Let’s Keep Those Lungs Healthy
You might know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, but October is also Healthy Lung Month. As the temperature drops and seasonal allergies kick up, it’s the perfect time of year to give our lungs a little TLC.
Prevention Tips for Common School Ailments
School is officially back in session. So, it’s pretty likely that you – or someone you know – now has a child in school. With having to keep track of homework, sports schedules, and play dates, it can all get overwhelming. Fast. Here are the most common injuries/illness as well as some tips to avoid them.
A Healthy and Happy Labor Day
As we say goodbye to summer with our Labor Day hoorahs, it can be easier to justify taking the day off from your health and wellness goals. But you don’t have to sacrifice your wellness gains in order to enjoy the day. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind…
Early Heart Disease Prevention
You might know that heart disease is the leading killer among Americans (it’s the cause for 1 in 4 deaths according to the CDC). But, did you know there is a test that you could take to aid in early detection? The test is non-invasive, takes about 15 minutes, and is covered by almost all health insurance providers. It’s called an ABI, and it determines whether or not you have Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
National Immunization Month
With more and more health information available at our fingertips, and with every expert hopping up with their tip or trick for wellness, it can be easy to lose sight of some of the simplest things we can do to stay healthy. One of the simplest things is ensuring you and your family stay on top of your immunizations.
End of Summer Safety
School is starting, and Labor Day is fast approaching. However, there’s still time to squeeze a little fun and sun out of what’s left of the summer. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep your last few weeks of summer fun healthy and safe…