Food allergies can be life-threatening, but don’t let it sour your holiday cheer. Read our guide to learn how you can safely navigate the holiday season.
As you get older, you might have more back pain and for some, develop lumbar spinal stenosis. Learn how at-home treatments can help and when to see a doctor.
Chest pain doesn’t always mean a heart attack. But it could. Here’s how to tell the difference between certain kinds of chest pain, and what to do about it.
Are you feeling pain in your lower back or hips? Try these exercises and stretches to get yourself back in alignment.
Telling the difference between ADHD and normal childlike behavior isn’t always easy. Learn more about ADHD, the warning signs and the benefits of medication.
Had a run-in with a scared or aggressive dog? This infographic gives step-by-step instructions for how to react when you or a child has been bitten.
Youth athletes who play a single sport are at greater risk for mental health challenges. Here’s why playing multiple sports boosts overall health.
Feeling pain in your feet and toes is no good, especially when it’s caused by your shoe. Here’s how over-the-counter insoles can help and when you should consider seeing your doctor.
Are you dealing with constipation? See if the squatty potty and other at-home remedies can help you return to regularity.
The Armer Foundation – a local non-profit for families with children with extreme medical needs – is hosting its third annual holiday toy drive to benefit the Banner Cardon Pediatric Intensive Care...
Navigating holiday food is tough, especially when you have diabetes. These expert tips can help keep your blood sugar stable during the holidays.
Thanksgiving isn’t all about stuffing yourself. Here are ten healthy activities to get your family and friends moving and healthy on turkey day.
Sexual health may be a concern for women (and men) for a variety of causes. Discover how to treat these issues and have a happy, healthy sex life again.
Dr. Dragovich said only about 10-15% of pancreatic cancer patients survive five years after diagnosis.
See how taking an ambulance to the hospital when having a heart attack could save your life and the lives of many others.