The chill of winter is in the air, and that means there is one thing on your kids' minds: snow!
Dropping temperatures, holiday stress and changes in routine can all put strain on the cardiovascular system. Be mindful of ways to minimize your risk.
7/03/2018Read More |
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “swimmer’s ear,” also known by its clinical name otitis externa, causes an estimated 2.4 million visits to a healthcare provider each year.
Whether you have a cold, flu, stomach bug or other illness, know which foods can put you on the road to recovery.
Food is your body’s fuel, and sometimes your diet can fuel healing faster than others:
Make this the year to KEEP your weight loss resolutions!
Handwashing is important year-round, but it often does double-duty during winter months when colds and flu are rampant.
About a billion colds happen every year in the U.S., according to the National Library of Medicine. Your best chance at reducing your personal risk starts with regularly washing your hands to fend off germs.
Don’t hibernate this winter—stick to your exercise routine.
For most people, a Thanksgiving gathering wouldn’t be the same without traditional family recipes. However, swapping a fat-, salt- or calorie-rich ingredient or dish for a healthier one can help you enjoy holiday favorites even more knowing you’re paying less of a nutrition price.
Research shows that up to 65 percent of influenza-related deaths among children can be prevented with flu vaccinations.