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Five Ways to Protect Your Hearing at Any Age

Have you been turning the volume up more often lately? Maybe you're cranking up your favorite tune to drown out the noise of the subway or blasting the car radio...

What Your Respiratory Symptoms Could Mean

Fall doesn't just mark the arrival of stunning foliage, it's also the beginning of cold and flu season, which can last until early May. For some people, the transition from...

Apple Cider Vinegar: Potential Side Effects to Know

While consuming apple cider vinegar (ACV), fermented apple juice, has been touted to aid weight loss, regulate blood sugar, and other health benefits, there’s little in the way of scientific...

How Much Water You Should Drink?

Water is essential to our bodies. It helps with digestion, boosts weight loss, moisturizes skin and detoxifies.

What You Need to Know About This Year's Flu Season

Usually, flu season is fairly predictable. It generally runs from October through March, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) uses data from the previous year to determine...

What Your Pain Could Mean and What You Should Do

Trying to determine the best route to take when you're in pain is both confusing and stressful. It is helpful, however, to put the pain in context of any underlying...

An Expert's Glimpse into Insomnia

Are you having trouble sleeping? If so, you are not alone. Most people will have trouble sleeping at some point in their lives.

Signs You Have an STI and When to See a Doctor

A persistent itch, discharge or discomforting rash. Blisters, lesions, or unusual lumps. Blood in the urine or pain when urinating. Unexplained rash or persistent sore throat. These are all common...

Five Ways to Boost Your Immune System

2020 has proven to be an especially stressful year. So as cold and flu season approaches, taking care of your health— both mental and physical—is paramount.

Parental Resilience Strategies During COVID-19

COVID-19 has made the world of parenting a bit more challenging. While parents may not have the power to change the stressors brought on by the pandemic, they can work...