The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is upon us. Our bodies and minds seem to be at full speed during December, which can consequently hinder our sleeping habits. We asked our Cooper Aerobics resident experts to share their top sleeping tips for the busy season. Read more about how to get a few extra zzz's.
November is American Diabetes Month aiming to raise awareness in the movement to Stop Diabetes? Nearly 26 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes. If you are battling the disease, learn five tips to help you take control of your health.
If you ever experience that uncomfortable pain in your stomach, it could be indigestion. If it's a pain near your heart, it's probably heartburn. Read more to find out the similarities and differences between heartburn and indigestion and what you can do to lessen the discomfort from both conditions.
While there have been many advances in breast cancer detection and treatment, we are still often left with misleading information about how and why breast cancer surfaces. Read these top five common myths about breast cancer and learn the truth.
We all know what we weigh on the scale, but what about our body composition, or body fat? Cooper Clinic offers two different ways to measure body fat. Read more to find out which process is right for you and how it works.
Whether it's a common cold or the flu, symptoms such as fatigue, congestion and body aches are never easy to deal with. This fall and winter fight back the flu with helpful preventive steps from a Cooper Clinic physician.
Healthy nutrition and a balanced diet help more than your waistline. As the largest organ on your body, you skin is always hungry for proper hydration, food and supplements. Read more about your skin's cravings and what makes it glow.
Sleep plays a big part in our daily routine. Lack of it can promote hunger, stress and contribute to less exercise. Learn how many hours of sleep you should get to keep healthy and some simple tricks to establish a relaxed routine.
Staying healthy in your 30s and 40s is just as important as in your 70s and beyond. But what do you need to do differently during each decade of your life? Read more about tips to live well at every stage of life.
All too often we diagnose a cold as allergies and allergies as a cold. Which is it? Before you go diagnosing your sniffles and sneezes, read this Q&A with a Cooper Clinic physician to solve your symptom mystery.