Electronic devices are a common part of today’s world, and each one of them — from cellular phones to tablets — require batteries to function.
When Jacky and Joe Crane learned they were expecting, they were ecstatic, immediately sharing the exciting news with loved ones via Facebook.
A large part of aging gracefully calls for accepting and adapting to our maturing bodies. Let’s face it, the older we get, the more we find ourselves modifying our activities of daily living—including our fitness routine. But, just because we don’t move quite as quickly or have the same stamina and endurance we once did, doesn’t mean it’s time to kick our cross-trainers to the curb and take up residence on the couch.
There are plenty of ways to make a statement nowadays. Come November, Drew Bishop plans to make his statement with his face.
Topics of marijuana and CBD use for medicinal benefits have become commonplace in recent years, but the laws, regulations and facts surrounding them can often seem vague and confusing. Most of us don’t want to use anything before we have solid information about it, and we especially don’t want to give it to our loved ones—including our furry friends.
If there’s one thing people of different nationalities, cultures and backgrounds have in common, it’s health. And although cultural and familial aspects such as diet and fitness certainly play a role in health and wellness — for better or for worse — disease and illness do not discriminate.
When selecting a costume for your pet, choose a costume based on your pet's attitude and quality of the garment
Hair loss (or alopecia) for a woman can be emotionally painful. While some men with no hair are considered handsome, this is not the case for women whom often perceive their hair as part of their physical identity. Losing it can be distressing. And yet, according to the American Academy of Dermatology 40 percent of women have visible hair loss by the time they are 40.
Flavorings used in e-cigarettes harm blood vessel cells in a way that could trigger future heart damage, according to a study published recently in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology.
Since he was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2002, Dr. John Paul has done whatever he can to assure others in the community have the knowledge and resources they need to deal with the progressive neurological disease.
How a new take on an ancient tradition is providing health and wellness benefits for both mind and body
Cyber PE classes for students encourage healthy lifestyles and promote flexibility in curriculum
A travel consultant talks safety and convenience when it comes to vacationing
Settling the squabbles and improving your health
This vaccine prevents cancer, so why isn't everyone on board?
Is this wellness trend really worth your time and money?
A quick lesson on the signs of and caring for memory loss
The secret to your best cosmetic matchup is in your skin
Including your pets in your fitness routine can benefit you both
These activities will remind you that playtime isn’t just for children
This is the perfect time to think about your status regarding preventive screenings, exercise and mental health
Make your personal wellness a top priority during the month of May
Fit Fido class provides health benefits and bonding time
Mothers join together in support to share their pregnancy and postpartum struggles and successes
Countless women are going through the same struggle, so why isn’t it more talked about?
Dr Francis Finneran and Dr. Tessa Reisinger join the team
An expert weighs in on the choice of waiting to start a family as it becomes more and more common
The holidays are here, don't forget to do your gift research
They might not be warm and fluffy, but they make great companions
Just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can slack on your health
Dr. Shivani Duggal provides insights and answers about a necessary test
As you age, your immune system needs special attention to keep you healthy
Good eating and exercise habits start with you
Summer might be coming to an end, but the fun doesn't have to
Cardiovascular disease kills one person in the U.S. every 90 seconds — know the signs