Besides pregnancy, these are the main causes of delayed menstruation.
Learn how to tweak your diet for better health — and better test results.
Yes, it’s possible; no, it doesn’t require extreme dieting.
Catching silent indicators of heart disease in the blood may save your life.
Not sure whether to go with imaware or Everlywell? Read this first.
One in five Americans have high lipoprotein(a), a known risk factor for early heart disease. Learn how testing can uncover your risk.
What at-home diabetes screening tests and monitoring devices actually tell you.
What if a quick blood test could prevent lifelong health complications?
These iron-rich foods are the best bets for increasing your ferritin blood levels.
Learn what your iron levels mean for your overall health.
Getting different results from the same blood test? It happens, and here's why.
Learn how to tell if your immune system needs help.
Ace your blood test with easy tips on what — and what not — to eat, drink and do.
Aside from cancer, there are a number of things that can elevate PSA levels.
Cut these items from your diet to reduce your risk of prostate and other cancers.
PSA tests are simple, easy and can be a first step in diagnosing or ruling out prostate cancer.
Vitamin D is essential to good health. Learn how much you should be taking and when you should be taking it.
Environmental allergies are a leading cause of cold-like symptoms. Learn how to identify and treat your allergy symptoms.
One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Learn the signs and symptoms so you’ll know when to call your healthcare professional.
Depression can look different in men. Learn the symptoms so you can get help if you or a loved one are suffering.
Low testosterone can affect sex drive, energy, cardiac health and more. Learn to recognize the symptoms.
Yes, men have celiac disease too. It was once thought that celiac disease was primarily found in white, middle-aged, wealthy women. It’s a fact that 60-70% of those diagnosed with celiac disease are women. Women are also more likely to have an autoimmune disease overall.