Marie Osmond is speaking out to reveal how she’s managed to maintain her 50 pound weight loss since her 2007 fitness journey.
At 75 years of age, the former “Three’s Company” star Suzanne Somers is opening up about her secret behind aging gracefully.
Tom Selleck is reflecting on his decades-long career in Hollywood, saying that doing his own stunts has “messed up” his health.
William Shatner is celebrating his 91st birthday today, and tributes are pouring in from his fans everywhere.
Betty White is a national treasure and fans want to keep her safe until (and after) her 100th birthday in January.
Comedian Kathy Griffin, who revealed her lung cancer diagnosis just last month, shared a health update with fans this week.
Joy Behar “worried” about Whoopi Goldberg after a health crisis caused her “The View” cohost to miss several shows and return with a walker.
After Hugh Hefner’s widow Crystal almost died while having a fat transfer, she dediced to speak out about the dangers of plastic surgery.
A nurse fainted after getting the vaccine for COVID-19, however, she says it was from the pain of the injection, not from the vaccine itself.
Loretta Lynn has been the subject of rumors since she has been struggling with her health. The country megastar suffered a massive stroke two years ago.
Are you sleeping enough? Studies have shown that a lack of sleep impairs cognitive function decision making and is having an economic impact.
Many of us have been waiting months for warmer weather. As we creep closer to the sunny days of summer, the Centers for Disease Control is warning Americans that infections caused by tick and mosquito are on the rise.
Hormones help our bodies run properly, but when they are out of balance there can be a host of problems. Thyroid disorders are the most common endocrine disorders and it’s important to know their signs and symptoms.
Prior to finalizing, its important to understand the answers to the most common life insurance questions. It makes the uncomfortable conversation about life and death much easier.
An early retirement study suggests that those who retire early and get Social Security may in fact die sooner compared to those people
Understanding how to pay for and fund long-term care is one of the biggest retirement planning concerns for people, especially with rising healthcare costs.