Experts say it only takes 21 days to break a bad habit but 66 days to form a healthy one. Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Carolyn Terry, MD, shares how to choose good health each day to build a healthier lifestyle.
Did you know you can manage your risk of becoming diabetic? Two important ways to prevent the onset include maintaining a healthy weight and through exercise. If diabetes runs in your family, take action with a simple blood test.
Breast cancer screening recommendations can often be confusing. Cooper Clinic radiologist and breast imaging specialist R. Vance Dell MD, offers insight and hope to your most probing breast health questions.
Exercise may be the best prescription for depression your doctor could recommend. Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper unpacks the impact that aerobic exercise has on lifestyle choices and its role in depression relief.
Do you know the difference between exercise and physical activity? Preventive medicine physician Dr. Riva Rahl, MD shares relatable tips on maintaining an active lifestyle and prioritizing physical fitness.
Did you know that leisure activities have the potential to add years to your life? But not all leisure activities are created equal. Nina Radford, MD, Cooper Clinic Cardiologist and Director of Clinical Research, outlines the ideal leisure activities that boast the most benefits.
Since 2009, Cooper Clinic Dermatology has detected more than 2,000 skin cancers and saved 200 patients' lives from skin cancers. Thorough screenings are the Cooper advantage. Are you taking the appropriate precautions to screen for skin cancers?
Get into the habit of practicing a skin care routine to protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays year-round. Cooper Clinic Preventive and Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Kejal R. Shah, MD, FAAD shares her personal skin care routines and products to tailor your own.
Cooper Weight Loss is a long-term weight loss program. Dr. Emily Hebert discusses her role in supervising CWL and the benefits offering participants one-on-one attention from registered dietitian nutritionists at Cooper Clinic and insight from a licensed psychologist.
Regardless of your goal—to get in shape, lose weight, eat healthier, etc.—Dr. Michael Chapman discusses the benefits of setting smaller, shorter-term goals to motivate you and help you be successful.