What kinds of weight loss goals and expectations should you set for yourself, and how can you begin your weight loss plan? Cooper Clinic Director of Weight Loss Programming and Staff Dietitian, Molly Wangsgaard, explains.
Rick Salewske once weighed more than 530 pounds. Today, he’s down 300 pounds, continues to live a healthy lifestyle and is working to motivate others to do the same.
Being fit and active can greatly affect a man’s risk of getting cancer and dying from cancer later in life. Continue reading to learn more.
Cooper Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Rick Wilson explains how the skin, your body’s largest organ, is affected both positively and negatively by the food and drink you consume every day.
What bad beauty habits do you have that might be damaging your skin? Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Helen Kaporis explains some of the most common beauty habits and how to break them.
A DEXA scan, historically used for bone density scanning, is also an accurate way to measure body composition. Learn about this simple, yet advanced technology.
Metabolic syndrome is a set of risk factors that increases one’s risk of premature death due to heart disease, diabetes or stroke. Increasing muscle mass with strength training can improve these risk factors.
Confession time: do you have some bad habits you need to break? Those habits could be holding you back from a happier, healthier you.
If you’re seeing a dermatologist for the first time as part of a preventive exam or out of concern from a self-check, know what to expect with tips from Cooper Clinic Dermatology.
When it comes to heart health and fitness, there’s one number you should know—VO2 max. Do you know your VO2 max? Find out what it is and why it’s important.