Summer is coming! You probably know wearing sunscreen is important, but do you know what SPF to use, how much sunscreen to put on or how often it should be reapplied? Prevent skin damage or skin cancer; review this sunscreen guide.
It’s easy to fall prey to a medical myth that results in anxiety, fear and uncertainty about undergoing a particular medical procedure. Do you believe this myth about radiation exposure during a CT scan for coronary artery calcification?
Misinformation found on the Internet, lack of information provided by your doctor or a misunderstanding may cause you to believe a medical myth. Believing these myths can lead to a great amount of anxiety, concern and uncertainty about medical procedures.
Do you know which medical tests and screenings you need and how frequently you should be screened? Learn how to personalize your preventive care based on health conditions, age and family history.
The flu shot is your first line of defense against the flu virus, but it isn’t always entirely effective. Regular exercise can boost your body’s immune response to the vaccine and increase your changes of staying well this flu season.
Are you tired all the time? Do you struggle to stay awake at work? Do you lack energy to spend time your family and friends? Take a look at what may be causing your fatigue and how you can feel more energized and rested.
Winter weather can be harsh on your skin, but there's no reason you should have to simply "survive" the winter with dry, chapped or cracked skin. Prepare your skin for a blast of cold weather with these five tips.
Every movement and motion of the body requires energy, which burns calories. Find out what this “non-exercise” calorie burn is all about and how it can help you maintain weight.
How will your body let you know that you are developing an unhealthy heart? Learn about common symptoms of heart diseases and what those symptoms may indicate.
Obesity was once considered a risk factor for other health conditions. Now, it is considered a disease itself. What does this mean and what does this change? Find out here.