Although bike riding is a great summer activity, it can also result in injuries ranging from minor scrapes and bruises to more serious broken bones or head injuries.
Don’t shy away from discussing and caring for your health.
Here are some treatments your doctor might suggest before surgery.
About 65,000 Americans will experience a stroke in May alone.
May is National Trauma Awareness Month.
May is Stroke Awareness Month.
Spring and summer can mean injuries and illness resulting visits to the doctor and emergency room.
CDC data suggests you can live 84. Here’s how to stay independent during those years.
Chronic pain is a serious condition that many live with on a daily basis. Here’s what you need to know.
Irritable bowel syndrome affects about 12 percent of the population, and more women than men.
Chronic wounds affect 6.7 million people in the United States, and counting.
April is Autism Awareness Month and the community is encouraged to “light it up blue” for these activities for the sensory-sensitive.
How does the ER work and when should you go?
What are primary and convenient care, and how do you know when to visit each?
This annual checkup sets teens up for overall healthy lifestyle and can spur important conversations and lessons about your child’s health.