Eating healthy on a budget may sound like a tall order, but if you’re armed with a carefully planned list before you hit the supermarket aisles, you can keep your health and your bottom line in check.
You and your primary care physician (PCP) share an important relationship focused on one thing—your health. To get the most out of your care, it’s important to choose a PCP you are comfortable with
If you wear glasses or have contacts, you’re probably familiar with the glaucoma test that shoots a puff of air into your eye before an eye exam. While it’s not the most pleasant part of the visit, it
Figuring out what to gift family members and friends during the holidays can be difficult and stressful. Homemade gifts are a thoughtful and sometimes healthier and less expensive alternative
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, which makes it a good time to learn about Alzheimer’s.
988 is the new three-digit code for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The Lifeline connects you to 24/7, free, and confidential mental health and crisis support.
Trust your gut. Follow your heart. As it turns out, you can do both at once: The health of your cardiovascular and digestive systems appears to be linked.
Running for exercise offers many perks. Unfortunately, pounding the pavement can also lead to injuries. Runners’ feet and ankles are prime sites for pain, swelling, and damage.
Skin cancer affects more Americans than any other malignancy. In fact, nearly one in five will develop it. But a new survey finds huge gaps in public knowledge about risk factors.
Is social wellness a priority in your life? If not, it should be. Here are six tips you can use to improve different areas of your social wellness.