Sept. 21 marks World Alzheimer's Day.
They come from a place where people live to old age without getting Alzheimer's. But something frightening happens when they move to the U.S.
Alzheimer's can start forming in your brain as early as your 30s. Follow these tips to change your lifestyle for better brain health.
The number of hip replacements among baby boomers has grown because they want to stay active as they age.
The drugmaker, Novartis, said the move is precautionary after a potentially dangerous substance was found.
The TODAY meteorologist is returning home a day after undergoing hip replacement surgery and hopes to return to the show by the end of the month.
David Zinczenko of Eat This, Not That! shares his top tasty picks of healthy products from the Summer Fancy Food Show.
As millions of U.S. children deal with anxiety or depression, schools are trying to help.
The share of high school students using e-cigarettes has more than doubled over the past two years.
Al Roker responded to Maher's comment that "fat-shaming needs to make a comeback" by saying Maher "doesn't know what he's talking about."
These picks will help you stay organized for the busy season ahead!
The reality TV star got candid about the medical scare fans witnessed on the season premiere of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
Top apple slices with yogurt and granola for a fruity take on nachos for breakfast.
These easy back-to-school recipes will keep kids full and happy all day long.
The wife of the Detroit Lions' quarterback shared her grueling journey back from a 12-hour surgery in April to remove a brain tumor.
Jenneh Bockari-Rishe wants to help other women learn more about endometriosis and feel less alone.
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A young mother's candid social media message has been praised for revealing lesser known symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Give zits a zap with these easy tips and go-to products
The NFL quarterback Hall of Famer has battled the progressive medical condition for 15 years.
Christen O'Brien says the incident has left a lasting impression about how she thinks about and treats herself.
Doctors say it was "a miracle" that Michael Pruitt, 20, survived after he was without a pulse for 20 minutes after being electrocuted. "Everything just shut...
Because Saturdays and Sundays were made for skin care!
"Simple is usually better."
These will take the bite out of summer.
Five shark attack survivors shared their stories on TODAY, including Austin Reed, 19, a surfer who returned to the spot where he was bitten only weeks later....
The superstar stuck to a strict program in order to prepare for the 2018 Coachella music festival.
When you eat, and not just what you eat, may be important for achieving a healthy weight, new research confirms.
Inspired by their own personal experiences, students in Oregon successfully lobbied the state to pass new legislation.
We asked experts how to feel better after sitting all day!
The "Shark Tank" star said her brother's death was due to a heart condition and was not related to other American tourist deaths in the Dominican Republic this...
These foods from around the world are delicious additions to a healthy diet at home.
Jenna and Joy will teach you all their healthy tips and tricks like simple swaps and easy recipes.
These expert tips can help swimmers stay safe from ocean dangers like sharks, jellyfish and rip currents this summer.
It's the latest beauty product movement, but what is it all about?
The family of Carolyn Fleming, 77, says she died two weeks after contracting flesh-eating bacteria in an open wound.
Blending up fruity kiwi-mint, mango-ginger and piña colada smoothies to keep cool — and healthy — in the summer heat.
There's very little Flo Filion Meiler can't do.
Better Basics is back with the top skin protectants for the summer.
It doesn't get easier than ordering a bed in a box!
The gravely ill former NYPD detective made a what could be a final plea for Congress to extend health benefits for fellow 9/11 responders. 'I'm not in a lot...
At 38 years old, Carlos Orosco weighed 651 pounds and had serious medical issues. Today, he's lost 450 pounds.