Texas Health is proud to be the North Texas Go Red for Women Cause sponsor, joining the American Heart Association in the nationwide movement dedicated to raising awareness, improving health and ending heart disease as
When you think of arthritis, creaky knees, stiff hips or painful, swollen fingers might come to mind. Millions of Americans have arthritis to thank for troublesome knees, hips or hands. But if your neck feels
Chances are you will experience back pain at some point or another in your life, whether it be from overexertion, an injury, accident or age. For many, especially younger individuals, back pain is just a
If it seems like your back is always hurting, you probably are eager to find some relief. But if you don’t feel comfortable making a visit to your doctor just yet, you might feel more
When you hear or see the words “plant-based,” you probably immediately think of vegetarian or vegan foods that are completely void of animal products, which is true if you’re seeing it on a particular food item. But what about in the context of diets? If you think the same thing translates over, think again.
There’s nothing like getting back outside in the sunshine after winter starts to fade and spring bursts into bloom. High school and collegiate athletes eagerly return to baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, golf courses
With a new year often comes a commitment to improving your wellness. Looking for a place to start? Because the health of your joints can impact your overall health, a focus on nurturing your joints
Bill Force has spent his life outdoors. The 66-year-old grew up being a Boy Scout. Later in life, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corp., learned to pilot helicopters and even became a Maryland
The thyroid, a small butterfly-shaped gland at the base of your neck just under the Adam’s apple, performs many important functions for your body. It manufactures hormones that help regulate energy production and metabolism, but
If you’re looking for a way to fit exercise into your day but struggle to find any length of time that feels substantial enough for a worthwhile workout, you may think you’re out of luck.
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