For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want you to be armed and prepared with 5 things you can do to take your risk for developing breast cancer into your own hands.
In honor of the upcoming National Women’s Health & Fitness Day, we’re giving you some ideas for quick ten-minute exercises that you can fit into any busy day!
Make your health and safety a top priority while caring for others, and use these helpful tips from our friends at Liberty Insurance Agency along the way!
For Psoriasis Awareness Month, we are digging deeper, and getting an up-close perspective on what it’s actually like to struggle and cope with the disease, and everything that goes with it.
If it’s been way too long since your last vacation, and you’re really jonesing for some rest and relaxation, don’t panic. We have tips and ideas for how even the busiest nurses can turn the rest of their summer days off into a blissful and peaceful “stay
You can still pack the rest of your summer full of fun activities on your days off! While those days may sometimes seem few and far between, we have ideas for how you can make them part of a “staycation” to remember!
We’ve put together a list of natural repellents you can use to keep the ticks at bay. Try them out on yourself, your loved ones, and even your furry four-legged family members, and let us know how you like them!
While there certainly are benefits to being active at work, being on your feet all day can sometimes be a pain…literally. Check out the helpful tips from our guest author, Helen Sanders—chief editor of HealthAmbition.com—and get those crying feet back to
Now that summer has officially arrived, it’s time to start talking about sun safety again. We want you to enjoy your time off as much as possible, and that requires staying healthy and safe, even when you’re relaxing at the lake or pool.
For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, our guest author, Orion Fox, describes her experience witnessing her mother develop early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, and then Frontotemporal Dementia. Her story sheds light on what far too many people must witne