As the leaves change and the weather cools down, respiratory syncytial virus season begins to ramp up.
What was once a taboo subject now comes up in casual conversation. Thanks to social media, people are sharing their secrets to keep up with youthful appearances, including cosmetic fillers. With that openness are also misconceptions about one of the most popular cosmetic procedures – Botox.
Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in the world, affecting an estimated 9.2 million adults in the United States.
Navigating your health care can be overwhelming. During a visit with a provider, you could cover a plethora of topics from new diagnoses, prescription refill needs, how to manage a chronic condition and so much more. Taking an active role in your health care can help to eliminate potential confusion about your care, in making decisions about treatment, lead to a better understanding about prescriptions and place you in a better position to advocate for your healthcare needs.
We hear it all the time: eat healthily, get more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet, and food is fuel. While all of that is good advice, it can be a daunting task knowing where to start your nutrition journey.
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness month, so there is no better time to discuss the importance of colon cancer screening to prevent the second deadliest form of cancer in the United States.
You may have been told you don’t have the best rhythm; however, everyone has one form – in their hearts. Similar to moving to the beat of your favorite song, your heart might also have rhythm abnormalities. That’s where an electrophysiologist, like a dance teacher, can help get your rhythm back on track.
The weather is getting cooler, the breeze is picking up and the daylight is getting shorter. And, you know what that means; the holidays are right around the corner. Holiday gatherings with family and friends comes merriment, laughter and potential alcohol consumption.
Rosy cheeks, blushing, tickled pink – all terms that have been coined over time as terms of endearment and are usually associated with the color of our face after experiencing an emotion. However, in some, having a rosy complexion could be caused by an underlying skin condition.