Is LASIK Safe? Plus, Answers To Six More Questions About LASIK
Answers to the six most-asked questions about LASIK.
Don't Let Nausea Spoil Your Life
A science called neuromodulation can help you from feeling nauseated.
Connecting Caregivers To Local Resources And Support
Older adults and their loved ones can get advice and support on caregiving from the Eldercare Locator.
What You Need To Know About Your Ductwork
Your health and your wealth.
When It Comes To Stroke, It's OK To Overreact
Stroke is serious; quick treatment can be the deciding factor between recovery and disability.
Reducing On-The-Job Stress Improves The Classroom Experience
The teacher's self-care is an important tool for providing a better classroom experience for students.
Grant Awarded For Novel Community Health Solutions
People living just five miles apart can have a difference in life expectancy of more than 20 years.
Make Vision A Focus
Take steps to protect your vision so you can see the people and things you love for years to come.
Everyone With ALS Counts
Learning about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is an important step in the battle to defeat it.
Nurses Now Do More Than Ever
The next time you visit a hospital, you may be surprised at just how much of what happens there is done by nurses.
Parks Can Help Your Quality Of Life Grow Greater
When it comes to improving your health and happiness, research suggests, living near a park is a great move.
When It Comes To Making Resolutions, June Is The New January
Stay active in hot weather by taking your workout indoors.
Sun Smart Schools: Teaching Students Sun Safety In Nevada
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States but in many cases it can be prevented.
The ABCs Of IBD Treatments
When you're an active member of your health care team, you and your doctor can come up with the best treatment for you.
Increasing IBD Patient Participation In Clinical Trials
Clinical trials can lead to new and better treatments.
Hearing Loss Need Not Be A Struggle For All Involved
Hearing aids do more than help you hear. They can transform the way you interact with the world.
America Can Put Martin Luther King's Philosophy Of Love Into Practice Today
We don't have to ask what Martin Luther King Jr. would say to us, if he'd lived to see this moment in our history.
How Your Next Dental Visit Could Save Your Life
Your dentist may be the first to spot serious medical problems, such as cancer, while they're easiest to treat.
A Heart Disease Risk Even Your Doctor May Not Know About
It's a healthy idea to know all your cholesterol numbers, no matter how fit you feel.
What's This Bump On My Foot?
Bumps on feet can signal serious or nonserious conditions, so it's best to have all bumps properly examined by a foot and ankle surgeon.
How To Find Balance This Year Between Fitness And Your Social Life
Stay committed to your balanced lifestyle this year with Truly Spiked & Sparkling.
How Americans In 'Food Deserts' Or 'Food Swamps' Can Still Fight Off Obesity
It's never too early or too late to make positive changes in your diet or fitness.
Medical Debt Guide: How To Deal With High Medical Bills
There are various options available when it comes to choosing coverage and paying for medical care costs.
What You Need To Know About Dental Implants
Implant treatment is considered standard of care and has the best long-term success rate.
Unique Mushroom Extract AHCC® Shows Promise For Lyme Disease
New way to alleviate Lyme disease symptoms.
Keep The Spring In Your Step: Good Reasons To Exercise After Age 50
There are ways to train without undo strain.
Good Nutrition Made Easy For Older Adults
Older people can help their own health by watching what they eat.
Out With The Old, In With The Old-Inspired: Retro-Feeling Essentials Make At-Home Fitness Fun Again
Four ways to make healthy living more fun.
Help Detector Dogs: Don't Pack A Pest
Invasive pests cost America $40 billion a year—you can help stop them.
Five Spring Vacation Tips
If you'll be spending time in sun-kissed climates on your next vacation, these tips can help you keep your skin and lips soft and moisturized.
How Accident Victims Can Find Justice
An American is accidentally injured every second. If you're ever among them, there are things you should know.
A Honey Of A Solution To Rough, Dry Skin
Simple ways honey can help dry skin feel more supple.
Know Your Risk Of Heart Disease
For a growing number of American women, knowing their numbers may just save their life.
Understanding Crohn's Disease And Ulcerative Colitis
If you're among the 1.6 million Americans with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, there are a few facts you may find helpful to know.
Reuniting Long-Lost Loved Ones
Imagine your loved ones are caught up in an international disaster or armed conflict and you have no idea whether they're safe. Fortunately, the world's largest humanitarian network can help.
What You Should Know About Heart Valve Disease
Here's health information to take to heart.
Healthy Living And Macular Degeneration: Tips To Protect Your Vision
Health news you may be glad to see.
Atrial Fibrillation: When The Heart Skips A Beat
Atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart-beat, can cause chaos over time—but there are ways to treat it.
My Vision Is Blurry, But Eyeglasses Don't Help
Some eye conditions cannot be corrected with eyeglasses—but they can be helped.
How To C.A.R.E. About Being Your Best
C.A.R.E to live a healthier, happier, more active lifestyle.
Five Reasons Your Hearing Aids Should Connect To Your Smartphone
Now hear this.
Why—And How—To 'Heart' Your Kidneys, Every Day
Your kidneys are as essential to life as other vital organs, such as your heart.
It's Flu Season: CDC Reminds Public That Antibiotics Do Not Treat Flu
Everyone 6 months or older should get a yearly flu vaccine.
Facing a Serious Health Condition—Stories of Strength and Life with a Rare Lung Disease
Learn how people living with a serious disease find their strength.
Protecting Your Privacy
Some people are taking an unhealthy interest in your medical information—but they can be stopped.
How To Help Sick Friends And Family Near And Far
Mind-Body Workshops Help Military Heroes Heal
Tools and resources for coping with stress and trauma.
Two Pilot Clinical Studies Show Promising Results: AHCC Mushroom Extract May Eradicate Recurrent HPV Infections in Women
Scientists have found a way to use a mushroom extract to help women infected with HPV.
Living Well With Dementia In The Community
More support is available for people with dementia and their caregivers than ever before.
How Older Adults Can Combat Loneliness And Social Isolation Through Exercise
An exercise class can be a great place for older people to make new friends.
Keep Your Brain Fit
Scientific evidence points to the important role of hearing health in maintaining quality of life long-term.
How To Look Out For Your Lips This Winter
When it's cold outside—and hot and dry inside—your lips need extra care to stay soft and feel comfortable. Here are five tips that can help.
Five Tips To Help Minnesotans Quit Smoking
If you or someone you care about would like to quit smoking, here are five steps that can help.
Live Life Well: Keeping Your Resolutions In 2018
Next year could be better than ever for you.
Give The Gift Of Sight This Holiday Season
Take steps to protect your sight.
Use Your Brain To Tackle Tinnitus
Sometimes, the problem with hearing loss is not just that you can't hear sounds that are there, it's that you can hear sounds that are not.
Finding Help With Expensive Medications
If you or someone you love has a chronic disease or a life-threatening condition, pharmaceutical manufacturers offer you a gift of hope.
Get Help Taking Your Medicine
If you have a hard time keeping track of what meds you need to take when, your pharmacist can help.
Medical Device Professional Living With Diabetes Now Uses The Insulin Pump He Helped Get Approved In The U.S.
Insulin pump technology can help people with diabetes enjoy greater freedom and better health.
Reducing Your Risk Of Heart Attack
Protect heart health with diet, exercise and taking prescribed medication.
Tips For A Stress-Free Holiday Season
Keep stress at bay and stay in the holiday spirit.
The Truth About Alcohol During The Holidays: How To Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Responsibly)
Steps to reduce the risks of overindulging in drinking during the holiday season.
Four Big Reasons For Little Kids To See An Orthodontist
Although parents may assume that they must wait until a child has all of his or her permanent teeth before seeing an orthodontist, all children should get a checkup with an orthodontist no later than age 7.
Tackling Depression Can Lead To A Happier New Year
Expert advice on handling depression and the blues.
Tips For Coping With Depression While Traveling
Don't let the stress of travel make depression worse.
New Survey Finds Teen Acne Can Take The 'Self' Out Of Selfie
Teens today don't have to let acne get in the way of engaging with friends through a typical teenage activity.
Top Five Tips To Stay Fit This Holiday Season
Don't let your fitness and diet goals get pushed to the side during the holidays.
How To Deal With DOMS
Don't let a few aches and pains put you off your exercise routine.
Tips To Help You Get Ahead Of Sepsis
Pay attention to infections. If an infection doesn't get better, seek medical care immediately.
Bring Your Exercise Routine In From The Cold
Staying in shape when it's cold out doesn't need to be a challenge.
Five Reasons To Get Your Hearing Tested Today
It's a good idea to get your hearing checked.
National Survey Reveals Most Americans Are Unaware Of Key Cancer Risk Factors
Reducing cancer risk may be simpler than you realize.
Older People Improve Life For Others And Themselves
Many older Americans have discovered sharing their accumulated wisdom with others who need help can be a big win all around.
Combating The Opioid Epidemic In Appalachia
Individuals, government agencies, and businesses are taking steps to reduce the opioid crisis—and you can be part of the solution.
Managing A COPD Diagnosis—Tips For Living Well
It can be confusing and scary when you first find out that you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a leading cause of death in the United States—but there are ways to keep living life to the fullest.