One in 4 people in the U.S. dies each year, making heart disease the leading cause of death. Movies often depict heart attacks as people clutching their chest. This may be typical for men to experience. but for women, the signs are not so obvious.
Put a healthy twist on an old family favorite. Shannon Sargent from Clean Eats Clean Treats shares her favorite pizza crust that's not only low in calories but will have your kids eating vegetables without even knowing it.
While the science of projecting what will happen in a concussion is still in its infancy, a University of Utah researcher believes an often overlooked structure in the brain may hold the key to a better and earlier diagnosis.
More Utahns than ever before are signing up for health insurance under the president's health care law. But with costs rising and talk of more insurers dropping out, experts say this open enrollment period is the most critical one yet.
Could you tell the difference between good fats and bad fats? We're generally told to stay away from them, but what do you actually know about fat? Believe it or not, fats are essential in our diet and our bodies can't live without it.
As parents we want to be healthy for our kids. To not only set an example but to play an active part in their lives. That's exactly what Cheryl and Harold Rasmussen had in mind when their daughter left to serve an LDS mission.
As adults we have a hard time sitting still for long periods of time, so why expect the same from our kids? The Active Classroom program is based on research that shows students learn best when there's blood in both hemispheres of the brain.
Convenient, portable and healthy, Meryl Van Der Merwe from Jafflz shares a South African inspired sandwich that you can not only try and make at home but will soon be available on your grocery store shelves.