All women age 50 and older should get a mammogram to screen for breast cancer at least once every 2 years. Some women should start getting mammograms at age 40.
Summer is a great time to enjoy outdoor activities --but it can also bring minor injuries. Keep the whole family safe and healthy while enjoying the summer fun. Watch out for common summer problems:
Time off from the school routine is good, but it can lead to unhealthy changes. Help your kids stay fit by making it a family affair, with activities you can all do together.
Quitting is tough, but being prepared boosts your chances of success. Build a quit plan to get ready and find out what to expect along the way.
A mental health problem or illness can make you miserable and cause problems in your daily life. Taking a mental health day can lessen anxiety and prevent health problems.
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. But the good news is, it’s highly preventable. Learn the facts about sun safety.
Quitting tobacco is hard. But it can be easier if you have a plan. When you’re ready to quit, follow these steps to put your plan into action.
Need to work out but hate to sweat? Try one of these seven low-intensity exercise ideas to find the workout that’s right for you.
If you’re pregnant--Congratulations! We know you’ll want to do all you can to give your baby a healthy start. So see our checklist for ways to stay healthy and fit during your pregnancy.
Opioid addiction can occur even at appropriately prescribed doses. Review the CDC guidelines for prescribing opioid medication for chronic pain.