When country singer Clay Walker was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, his doctor said he wouldn't survive. 17 years later, he's managing his MS symptoms with treatment, lifestyle choices and caring support from his wife, Jessica.
Lifescript health writer Diane Wedner catches up with Melissa Manchester, the Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter, discusses what she's doing to stay healthy, and how she's come to terms with her own body image.
An interview with Patrick Schwarzenegger, the young son of actor-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger and journalist Maria Shriver. He's an "entrepreneur in progress" whose Project 360 business sells apparel to raise money for charity.
It's been 30 years since Jane Fonda started touting the benefits of cardiovascular workouts. The star is updating her signature exercise videos. and they aren't just for baby boomers, but for a whole new generation of women.
Training cats may seem impossible, but it's really not, according to Jackson Galaxy, who is better known as the "Cat Daddy" and host of the TV show, "My Cat From Hell." All you have to do is understand feline behavior.
Mary Hart lost her grandmother to breast cancer and her mother was treated for it as well. Now the popular TV personality, who hosted "Entertainment Tonight" for three decades, is educating women about breast cancer prevention.