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The second leading cause of blindness, glaucoma most often is caused by high pressure buildup of fluid within the eye. Are you at risk? Read more to find out.
It's time to look at your family’s own preparation efforts to deal with emergencies at home and in your own neighborhood.
Stress is part of life. No matter how skillfully we defuse it or how hard we try to avoid it, stress comes. And when our hearts have had too much, takotsubo can kick in.
“This law is intended to protect the health and well-being of newborn babies and we respect the courage it takes to make that decision.,” said Community Regional Emergency Department director Garth Wade.
When your weight loss plateaus, it leaves you wondering, “What am I doing wrong?” The answer may be your body's "set point".
Looking to stay heart healthy? Here are five basic heart healthy changes you should make in your life.
We celebrated National Wear Red Day to raise awareness about women's heart disease and stroke.
Sleeping is a basic human need, like eating, drinking and breathing. But overall, people are not getting enough sleep. Why is sleep so important? We spoke to our Fitness Manager Tim Clark!
An important step toward boosting your heart health is being physically active. But did you know there are three different types of exercise that play a role in an effective fitness routine?
A blood donation is needed every two seconds. What if everyone decided they didn’t need to donate because someone else would? Would there be enough blood available when you or a loved one needed it?
If you are considering weight-loss or bariatric surgery, you have a lot of information to sort through. But, how do you know what’s true and what isn't?
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is known to cause severe illness or death in children. What most people don’t know is it can adversely affect adults too
During the winter, emergency rooms see more and more injuries involving liquid or steamed burns, known as scalds. Read this for ways to reduce your risk!
Radiation treatment is one of the most proven ways of beating prostate cancer, but it can also have some downsides. Doctors at Community Cancer Institute are using a new technique to reduce and even eliminate those side effects.
Every winter the signs go up in hospitals stopping anyone 12 or younger from visiting patients and often limiting visitors to two at a time in hospital rooms.
Ergonomics is the process of designing the workspace and equipment to the person. How do you do it? We spoke with our Employee Health Safety team for tips.
When the weather is cold and the days are short, it’s easy to not prioritize your health. However, setting manageable goals leads to better habits and a healthier winter.
When you drove to work this morning, how many times did you adjust the radio? Get lost in thought about the work day ahead? That's distracted driving.
Research shows about 11% of women in the United States between the ages of 15 and 44 are affected by endometriosis. But what exactly is it? We spoke to Dr. Carolina Sueldo with Women's Specialty & Fertility Center.
The emotion you experience when you give a gift – seeing the smile and happiness come over the other person – is more than just a warm and fuzzy feeling.
One study tells you that chocolate will make you healthier. The next tells you it’s bad for you. Which should you believe? Ask yourself these six questions before you trust (or share) the next study you read.
In one year, traumatic brain injuries (or TBI) accounted for nearly 2.2 million emergency department visits and 50,000 deaths. Although common in sports, TBIs can happen anywhere to anyone.
Climbing a ladder seems like a simple chore as you decorate for the holidays, but it could become a life-changing accident. Follow these tips to stay safe while decking the halls.
Many teens are failing to get the sleep they require for optimal health and the sleep needed to succeed academically. There are steps parents can take to help teens develop good sleep habits.
As youngsters we’re taught to wash our hands before eating meals, but it’s important to remember germs don’t care what time of day it is. Clean hands prevent illness. Let’s review some handy tips from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to protect you, your family and others.