4 Tips for a Healthier Ear, Nose and Throat in Children
February is Kids Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) month. Pediatric ENT issues can worsen in the cold winter months. Learn 4 quick tips to help keep your children's ear, nose, and throat health at its best.
Is Obesity a Disease? It Is – And We’re Treating It
Obesity is recognized as a disease by the American Medical Association, but many still resist that classification.
Is Your Heart at Higher Risk in the Winter?
Cold weather has been shown to boost heart risk.
Give Blood, Save a Life
January has been named “Blood Donor Month” in an effort to bring awareness to the cause and to increase blood donations.
What is Gastric Sleeve surgery?
A sleeve gastrectomy is a procedure to make your stomach smaller, so that you feel full a lot quicker.
Signs of a silent heart attack
Would you know if you were having a heart attack?
You Should be Eating these Foods to Keep Your Joints Healthy
Certain foods we eat can help decrease joint pain and improve overall health.
Winter Safety for Older Adults
The following are the most common health issues seen during the winter season
Practicing Portion Control During the Holidays
Here are seven tips for keeping your portions under control this holiday season.
4 signs you might need a knee replacement
If other options haven’t helped your joint pain, here are some of the signs you might benefit from a knee replacement.
Stay Healthy This Holiday
Staying healthy during the holidays is hard, but not impossible!
7 Tips for Healing During the Holiday Season
Grief healing is experienced by everyone differently and the holidays can be an especially difficult time for someone after the death of a loved one. While the holidays may seems impossible to get through without your loved one, there are things you can do to help heal throughout the holiday season.
How to Live a Fulfilling Life after an “Empty Nest”
Score an A+ on Your Child’s Sleep Schedule
Coming Soon: Changes to Food Labels
Eating Healthy On the Go
Summer is the perfect time to pack up the car and hit the road for a family vacation but it can be hard to eat healthy on the go.
Navigating the Grocery Store with Diabetes
Recharge, Refresh, and Rejuvenate Your Mind This Spring!
Healthy TV Habits for the Whole Family
Americans spend nearly three hours watching television per day, making TV time the main leisure activity in the country
If You Don’t Snooze, You Lose!
Sleep sets the tone for your mental and physical health