With winter fast approaching, the cold and flu season is just around the corner. So how can you avoid getting sick during the Holidays? Try to incorporate these 6 easy tips into your every day routines.... Read More
So you want to feel healthy, more energy, less stiff…then get out and walk! "Our bodies were built for this kind of motion, even more than for running…" Did you know the average person who isn't even on a "walking program" will walk 115,000 miles in a lifetime which is ... Read More
Your throat feels sore, your nose is "snuffy" and your body aches. The first question most folks ask is what do I have; the second question is, I wonder if I am contagious, and the last question is, should ... Read More
Paying attention to how we feel and being aware of new symptoms, aches, and pains is one of the most important ways we can help protect ourselves from serious medical conditions; through early detection!
These symptoms below ... Read More
The Movember Foundation is uniquely placed to address the crisis at a global level. We’re funding ground-breaking programs all over the world, engaging with men where they are, to understand what works best, to help make change happen sooner.... Read More
There are two types of injuries: acute/traumatic and chronic/cumulative. Acute injuries occur suddenly, such as a sprained ankle, pulled muscle, or broken bone. Chronic injuries relate to tissue damage that occurs over time as a result of repetitive strain, such ... Read More
Medical myths are beliefs that in some cases are based on fact, but most are simply misunderstood concepts about our bodies.
Medical Myth #1 Stress Is The Reason For Having Grey Hair:
Many people believe that ... Read More
Lets start with a quick over view of the hepatitis viruses:
Hepatitis A is an acute illness that never becomes chronic. This virus is transmitted through direct contact with feces or indirect fecal contamination of food ... Read More
Hepatitis B is not spread through causal contact such as hugging or kissing, and unlike hepatitis A, is not found in food or water. Hepatitis B is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver, and is spread ... Read More