Flu season, and the potential for missed time from school, work and family activities, is around the corner.
Costumes, candy, black cats and full moons—October 31 can bring out the kid in all of us. Don't be deceived, however, because this spooktacular, kid-friendly holiday can present many dangers.
With cooler weather comes fall, and with fall comes the beginning of flu season. Protect your family now against this year’s flu virus and get vaccinated at one of our 40+ locations.
Do you turn into a couch potato during football season? Don’t worry—with a bit of balance, you can stay fit and still enjoy watching your favorite sport. Fall means football, and football season can mean hours of sitting on the couch, cheering on your favorite team.
Before you get started on your children’s list of back-to-school supplies, take a few minutes to brush up on some health and wellness tips to ensure they’re ready to focus on learning.
Tick bites are most common during the summer, when the weather is warmer and people spend more time outdoors.
Keys? Check. Phone? Check. Purse? Check. You have everything you need as you lock the car and turn to walk into the store, but are you forgetting the most important thing in your life—your child?
Because bitter temperatures and snowy days have a tendency to keep you indoors, remaining active during the blustery months of winter is extremely important to your health.
As you battle the holiday rush to deck the halls, cross off every gift on your list, and prepare delicious dishes, this hectic season can become detrimental to your health.
More home cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day, and the United States Fire Administration says that deep-frying turkeys is one of the greatest causes.