Health & Wellness
Healthy Families

Healthy Families

Ovarian Cancer Though Mom may be the only one in the family to be at risk for an ovarian cancer diagnosis, it has the potential to affect husbands and kids too. Doug Barron and Chase Powell know that firsthand. After women in their lives experienced the disease, they each became… Read more...
What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

By Morgan A. McFarland That half-empty bottle of oxycodone in the back of your medicine cabinet may be more dangerous than you think. Prescription narcotic medications play an important role in pain management after injury or surgery, but for many people, use of prescription medication doesn't end when the injury… Read more...
Men’s Health: The Boys Are Back

Men’s Health: The Boys Are Back

By Kathy Kantorski Healthy lifestyle changes and regular check-ups make these men feel years younger! Annual check-ups are a crucial part of staying healthy – after all, you don't know what steps to take if you don't know where you're starting. In addition to your regular check-ups, it's especially important… Read more...
Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D

  by Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland Vitamin D is an essential component in absorbing calcium to the body and preventing several serious health problems. Our own bodies actually produce this vitamin, yet vitamin D deficiency has become widespread in the United States. Vitamin D deficiency has no reliable symptoms, either,… Read more...
Robert Pritchard - Worthy, Stroke survivor

After Stroke: The Road to Recovery

  By Amy Meadows You've been admitted to the hospital with symptoms like weakness on one side of your body, facial drooping and difficulty speaking. A CT scan and an MRI have confirmed what you and your family feared: you've had a stroke. What happens next? While there is ample… Read more...
Build Healthy Bones Today to Prevent Osteoporosis

Build Healthy Bones Today to Prevent Osteoporosis

By Morgan A. McLaughlin When most people hear the word "osteoporosis," they immediately think of a condition found only among older populations. After all, it seems that at some point we've all been warned that an elderly relative could "fall and break a hip," but in reality, it's not just… Read more...
Supplement Your Success

Supplement Your Success

By Taylor Arnold As we age, our bodies often set new limits for us that didn't exist in years past. Are supplements a good way to push past those limits, exercise at our maximum level and receive all the nutrients we need? Read on as we explore some common supplement… Read more...
Anxiety in Teens and Adults

Anxiety in Teens and Adults

By Karon Warren In today's busy world, everyone deals with stress. Family, work, friends, life – these all contribute to the organized chaos we face on a daily basis. And when it comes to coping with those stressors, we all experience some level of anxiety. Maybe we lose some sleep,… Read more...
Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

By Sarah K. Ricciardelli Grab the sappy cards and heart-shaped chocolates, folks – it's time for Valentine's Day. But if you are divorced or going through a divorce, the last thing you may want to celebrate is romance. Instead of worrying about a date, take this time to check in… Read more...
Your Heart, Your Health

Your Heart, Your Health

Your heart health is a many-sided issue in which your diet, exercise, family history and even your dental care play a role. In addition to being complicated, heart health is crucial to address because cardiovascular disease is America's leading cause of death in women over 65. To take better care… Read more...
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