The holidays are here and that means good food, good times, and good cheer. But all too often, holidays can become more about bad food, ill health and stress. Here are some holiday health tips to keep your holidays healthy and happy. Read More.
Flu season runs from October to May, but it’s never too late—and rarely too early—to get your flu shot. The 2017 flu season saw 49 million cases of the flu and almost a million trips to the hospital. It’s time to get prepared. Here are five reasons to head to your doctor, clinic or pharmacy to get the flu vaccine today. Read More.
Though Men’s Health Month has officially come and gone, it’s important to highlight the issues men have with their health all year long. Men who are considered overweight or obese are especially prone to a number of related health problems. Read More.
What You Can Do to Avoid the Effects of Sugar
The idea that sugar isn’t terribly good for us isn’t really news. It is well known in this day and age that sugar should be eaten in limited amounts, especially since so many products on the market are advertised as sugar-free or no added sugar. What may be less known is why sugar is bad for the body (aside from causing cavities and weight gain) and what can be done to cut down on the amount of sugar in your daily diet. Read More.
Nobody is a stranger to the fact that the flu season this year is especially harsh. Countless news outlets across the country have been continuously reporting the impact the disease has had on Americans, thousands of whom have died from it. Read More.
Diabetes is a disease where the amount of sugar in the blood (glucose) is too high because the body can’t take care of it properly. Even though some people are born with it (type 1 diabetes), in many cases diabetes happens—specifically, type 2 diabetes—because people have a family history of it and/or don’t take care of themselves properly.