Lots of people have new joints. Here’s what to know if you're considering one yourself.
When you have a chronic condition—an illness that can be managed, but not cured—just know you’re not alone. Watch for ideas to help you find your way with a chronic condition.
- Five reasons to explore your options for better joint health.
- Anyone can get varicose veins and spider veins. Here’s when to consider treating them.
- Learn how to separate fact from fiction when it comes to cancer treatment.
- Bariatric surgery is one of the most effective treatments for long-term weight loss.
- If knee pain holds you back, use this tool to consider your best next step.
- If you need to see a specialist or get a special test, you might need a referral. Here’s what to know.
- Achy, stiff knees or other joints? Here’s what to know.
- If you have chronic back pain, here are some options to explore.
- Managing your asthma is the best way to ensure you are keeping symptoms under control and your lungs healthy
- Are you ready to adopt healthier habits? Here's how to plan for your success.
- Boosters are now available for many people.
- Here’s a checklist to help you prepare for your next doctor visit.
- Arthritis can feel worse in cold, damp weather. See if these 12 tips help you feel better.
- Don’t suffer in silence. Treatment for chronic pain is available.
- It's more important than ever to know the signs and symptoms of heart attack and stroke.
- How to enjoy spring and summer even though you have a pollen allergy.
- Here’s what you need to know about bringing high cholesterol under control.
- Watch a recording of the webinar on heart-healthy habits for families.
- Not only can pursed-lip breathing help improve your lung health, it can also help you relax.
- Do you repeatedly say "sit down" or "pay attention" to your young student? Check these tips for parents of children with ADD/ADHD.
- As unpleasant as it is, it's still helpful for spotting what's wrong and how to treat it.
- Try these tips to feel healthier and maybe even younger
- Every bite we take, every move we make, can heal or hurt