For a longer life, move around every 30 minutes.
The hustle and bustle of the holidays are upon us, and your to-do list is probably twice as long. But, there’s one thing that should be at the top of it (if you haven’t had it already) your flu shot.
There are many wise health-related reasons to limit your sugar intake. From dental decay to diabetes, sugar is a dietary culprit that has been proven to contribute to our national obesity epidemic and numerous related diseases, including cardiovascular disease.
Varicose veins may be unattractive, but they are also extremely common, with some 25 million Americans (predominantly women) suffering from the condition, which typically affects veins in the lower leg. In healthy leg veins, valves open and close to assist in the return flow of blood back to the heart, but damaged or diseased valves …
We can all agree that the last thing we need is a Halloween that turns a fun-filled “fright night” into something truly to fear. So we tricked-and-treated up some safety tips to help you enjoy playful “Boos” and avoid any real boo-boos, or worse.
Breast cancer awareness may be stronger than ever, thanks to the popular pink takeover of October. That’s a good thing. Heightened awareness about symptoms can improve rates of early detection, and awareness about risk factors can lead to health and lifestyle choices that may help women stay cancer free.
Here’s why it’s so important to find the right OB/GYN. Women are busy, and they’re also smart. Which means women often streamline their life and personal needs in order to make more time for their loved ones, their work, their hobbies and fun. For many women, this means consolidating their healthcare needs in a one-stop …
Trimming down has more benefits than just a lower number on a scale.