Summer fun in the sun gets under way each year with the arrival of the Memorial Day weekend. That’s why the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention reminds everyone to protect their skin while enjoying the
When you heard that sitting in a chair at work all day was linked to premature death and chronic health conditions such as obesity, kidney disease, diabetes and heart disease, you may have bought an
Leaving your child unattended in a car is always dangerous, especially on hot, sunny summer days. When you’re toting around a little one and running errands, it may be tempting to dash into the grocery
When someone asks you if you’re fit, what do they mean? Do you exercise for 150 minutes a week? Are you strong? Are you flexible? According to the Dr. Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease ™,
Modern health care providers use an amazing array of sophisticated equipment to heal. But at Texas Health Resources, there is one tool that every person, no matter what their role, uses to heal: their hands.
Once you get into bed, don’t forget to say “goodnight” to your electronic devices.
For years, you’ve been told that eating a low-cholesterol diet helps prevent heart disease, but proposed changes to existing dietary guidelines are calling that advice into question. Here’s what you should know. The dietary guidelines
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, physical activity can help boost brainpower in young children and adolescents. “When adults have been in a long meeting or concentrating on one task for a
If you have diabetes, regular foot exams are a critical part of staying healthy. Learn more about comprehensive foot exams with this infographic.
Don’t hate those perky people who rise before the sun. Join them! Many people prefer to begin each day during the wee hours, and with good reason. The early morning tends to be the quietest