Sorting through all the latest health fads, trends and research-based health information can be as stressful and overwhelming as shopping for a new car. You want to avoid getting swindled into something that isn’t right for you, and you want to ensure that what you’re investing in actually works and provides the biggest bang for your buck.

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Sustaining a twisted ankle, waking up with body aches and a fever or enduring a respiratory infection that makes it difficult to breath may all cause someone to question if they should get checked out by a doctor; and, if so, where should they go?

Diabetics spend a significant amount of time monitoring their blood sugar, watching what they eat and when they eat, and making sure they have access to health care and medicine. The nature of diabetes and the effects the disease can have on a diabetic’s life require diligence and almost constant awareness to ensure it is managed properly.

Six of every 10 Americans are living with at least one chronic condition, including diabetes and heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic diseases can significantly impact one’s ability to lead a full life and are among the leading driver of health care costs.

Dogs and cats — as well as livestock — appear to have little to fear from the coronavirus pandemic.

When people see their pets as members of their families, it’s no wonder that man’s best friend is susceptible to the same marketing tactics as humans when it comes to their food. After all, you wouldn’t feed your children anything but the best, right? And you wouldn’t give your fur babies anything less than the cat’s meow.

For those looking to get out of the house without wandering away from their property, cultivating a home garden can provide a welcome escape. As an added bonus, you can incorporate the vegetables you grow into your next home-cooked meals. There are many options for Midwest gardeners to choose from to grow at home.

Chronic, unchecked stress can sabotage your physical and mental health by contributing to numerous conditions including high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Money, it turns out, is stressing out 72 percent of Americans, according to the American Psychological Association’s 2019 Stress in America survey.