Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards, along with Republican colleague Shelley Capito, recently introduced a resolution which recognizes the risks of cardiovascular disease and promotes preventive heart screenings for women.
D.C.'s children are making improvements in changing dangerous and unhealthy behaviors and curbing school violence, a biennial survey shows.
New research by the American College of Sports Medicine in Indianapolis shows that the D.C. area ranked No. 1 on the 2014 Annual Fit City Index, which compares the nation’s 50 largest metropolitan areas and measured their preventative health behavior, ...
While seniors can and should get outside, they need to take steps to stay as comfortable, and as safe, as possible.
With lupus, no two cases are alike.
The military's most pressing question remains as to why it cannot defeat its most insidious enemy: suicide.
African Americans and Latinos in the District of Columbia routinely visit their primary care doctors and receive regular preventive care to ward off possible illnesses and other medical problems.
High blood pressure affects 68 million Americans—that’s nearly one in three adults.
Though the allergy season in the District area began late this spring, it has is already shaping into a particularly uncomfortable one.
If you are feeling depressed or anxious, you are not alone.
Why is medical care in the United States so expensive?
As millions of Americans celebrate their newfound status as medically "insured" through the Affordable Care Act, they may still join the ranks of financially strapped patients facing the rising cost of medical services.
At Walmart, our commitment to healthy eating begins by understanding our customers and fulfilling our mission of saving people money so they can live better.
In the current economic climate, not only is there a critical need for jobs and affordable housing, but the need for adequate nutritional resources has also skyrocketed.
Not only should we take the time to remember the great strides and accomplishments the generations before us have made and continue to make, but we also need to think seriously about their well-being.