Health and Wellness
One out of every six health care dollars is spent on treating cardiovascular diseases.
Are Stem Cells the Next Frontier of Medicine?
Joint pain shouldn’t keep you from enjoying an active and rewarding lifestyle.
The world will never forget the day when four young men from Liverpool, England, walked onto the stage of “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964.
Floyd and Linda Cotton have been doing a lot of new clothes shopping lately.
The holidays pass us by as quickly as the cold winds blow. Come January, the seasonal events are over and a peaceful quietness abounds after New Year’s Eve parties subside.
Read through any newspaper, pick up any magazine, flip through any channel...and you’ll see them. Hormones are everywhere. It seems Americans have become completely obsessed them.
Considering the history of the antibiotic, stem cells could be the next penicillin.
—for many of us, there’s still one inevitable certainty: Exercise begins at 50.
He has successfully climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and completed 22 half-marathons and three full marathons…all with two prosthetic legs.
Sue Pepper, a special education teacher who lives in Chandler, figures she’s gained and lost hundreds of pounds over the years. There wasn’t a fad diet she hadn’t tried. She would lose weight, get back into her clothes and then go right back to her old eating habits.
Ann Lewis fondly remembers the father of her childhood—a strong, proud man who headed up the buildings and grounds department at a college in Massachusetts.
In a world of fast-paced developments in technology, it’s important to stay informed of new advances– especially when it comes to healthcare. Many technologies used in therapy can promote recovery and benefit a wide range of patients.
I’m working out with weights in the gym—pressing 17.5 pounders above my head and then squatting and bringing them down to my ankles. After counting 16 reps, I stand the weights upright in front of me and look at myself in the mirror.
The surgery for an excision of a lump on my right breast was performed on a Monday morning. I’m groggy after my outpatient procedure and stumble around my house trying to act normal; clumsily fixing myself something to eat, tidying up the kitchen, and playing with my dog.