Foods high in certain types of fat, sugar or salt can increase your risk for and worsen heart disease. In this video, Mary Ann McLaughlin, MD, a cardiologist at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, suggests foods you should avoid.
There was a time when nude nail polish—like Crayola's "Flesh" crayon—referred to exactly one color. That time has passed: The new nude polishes (like those we saw all over the fall 2014 runways) are definitely not a one-shade-fits-all proposition. See for yourself—check out 24 flattering shades that make your hands look younger, more graceful, and, well, more polished.
By Marcy Street, MD Marcy Street, MD, is a Mayo Clinic-trained dermatologist. Dr. Street was the first fellowship-trained African American female Mohs surgeon in the United States. She is the Founder and Medical Director of the Doctor’s Approach family of services, including Doctor’s Approach Dermatology, a complete care medical clinic specializing in skin cancer, and Doctor’s Approach Medspa & Laser Center Q. I thought skin cancers…
People with heightened activity in the amygdala, an area of the brain linked to stress, may be at greater risk of heart disease and stroke, scientists said on Thursday in research that could lead to new ways to treat stress-related heart problems.