Behaving Well: Healthy Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk

Practicing at least four of five key healthy lifestyle behaviors can reduce women’s risk of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) by more than 30%, according to a new study.

Movement for Memory: Study Finds Cognitive Improvement in Tai Chi Participants

Tai chi is linked to global cognitive function with more improvements than those gained with conventional exercise.

Study Sheds Light on Diabetes Duration’s Effect on Cancer Risk

A Harvard-led study found that Type 2 diabetes was associated with a higher risk for several types of cancer, with risk peaking less than a decade after diagnosis.

The Conversation Around De-escalation in Breast Cancer Surgery

Research continues to show that more aggressive surgical treatment is not always better for some breast cancer patients, yet many physicians and patients continue to opt for the maximalist approach. Is change possible?

Alzheimer’s Disease Research: A Decade of Advances

Since 1906, when Dr. Alois Alzheimer first recognized and described the disease that would bear his name, researchers have worked to improve treatments and outcomes for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s a look at some of the major advances over the past ten years.