Besides receiving the flu shot, practicing cleanliness and good eating habits is key.
We’ve compiled a list of tips to help keep your holidays happy AND healthy! There’s no reason why you can’t make the most out of your holiday season while also keeping yourself feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the new year.
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!
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.
While healthy eating can feel like an exhausting or impossible task for a busy healthcare professional, there are helpful steps you can start to take for your nutrition now before winter even comes to an end! Let’s take the rest of this odd in-between mon
February 26th-March 4th is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, and we want to encourage you to be aware of the warning signs of eating disorders, know how to help yourself or your loved ones, and embrace this year’s theme: It’s Time to Talk about It
Friday, February 3rd marks the 15th Annual National Wear Red Day; a day when we pause and educate ourselves and others on the number one killer of women—heart disease.
Cervical cancer, one of the most preventable cancers, affects thousands of women in the United States each year. Let’s use our girl power for the rest of this month, and every month following, to spread the word about cervical health to our mothers, daug