Making strong choices every day
They say “you are what you eat,” but you’re actually the result of many things. The exercise and rest you get. What you drink and what you breathe. Even your genes and the company you keep. It all contributes to your physical, mental, social, and spiritual wellbeing.
You may also be managing the health of your family-a big and potentially rewarding responsibility. Read on and discover ways for living a good life together. Enjoy the best “you” you all can be.
HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention: What You Should Know
HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention efforts have improved vastly over the past several decades. People can now live healthy, vibrant lives with the virus, and they can even reach standard life expectancies.
6 Tips for New Moms From Moms Who've Been There
You just had a baby -- congratulations! Chances are that you're in the thick of the newborn days, learning how to adjust to life with your precious new child. But as amazing as first-time parenthood is, it does come with its own set of surprises and struggles. What should you know to make the transition easier for both you and your baby?
What Are Allergy Shots and Are They Right for You?
From the nuisance of hay fever to a life-threatening sensitivity to bee stings or peanuts, your life can be dramatically altered by an allergy. Yet, whether it's you or your child, you can find hope in understanding allergy shots and how they can reduce your sensitivity to allergens.
What Is Acupuncture and Can It Improve Your Health?
In recent decades, more individuals seeking medical treatment or preventive care have turned to Eastern medicinal practices alongside traditionally prescribed Western medicine. When it comes to practices like acupuncture, this has led to many questions, such as, "What is acupuncture?" and "Can it help with my particular ailments?"
How to Recognize and Prevent Asthma Symptoms
If you're among the 25 million Americans living with asthma, you probably already understand how important it is to prevent asthma symptoms. Knowing your triggers, understanding treatment options, and taking control of the disease will minimize the impact symptoms have on your daily life.