You come home after work. As you’re changing out of your work attire, you see your running shoes under your bed and think, “I should go for a run.” After going through a checklist of
In the past year, celebrities including Angelina Jolie have shined a spotlight on the gene mutations linked to breast cancer by sharing their own experiences. If you have a family history of breast cancer, you
Fitting a quick lunch-hour workout into your daily schedule can relieve stress, make you a more productive employee and set the tone for a successful afternoon at the office. According to Mike Lofland, director of
Healing surgeries can lead to painful recoveries. Thanks to a multimodal approach to manage pain during the surgery, that no longer has to be the case. For patients undergoing total joint replacement, local nerve pain
By late September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that almost 300 cases of rapidly spreading enterovirus-D68 had been confirmed in the United States, with 10 of those in Dallas County. Should
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Snacking on doughnuts in the break room and prepackaged snacks stowed away in your desk are spur-of-the-moment options can hurt your health. But rushing through meals and eating mindlessly can also lead to extra pounds.
You (or your physician) may have chalked up your fatigue, mental sluggishness or anxiety as stress, inadequate sleep or a less-than-ideal diet. But have you been checked for a thyroid disorder? At least 20 million