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As we age, our bodies naturally change and we may find ourselves struggling with certain tasks or notice we aren't feeling our best physically...
Differentiating between “good” and “bad” cholesterol can be confusing.
Those experiencing persistent issues involving their ears, nose, or throats may benefit from seeing an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor.
Some individuals who were diagnosed with COVID-19 may be experiencing heart problems.
Whether you're sitting at a desk all day or have a job that requires heavy lifting, back pain at work is a common problem.
While vaccines are more commonly discussed for children, older adults also need to continue to protect themselves against diseases and viruses...
As kids return to school this fall, it's important that parents educate them on behaviors to help keep themselves and their classmates safe...
What we know now: Parents who breastfeed may be unsure if it is safe to get the COVID-19 vaccine while continuing to breastfeed.
Everyone needs exercise, including people with asthma. However, sometimes exercise can trigger an asthma episode.
We've been waiting all winter to break out the shorts and tank tops and enjoy summer's longer, warmer days. But exposed skin can lead to common...
Most of us throw a bottle of sunscreen into our beach bags and hiking packs before going out for the day, and for good reason. But as second...
Make sure you keep these summer safety tips in mind as you start to plan for the warm weather.
While health risk assessments aren't a replacement for seeing a physician on a regular basis, they can shed additional light on less ...
From inflammation to stomach bugs, gastrointestinal problems can lead to all sorts of troubles, including bloating, gas, diarrhea, rumbling...
If you're joining the fold and getting your vaccine soon, you likely have some questions: Will I have side effects? What precautions should...
Learn about colorectal cancer and the importance of preventive screenings.
, early screening
, risk factors
Learn all about sinuses, how to find relief and prevent sinus infections and other sinus problems.
, seasonal allergies
, sinus headaches
If you have questions about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine, you're not alone. Our expert addresses common COVID-19 vaccine...
, covid-19 vaccine
Left untreated, sleep apnea can be deadly. Learn the common signs of sleep apnea to look for, how doctors diagnose the condition and available...
, sleep apnea
When it comes to how much water you need, there is no single rule that applies to everyone. Read on to learn how to determine the ideal amount...
, heart disease
, kidney disease
, physical activity
, water intake
Heart attack symptoms can show up differently for men and women. Learn how to recognize a heart attack when it happens.
, chest pain
, heart attack
, heart disease
Arrhythmia can lead to heart failure, and heart failure can lead to arrhythmia. Here’s what to look out for and what to do if you have...
Electrophysiologists are cardiologists who focus on heart rhythm disturbances. Know when you may need to see one—and how to get this...
There’s a close link between heart disease and depression. The good news? Keeping your heart healthy can keep your mood up—and...
If you’re routinely working overtime and sitting at your desk for prolonged periods of time, your heart health may suffer. Find out ...
Get answers to common questions about delivering a baby during COVID-19.
Should your child go to their doctor’s appointment? Here’s what you need to know about caring for your child during the coronavirus pandemic...
Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations, including children. If your child is causing disruptions or behaving poorly at home, ...
They may not show it or articulate it in the same way as adults, but children are also experiencing stress and anxiety during the coronavirus...
Everyone is talking about coronavirus, and your child may be listening. Here's why you should be the one to talk to your child about COVID...