Surprising facts about women and heart disease
Heart disease – not cancer – is the leading cause of death for women in the U.S.
Many individuals with type 2 diabetes who have gastric bypass see results even before leaving the hospital.
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How bariatric surgery can help correct this hormonal disorder.
This approach to medical care considers the body's interacting systems.
Be alert for signs of crossed eyes within a child's first year.
Vanderbilt Health is here to help if you or your loved one is feeling sick or has a minor injury. Dozens of locations throughout Middle Tennessee offer convenient hours — and can even bring a provider to you.
Make the most of your next doctor's visit with this checklist of must-ask heart-health questions.
What parents need to know — and who they should seek out — to optimize neurodevelopment for children born with congenital heart disease (CHD).
It's crucial to listen to your body and understand how women's symptoms can be different than men's.
A pediatrician suggests ways to get parents and children communicating about mental health.
Treating depression in older adults can be complex, but we shouldn’t accept depression as a natural part of aging. This scientist is working to better understand how the brain interacts with antidepressants to find better treatments for everyone.