Good health is vital to balancing the demands of work, home, school, church and community. You don’t have to make sweeping changes overnight to start becoming a healthier version of yourself. Learning something new and adjusting what you’re already doing can offer immediate rewards and long-term benefits. We hope you find our wellness tips helpful.
Yearly checkups are key when it comes to helping your child lead the healthiest life possible. Even if they appear to be the epitome of excellent health, establishing a baseline for their primary physician will help catch any ailments or abnormalities in the future.
Traditions are important, no matter your age. They give us a sense of identity, strengthen relationships within a family unit or group of friends, and provide structure in a world that’s unpredictable.
Bladder infections. For some they’re easy to identify, with burning, itching and pain when you go to the bathroom. Others might not realize they have a problem until they see another concerning symptom – blood in their urine.
As many as 88 million Americans – more than 1 in 3 – are living with prediabetes, and more than 80% don’t even know it! Pre-diabetes is a serious medical condition that causes blood sugar levels to be higher than normal, but not yet reaching the level of diabetes.
Vitamins are all around us. On pharmacy shelves, in grocery store isles, in powdered and pill form – they’re a booming industry. Not everyone needs a multivitamin – as long as you’re in good health and eat a fairly balanced diet.