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What do you know about blood? A hematologist at Rush University Medical Center answers some questions about blood and what can go wrong with it.

Eating a rainbow of fruits and vegetables has the potential to keep your brain healthy and protect you from heart disease and cancer.

When the color of your tongue, pee, poop or snot changes, it may be time to see your primary care physician.

Everyone gets angry sometimes. But if you're having trouble managing your anger, you may be putting your health at risk — not to mention affecting your relationships and job. A clinical psychologist at Rush offers advice to help you stay in control when you're seeing red.