New research suggests that the cardiovascular benefits of healthy diets may be determined by more than what is in the food when we put it on our plate. Those health benefits may also be determined by how our gut metabolizes those foods. Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Nina Radford explains.
To take control of your health, you must first identify your health-related goals and then discuss them with your physician. Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Emily Hebert, MD, gives tips for starting small to achieve a healthier lifestyle.
We spend one-third of our lives at work, which means your workplace can positively or negatively affect your lifestyle habits. Does your workplace wellness program meet your needs as an employee, or improve your organization as an employer?
Workplace stress can cause various health issues that can keep you from living a balanced, well-rounded life. Dr. Tyler Cooper, President and CEO of Cooper Aerobics, explains why professional wellness should be a top priority for both employers and employees.
Foot problems are a common issue among diabetics. Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Riva Rahl explains the risks of developing foot issues and offers tips to prevent foot problems in people with diabetes.
Can following Dr. Cooper's 8 Steps to Get Cooperized help when it comes to preventing and managing diabetes? Find out.
Ovarian cancer is the number one cancer-related cause of death in the United States. Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Dr. Emily Hebert discusses diagnosing the disease and how women can be vigilant of their own bodies and family history.
Early detection is key when it comes to diagnosing, treating and surviving breast cancer. Cooper Clinic's Vance Dell, MD, explains the importance of mammograms as a necessary preventive measure.
Does the flu shot actually give you the flu? Do I need to get a flu shot as a healthy and active adult? Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Dr. Emily Hebert answers questions as flu season approaches.
According to the CDC, the number of obese children in America has more than quadrupled in the last 30 years. Dr. Cooper explains how we must act now to curb this issue.