Handwashing is an easy, cheap, and effective way to prevent the spread of germs and keep kids and adults healthy. When your family is healthy, you don’t have to worry about missing school, work, or other activities.
People spend approximately a third of their lives sleeping. Why? Because your body needs sleep to function during waking hours! Just like nutrition and physical activity, sleep is imperative to your health.
Cardiac calcium scoring. Have you heard of it? Understanding a patient's heart health requires a combination of tools. You may have heard of the more common tests like cardiac stress tests and PET scans. But an additional tool used is the cardiac calcium scan. This test provides further information for your physician to make better care decisions, ultimately benefiting your long-term health and well-being.
Congratulations, you're pregnant! Pregnancy is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. Knowing what to expect during the three trimesters of pregnancy will help you have peace of mind.
January is National Winter Sports Traumatic Brain Injury Month. Winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, and even sledding can lead to concussions or worse. Don't let a mishap from playing too hard in the snow spoil your fun. Instead, take precautions that will ensure you and your family's safety all Winter long.
Today, January 21st, 2021, is National Hugging Day! It's crazy to think how much we took for granted, like the simple pleasure of a handshake, a pat on the shoulder, but most of all, a hug.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, causing about 1 in 4 deaths. Since the risk of heart disease increases as you age, it's never too early to adopt heart-healthy habits. Follow this decade-by-decade guide to help keep your heart healthy for life!
At the start of each new year, many women, and men, set resolutions around health and fitness. But one crucial habit all women can form revolves around regular health checks, particularly for preventable cancers. January is Cervical Health Awareness Month or another reason to take charge of your health!
CDC's Tips for a Healthy and Safe New Year
The year 2020 brought hardships and change for many people worldwide, and our everyday habits and behaviors have dramatically shifted. We understand you want to celebrate saying goodbye to 2020 and hello to the new year ahead. But the safest way to celebrate the new year is to do it at home with the people you live with or virtually with friends and family.