Sign up for the TODAY newsletter
You have successfully subscribed to the TODAY newsletter.
Subscribe now and get trending stories, celebrity news and all the best of TODAY.
How barbershops fight high blood pressure among African-American men
Forty-five percent of African-American males suffer from hypertension, yet many never seek medical care. Now a creative way is being used to help them – at their neighborhood barbershop. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.
Daily aspirin to prevent a heart attack? New study casts doubt04:10
Why flu shots are preferred over mist: Dr. Natalie Azar explains03:27
Should you avoid jet hand dryers? Dr. Natalie Azar weighs in02:38
When should you get your flu shot? Dr. John Torres weighs in02:45
This trick could help you fall alseep in 2 minutes02:37
All children should get flu shots soon, pediatricians advise00:30