Risk Factors Videos
Study links drinking hot tea to higher risk of esophageal cancer for smokers, drinkers
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses a study that finds people who smoke or drink one or more alcoholic beverage a day, and drink hot tea, are at higher risks of developing esophageal.
Study links flu with increased heart attack risk
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton analyzes the study that found the rate of heart attacks went up six times in the week after having had the flu.
Private Facebook group with over 11K members a safe haven for women with menopause
Many women are turning to an online group to find support and form a community with other women going through menopause.
Serena Williams opens up about medical scare after giving birth to baby girl
The tennis star revealed that she sustained a pulmonary embolism that caused her C-section wound to pop open shortly after she gave birth in a new interview with Vogue magazine.
Astros coach makes miraculous recovery after World Series
Rich Dauer, 65, was rushed to the hospital with bleeding on the brain after he hit his head on the floor the night before the Houston Astros celebrated in the World Series parade.
Supplements may not lower fracture risk : Study
Taking calcium and vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risks for older adults living independently, according to a new analysis of past studies.
AHA president credits CPR for saving his life
The head of the American Heart Association is speaking out, encouraging everyone to get CPR training after he says it saved his life following his heart attack.
Nearly half of cancer deaths linked to preventable risk factors : Study
A new study suggests that nearly half the country's cancers may be preventable through decisions we make every day.
Beyond the scale: What to eat to lower your risk for 3 health issues
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and nutritionist Maya Feller discuss some foods you should add to every meal to reduce your risk of heart disease, dementia and cancer.
Study suggests children who don't sleep enough have a higher risk of developing diabetes
Dr. Edith Bracho-Sanchez shares what parents should know about the new research that links a lack of sleep in children to a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.