lurks in the background unnoticed until a heart attack. A safe and quick coronary calcium scan can help identify your risk.
As with any major purchase, comparison shopping can help you find and choose the most cost-effective option, even with health care.
It can be difficult to tell respiratory illnesses apart based on their symptoms. Many viruses like COVID-19 or flu share a lot of the same symptoms. Use this chart for help.
Despite all we’ve learned, many COVID-19 questions remain. These answers are more important with new variants and winter surges expected.
Whether it’s illness, a packed schedule or stifling heat, sometimes we’re just not up for cooking. However, when sick, it’s especially important to maintain a healthy diet. Keep these easy recipes on hand for those low-energy...
If you participate in a health plan, your free COVID-19 tests will be paid for directly by insurance, or you will be reimbursed later for the cost.
Remembering medication is an essential part of health and wellness for millions of Americans taking prescriptions. Here are 8 tips for making that a little easier.
We typically think of Rx interactions between different medications, but various foods can also change the way medicine interacts you’re your body. This quiz will let you know whether statins interact with cheese or fish, which...
Pharmacogenetic tests offer more precise information about how your body may respond to a particular drug. However, these tests are still limited to specific medications. Could it benefit you?
When starting any new medication, check with your doctor for food-drug interactions. Common foods like grapefruit, dairy, or mayonnaise can cause uncommon reactions when mixed with the wrong drug. Food high in certain vitamins...
Your employer may offer a prescription drug plan, but do you know how to use it? Understanding your drug plan and prescriptions can help you save money and stay healthier.
Many employers offer employee assistance programs (EAPs) that can help support employees and connect them with important resources when facing a crisis.
Blood pressure can go up and down during the day. The key to monitoring it is to take consistent and accurate readings. Follow these blood pressure test tips to do that.
Also known as high blood pressure, hypertension is one of the most common and costliest chronic conditions in the United States and the world. Hypertension has a variety of lifestyle causes and possible complications. Knowledge...
Millions of Americans take medication to treat high blood pressure, or hypertension. However, many more still don’t know they have hypertension or aren’t managing their condition.
Getting the most out of your insurance plan means using your preventive care benefits. Many preventive services are now covered in full by insurance.
We all need comfort when stressed. Sometimes that can take the form of physical comforts like a warm bath or blanket, but there can also be comfort in distracting activities.