mental health
Oct 18 2016

Why parents may not have a say in medical decisions for their young adult children

Family Caregiving  •  By Miles Varn

When your young adult children reach the age of 18 or 19, you might be surprised to learn that you no longer have access to their medical information, even if... Read More

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Exercise benefits for breast cancer survivors
Oct 4 2016

Why exercise is important for breast cancer survivors

Disease Management  •  By Miles Varn

For breast cancer survivors, getting regular exercise has several important health benefits, from lessening fatigue and the side effects that can accompany treatment to lowering the risk of the cancer... Read More

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healthy sleep for children
Sep 20 2016

Healthy sleep: Are your children getting enough?

Family Caregiving  •  By Miles Varn

With the school year underway, making sure your children get enough healthy sleep each night is a priority. Inadequate or poor quality sleep can affect your child’s mood, ability to... Read More

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getting a medical doctor second opinion
Oct 11 2016

How to choose a doctor when you need a second opinion

Second Opinion  •  By Miles Varn

Second opinions are often times necessary. If you’ve been diagnosed with a serious, complex, or rare condition or if your doctor has recommended surgery, a second opinion can help you... Read More

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What steps should you take after a second opinion?
Aug 30 2016

What are the Next Steps After a Medical Second Opinion?

Second Opinion  •  By Miles Varn

If you’ve been diagnosed with a serious or complex health condition or if you’ve received a recommendation for surgery, your next step should be to consider seeking a second opinion... Read More

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Aug 2 2016

How will you deal with the ongoing physician shortage?

Personalized Healthcare  •  By Miles Varn

For a number of years, experts have been warning that the current physician shortage is projected to become more severe. Not only will there be too few primary care physicians... Read More

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Lifestyle changes to reduce ADHD symptoms
Aug 23 2016

How Lifestyle Changes Can Lessen the Impact of ADHD

Family Caregiving  •  By Miles Varn

If your child has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), your doctor will recommend treatment approaches to help manage ADHD symptoms so that your child can focus on... Read More

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Lower your risk of cognitive impairment
Aug 16 2016

Lifestyle changes may reduce your risk of cognitive impairment

Preventive Care  •  By Miles Varn

Cognitive impairment—problems with memory, focus, language, and the ability to multitask—affects millions of older people in the U.S. Many assume that these problems are a natural result of aging, but... Read More

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What is clean eating?
Aug 9 2016

What is clean eating?

Preventive Care  •  By Michael Scott

Clean eating has been the focus of a lot of attention lately, with celebrities and authors touting the health benefits of this approach to diet and nutrition. But what does... Read More

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Health roadmap
Jun 30 2016

Do you have a roadmap to a healthier and more secure future?

Personalized Healthcare  •  By Miles Varn

In a busy life it’s hard to know what next week will bring, much less next year or the next decade. But having a roadmap that focuses on both health... Read More

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