Depression in Children

Depression in children and adolescents  Depression affects people of all ages, even children. Childhood depression (also known as pediatric depression) differs from the typical emotions a child experiences as they... Continue Reading

Heart Disease and Stroke

National Wear Red Day coincides with American Heart Month, a time to bring awareness to reducing heart disease and stroke risk. Heart disease and stroke share common risk factors February... Continue Reading

Folic Acid and Pregnancy

Adequate levels of folic acid can prevent certain types of neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Learn the importance of folic acid for pregnancy. Folic Acid Folic acid is... Continue Reading

Is it the Flu or Meningitis?

Meningitis risk increases during flu season. Read more about meningitis and the warning signs that something more serious than the flu may be happening. Meningitis risk increases during flu season... Continue Reading

Winter Sports Safety

Read about common winter sports injuries and safety tips to keep in mind as you head to the slopes, snow, or ice rink this winter. Winter Sports Safety Tips As... Continue Reading

Healthy Aging

10 Tips for Healthy Aging Many seniors today lead active and healthy lives, yet as we get older, it is inevitable that our bodies and minds change. Healthy aging is... Continue Reading

What is ADHD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common disorder of childhood and affects up to 5% of the population. ADHD is most often diagnosed in elementary or middle school.... Continue Reading

Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Tips

Type 2 diabetes affects 95% of the 30 million Americans living with diabetes. Learn about diabetes prevention and ways to reduce your risk. Reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes ... Continue Reading

Maintaining Bladder Health

November is Bladder Health Month. Learn ways to support bladder health and make sure your urinary tract is functioning optimally. November is Bladder Health Month Although it is 2017, it... Continue Reading

Seasonal Flu Prevention Tips

Fall and winter are considered “flu season” as flu activity increases during this time. Learn tips for preventing the flu and what to do if you get sick. What is... Continue Reading

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