People with Type 2 diabetes face an increased risk of severe illness if they become sick with the coronavirus
Texans say health care is harder to afford than such necessities as food, utilities, mortgage or rent and transportation
Colorado's community health centers have seen a dramatic increase in patients in need of care.
Tennesseans' daily routines have become more sedentary over the past year, and heart health experts are reminding people that any movement is better than no movement - and more is better.
Taking Shape, the leading plus-size style alternative for curvy women, have launched a Wardrobe Wellness campaign to help women across the UK let go of clothes that are no longer worn
After months of keeping Floridians in prisons and jails off the priority list for a COVID vaccine, the state is finally distributing the shots.
Home caregivers in Washington are urging the state to extend - and raise - hazard pay for their essential workforce.
There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?
In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.
Laid-off workers who had to fight through Florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits.
Kaine's Jumpstart Our Businesses by Supporting Students Act (JOBS Act) bill would let students use Pell Grants for short-term certificate programs.