Spring Time Means Pollen

Springtime means warmer weather, but blooming trees can make it difficult to enjoy all that the outdoors have to offer this time of year. As trees get their leaves back, their flowers release fine grains of pollen, which can easily get into your nose, eyes, and throat. Blooming trees are hard to avoid. However, it…

February is Heart Month

Heart disease is the top killer in the United States. Fortunately, if you live a heart-healthy lifestyle, then you can prevent this condition. There are some things that you can do to protect your heart. See Your Doctor You may have risk factors for heart disease. For example, if you are a male who is…

New Year, Healthy You

Wellness and the New Year Get Healthy for the Beginning of a Fresh New Calendar Year The start of a new calendar year can be a great opportunity for anyone to start anew. It doesn’t matter if you want to change the course of your career or educational path. It doesn’t matter if you want…

Stay Healthy during the Holidays

During the holidays, you may worry about staying healthy. In addition to having a lot of fun activities to participate in at home or in your neighborhood throughout the holidays, you may want to travel for hundreds of miles to visit relatives or friends. Here are some of the best ways to remain mentally and…

Back-to-school Physicals

The end of the summer is a time when families are getting in last-minute vacations, barbecues and block parties; however, it’s also the season for back-to-school preparation. As parents, understanding the importance of back-to-school physicals is imperative. Fulfilling School Requirements Chances are that your children’s schools require them to have this important annual physical. As the…