Turns out making health possible is about a lot more than taking care of your physical body.
Heart Health Education
A healthy heart is a foundation for a healthy life.…
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Low-Cost Labs Help You Manage Your Health—And Your Budget
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5 Quick Ways to Stay Healthy This Flu Season
Though there are signs that the 2018 flu season is…
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How to Prepare for Your First Pap Smear
For most women, turning 21 has an odd caveat to go with the milestone: their first pap smear. A pap smear (also known as a pap test) is a vaginal exam that screens for cervical cancer.
Bike Safety Tips to Ride Happier and Healthier
Spring is (finally) here, and with it all the fun outdoor activities we’ve been waiting for. Especially biking. But before you jump on Big Red (let’s be honest, everyone has a name for their bike) to get some fresh air and exercise, be prepared.
Break the Insomnia Cycle, Without Pills
Nearly 38 million Americans take the sleep prescription for their insomnia. A significant fraction suffers strange side effects.
When should you go to immediate care? Or the ER? Or your doctor?
Wouldn’t it be nice if you never had any health problems—or if, when you did have them, they always happened during the work week at around 9:30 in the morning?