Why the dog days of summer zap your energy and what you can do. Is it just us or do you feel especially drained during the summer months? In Japanese, there’s actually a word for this phenomenon: natsubate, which translates to “summer fatigue.” It’s less than ideal timing, of course; with sunlight hours being at …
The new school year is just around the corner along with the nightly chore of packing lunches. From getting your child involved in the preparation to finding that perfect balance between healthy and tasty – here are some tips for creating A+ school lunches. Back to school season is quickly approaching, along with the parental …
Laughter can lead to lower stress and improved longevity. “Knock, knock. Who’s there?” …You know where this is going; some silly joke, some weak attempt at wrangling a giggle or two. Orange you glad I didn’t keep going? But when it comes to well-being and good health, giggles are no joke.
When it comes to water safety, we could all use a refresher. A Roper St. Francis doctor weighs in on how to keep your little swimmers and yourself safe.
Learn about GeneMatch: a project underway at Roper St. Francis and across the nation to help scientists battle Alzheimer’s and how you may be able to help find a cure.
Gail was gardening when she started having a stroke. She was rushed to the hospital and received a lifesaving procedure that uses a catheter to pull the stroke causing clot from the brain.
As summer heats up, nothing beats water to keep you hydrated and cool, and to boost your well-being.
Four great activities to add to your summer fitness plan and amp up the calorie burn.