Flu Season Is Coming, Are You Ready? Tips To Prevent The Flu

School is back in session, which means you'll be running all over the place for school or sports activities. With all of this running and added stress of homework, it can cause a lowered immunity can lead to illness including the flu. If your child does end up with the flu, it can spread quickly throughout your home affecting your other children and even you parents. To help prevent the flu this season, there are things you can do. [Read More]

3 Things To Consider When Choosing A Nutrition Program

If you want to lose weight or feel like you need to overhaul your eating habits to live a healthier lifestyle, a nutrition program is one option to help you make permanent changes to your diet. However, before you invest your time and resources in a specific program, you need to check that it's the right fit for your needs. Here are three things to keep in mind as you explore potential nutrition plans. [Read More]

3 Anti-Aging Skin Treatments You Should Know About

If you're like most people, you want to put your best face forward at all times, and you're undoubtedly aware that, as time goes by, facial skin develops fine lines and wrinkles, as well as begins to sag and droop. You're probably also skeptical of claims made by cosmetic companies concerning anti-aging skin treatment products — after all, the concept of hope in a jar has been around for a long time, and most of them have had minimal results. [Read More]

Recovering from Rotator Cuff Surgery: A Guide for Patients

Tearing your rotator cuff can lead to a lot of pain and discomfort. A few people are able to recover with just cortisone injections and a lot of rest, but most of the time, surgery is required in order to recover full range of motion of your shoulder. When all is said and done, you will feel better, but the recovery process following surgery can be a bit painful and difficult to navigate. [Read More]