If you’ve received a cancer diagnosis, you may have been asked to participant in a clinical trial. Knowledge is power! Learn about the benefits of cancer clinical trials from The Cooper Institute.
Trying to lose weight but not succeeding? It may be because you’ve fallen prey to one of many common myths regarding weight gain and weight loss.
Think you exercise well and aren’t at risk of injury due to muscle weakness or imbalance? Take the Functional Fitness Assessment to see just how balanced your body really is.
The options for preventive health screenings are seemingly endless. Do you know which tests are recommended? Find out which screenings Cooper Clinic physicians recommend for men and women.
A sedentary lifestyle can negatively affect your heart health. But does having a desk job really mean you’re more prone to heart disease?
Summertime can wreak havoc on your skin. From sunburn to bug bites and dry skin, find out how to take care of your skin this summer.
Many studies point to a connection between dehydration and memory loss, but what are the real implications of dehydration on the brain?
Did you know you could be at risk of developing lung cancer even if you’ve never picked up a cigarette? Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Nina Radford explains risks of lung cancer for non-smokers and the new lung cancer screening recommendations.
Thyroid cancer is on the rise, but why? Find out what Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper thinks about the increased incidence of thyroid cancer.
Are you worried about keeping your inner pH in check by balancing the acidic and alkaline foods you eat? If so, you may be wasting your time.