COVID-19 has intensified feelings to the extent that many of the things that used to bring cancer patients joy are now off-limits, like visiting loved ones and friends. Read More
Did you know that cancer can affect your teeth, gums and mouth? Learn about some dental health changes that can occur during cancer treatment. Read More
Salmonella is a common source of food poisoning and diarrhea. Read this article to find out how you can become infected. Read More
If you’re not careful about your eating habits during the holidays, you could end up ringing in the New Year a few pounds heavier. Read More
While you’re firing up the grill, catching up over great conversations consider these grill tips that will keep your plate looking healthy. Read More
Find out which types of pain could be symptoms of a health condition and what you can do about it. Read More
It’s more important to focus on your diet as a whole, and to understand how making smart food choices today can provide multiple benefits over the long run. Read More
Nutrition matters, both in terms of heart health and cancer risk. Here are some tips on how to modify your eating habits. Read More
Dr. Ana Velez, Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine, answers five questions about the flu vaccine. Read More
The positive effects of charitable giving can extend beyond your mental health and enhance your physical health too. Read More
Find out how to keep your turkey safe to eat and free from foodborne illness. Read More
While you enjoy time with family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to discuss family health history. Read More
To observe "Clean Hands Week" (Sept. 17-23), we talked to clinical specialist, Cassandra Vonnes, about the importance of hand washing when it comes to preventing the spread of germs and sickness. Read More
Many people are unaware that researchers have linked heavy drinking to an increased of several types of cancer. Read More
Foodborne illnesses can be easily prevented with proper food storage, careful preparation and hygienic practices. Read More
Like many people, you can probably come up with a long list of reasons and rationalizations – many of which are legitimate – that keep you away from doctors' offices. Read More
If the source of your tap water is a public water system, you can feel confident that it meets certain safety standards. Read More
So, should you be worried about eating the food you grill? The answer is less than straightforward. Read More
The main goal of Men’s Health Month in June is to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment among men. Read More
It’s important to wear sunglasses that adequately protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. Read More
If you’re interested in using safer and gentler household cleaning products, in some cases you can easily make your own environmentally friendly alternatives to the harsh chemical versions. Read More
"Eating a rainbow" is an easy way to remind yourself and your family to eat healthier by incorporating more fruits and veggies in your diet. Read More
National Women's Health Week, which begins on Mother’s Day, serves as a time to encourage women to take the necessary steps to improving their physical and mental health. Read More
Don’t be fooled by the enormous portions at many restaurants. Recommended serving sizes are actually a lot smaller than what you probably think they are. Read More
Like most people, you undoubtedly have a myriad of demands on your time and probably aren’t getting enough sleep. This is can be troubling because insufficient rest can be detrimental to your overall health and well-being. Read More
Studies show that currently one out of every three cancer cases could possibly have been prevented through simple lifestyle changes. Read More
Skin cancer screenings are important to help detect cancer early, when it's most treatable. The first step is to get familiar with your body and know what is normal. Read More
On Valentine's Day, there is no better way to open your heart and share your love than by celebrating National Donor Day. Read More
While cancer prevention techniques continue to evolve, all experts agree that cancer risk can be directly influenced by certain lifestyle choices. Read More
Healthy Weight Week, which is observed in January of each year, is not about crash dieting, dramatic weight loss or a number on a scale. Read More
Keeping track of every step you take and every calorie you burn might sound like a great way to enhance your health. But, do these popular devices really live up to all of the hype? Read More
If you’re a cancer survivor exercise can not only make you fitter, stronger and thinner – it can also help you live a longer, cancer-free life. Read More
Studies show that the majority of people who vow to shed pounds in an upcoming year do not follow through on their resolutions. Read More
Like many people, you’ll probably find that New Year’s resolutions are easier made than kept. Read More
Many teenagers like to live in the moment, focusing solely on the here and now. Sometimes, they don’t fully understand that some of the actions they take today can have repercussions that extend far into the future. Read More
You’re probably aware of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight, but you might be a little unclear as to what that really means. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not the same as being thin. Read More
Dr. Amber Orman shares her tips on how to eat healthier and avoid high-calorie pitfalls during the holidays. Read More
You might be wondering why an entire week has been dedicated to raising awareness of the simple act of handwashing. But, consider that handwashing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of infection. Read More
In addition to helping to ward off heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease, the omega-3 fatty acids that are plentiful in many fish oils are believed to have the potential to ease the symptoms of depression. Read More
While it's fun to eat out with friends and family during the holiday season, it's important to keep in mind that you may need to protect yourself from harmful bacteria if your immune system is decreased. Read More
Holidays are a great time of the year when we look forward to enjoying time with family, friends and tables filled with traditional foods, festive parties and tempting gifts of goodies. Read More
Some people are surprised to learn that breathing in secondhand smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar or pipe is just as hazardous as smoking itself. Read More
Thanksgiving is a day to feel thankful, enjoy the company of family and friends, cheer for a favorite football team and enjoy a colossal meal. For many, in addition to a heavenly pumpkin pie, the star of the show is a delicious turkey. Discover tips! Read More
The upcoming flu season is approaching. The flu is caused by a virus that is spread by coughing, sneezing and close contact with infected people. Read More
If you have trouble falling or staying asleep during your cancer treatment, research indicates you're not alone. Up to half of all cancer patients report having insomnia or other sleep disturbances at some point during their treatments. Read More
Maybe you’ve heard some of the promising claims about alkaline and coconut water that have circulating recently. For instance, some proponents of these so-called “super waters” maintain that they can promote the absorption of nutrients or prevent a variety of diseases (including cancer). Is this information too good to be true? Read More
It’s a new school year! That often means students are lugging around books, laptops, tablets, folders, paper and other heavy school supplies. And soon they’ll be spending hours working on assignments, homework and projects. Read More
Throughout the balmy summer months, insects are out in full force. Learn how to protect yourself while you're outdoors. Read More
National Women’s Health Week is celebrated as a reminder to all women to take steps that can help them live healthier and happier lives. Read More
Ten Traps to Avoid During the Holidays Read More
This could be your best time to put together a "survival plan" to help you stay fit during the holiday season. Read More
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