The first visit to an OB-GYN can make a newly-pregnant mom anxious. Be prepared with questions to make sure you find a doctor who is not only qualified, but connects with you personally. Consider these to get started:
Kentucky moms can head downtown on Monday, Sept. 7 for the third annual Rally to Improve Birth and learn about all the pregnancy and childbirth options Lexington has to offer.
Is it possible that Thanksgiving has already come and gone? Is it that time of year to hit the malls and shop ‘til you drop?
Medicine can help you feel better. But if it is taken incorrectly, medicine can actually make you feel worse.
School has started — which is a good time for your family to start living a healthier lifestyle.
One in three U.S. adults – or 74.5 million people – have high blood pressure (HBP). Only 77.6% are aware of their condition. HBP (also called hypertension) occurs when blood moves through arteries at a higher pressure than normal. A normal blood pressure is less than 120/80. High blood pressure (HBP) is 140/90 or higher.
We hear so much about the physical toll that stress takes on our bodies. But how much do we really believe it? And even if we understand that stress could be slowly killing us, how can we avoid it?
What’s the secret to living to be 100 years old? One study shows that shopping may actually help a person live longer. A study found that elderly individuals who shopped every day are 27% less likely to die over a 10-year period, compared to people who shopped only weekly.