Take these steps to lower your osteoporosis risk
Osteoporosis will affect one in three women and one in five men in their lifetime. That’s why it’s never too early to start making the lifestyle changes that can help... Read More
Shopping for a new doctor? Start with this checklist
There are many reasons why you may be in the market for a new doctor. Perhaps you’ve moved to new area or have a new insurance plan. Maybe your primary... Read More
What you need to know before you choose a health plan
It will soon be time for annual enrollment in your health plan. Choosing the right healthcare plan for you and your family can be confusing. How can you figure out... Read More
How can you help your child be healthier at college?
Whether you’re sending your child to college for the first time or you’re a veteran college parent, you probably have some questions about what you and your children can do... Read More
Questions on Non-Surgical Treatment Options Before You Have Surgery
If your physician has told you that you need surgery, you may want to explore your non-surgical treatment options first. There are a number of conditions, from back pain to... Read More
What should your young athletes eat for a healthier season?
Back to school also means back to sports for many children and teens. If your children take part in an after-school sport or play on a rec league team, you... Read More
Are You Taking Over-The-Counter Medications Too Often or for Too Long?
You might think that because a medication is available over the counter, there are no serious risks from using it. But even over-the-counter drugs can cause problems if you don’t... Read More
Have You Set Goals to Help You Live A Healthier Life?
This is the second post in our series on building a personalized health plan for optimum health. In the first post, we looked at gathering the information you need to... Read More
How do you build a personalized health strategy?
This is the first in a series of posts designed to help you plan your strategy for optimal health throughout all the phases of your life. Having a well thought... Read More
Does your child have a learning disability? Getting help early can make a big difference
Nearly 2.4 million students in the U.S. are currently receiving special education services for learning disabilities. That number is growing as parents, educators and physicians become more attuned to the... Read More