You don’t want your Thanksgiving to go up in flames.
You can navigate the holidays with a few simple tips.
We’re sharing a few of our favorite hacks to satisfy holiday food cravings, enjoy holiday parties, and prioritize your health.
Thousands of people deal with it every day.
Athletes get hurt. However, their age may play a role in the injuries they sustain.
Protect you and your kids from the germs, bacteria and viruses that cause some pretty frightening illnesses.
It may be hiding in plain sight.
Don’t let a bad Halloween costume decision haunt you for life.
Step away from the vending machine.
Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) is a neurologic illness, most often caused by a group of viruses similar to the polio virus.
Your bones support you. You need to support your bones.
Simple things you can do to avoid burn injuries in your home.
According to the Centers for Disease Control more than one out of every four people over the age of 65 suffers a fall each year.
What you don’t know could hurt you.
You may not rock them to sleep any more, but you can help your teen get the sleep they need.
Anxiety can be a problem at any age.
Heart failure occurs when the heart becomes dilated, or enlarged. This can occur due to a previous heart attack, or diseases of the heart.
There are several types of growths that occur in the female reproductive system.
September is “Healthy Aging Month”—a good time to think about your vision, now and in the future.
One third of Americans over the age of 65 take an aspirin every day.