We all know that diet and exercise play a major role in heart health—it’s old news by now. So, if you’re someone who has their heart health routine down to a science—avoiding foods high in fat, sugar, and salt, and regularly getting moderate and vigorous exercise—there’s nothing to worry about, right? Maybe. Maybe not.

Published: 2018-02-10 13:51

With the holidays just around the corner, you know the drill—holiday songs on every radio station, festive parties to attend and special gifts to find. Heck, just reading this article, you can probably feel the stress starting to grow, right along with your to-do list. And if miraculously getting everything done wasn’t enough, you’re expected to be merry and jolly all season long or risk being called a Scrooge.

Published: 2017-12-11 13:51
Back to school kids

This time of year, nearly every parent starts feeling mildly overwhelmed as the back-to-school rush starts. Between school-supply shopping, scheduling routine wellness exams and picking out a wardrobe for the school year, there almost too many things to keep track of. 

Published: 2017-08-13 13:51
back pain

At this very moment, it is estimated that nearly 31 million Americans are experiencing back pain of some kind. Whether it’s stiffness after a bad night’s sleep, or pulling a muscle after weekend activities, you’ve likely dealt with the annoyance of back pain at some point. 

Published: 2017-07-24 09:02

drs appt 8 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Doctor’s Appointment

While many people may not realize it, your relationship with your primary care provider is one of the most important for your overall health. You should be able to trust your primary care provider with your most private health issues and concerns, and you should feel certain he or she is your partner in good health.