Whether you've mastered a couple tricks and trades during quarantine or feel like you've accomplished nothing, mental health experts urge caution when it comes to social media now and always.
While fireworks often bring families together, and stands where they are sold serve as fundraisers for local groups, consumer fireworks can be extremely dangerous for children. That’s why the American Academy of Pediatrics discourages families from purchasing and using them.
While doctors, nurses and medical staff might be the most visible people caring for you during your hospital stay, there’s a small army of people behind closed doors also caring for you – health care risk managers.
Pelvic exams are powerful tools in gynecological health and cervical cancer prevention. They also can feel invasive, uncomfortable and, frankly, a little weird. But knowing what to expect during an exam can help ease anxiety.
Is it safe to dine out? Visit a splash pad? Stay in a hotel? Here's a list of some popular summer activities and the level of risk tied to each of them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While each of our lives has been impacted by COVID-19, returning to work may cause a range of challenges, reactions and emotions. This is new territory for all of us, and we need to have patience with ourselves and others.
While migraines are a common medical problem, your story is unique, and your primary care provider can help you take control.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, respiratory therapists have become the unsung heroes on the front lines as they work side by side with doctors and nurses.
As we seek to care for, protect and honor older adults, here are some things to keep in mind.
Parents are on edge with growing reports of links between COVID-19 and the recently named Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C). As doctors and experts race for answers, let’s break down what we do know.