Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
It’s no secret that men are notorious for waiting out health issues until they become a bigger problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly a quarter of all men surveyed
Observed annually on April 7, World Health Day, sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), focuses on global health awareness as well as providing the opportunity to mobilize action around a specific health topic of concern to people
North Texans may not experience long, dark winters like residents in other parts of the country, but we’re still capable of experiencing what’s commonly known as the winter blues. As the days get shorter and
Read about how drowsy driving can also affect your health and safety on Texas roads.
The holidays are officially upon us. Family gatherings, holiday pageants and endless commitments fill our calendars, and it’s enough to make the party planners and family tradition keepers among us frantic and frazzled. Some years
Observed annually during Mental Illness Awareness Week, which is the first week of October, National Depression Screening Day (Oct. 6) is comprised of awareness events that include an optional screening component. The program began as
On every field and court across the United States, young athletes dream of making it to the pinnacle of their sport, whether it’s earning an Olympic gold medal or a Super Bowl ring. While most
The desire to have a baby is one of the most natural feelings a woman experiences during her lifetime. So it’s understandable that struggles with conception can cause deep feelings of loss and depression. The
If you suspect a friend or family member is thinking about suicide, get involved as soon as possible. “A person can commit suicide in a matter of minutes,” says Ramona Osburn, F.A.C.H.E., senior vice president