4 Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

As we all know, regular exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. But because of various injuries and/or health conditions, instead of running on a treadmill or jumping rope, many people (especially...

Health Benefits of Yoga

The health benefits of yoga were developed in India thousands of years ago, yoga has become an incredibly popular form of exercise in the United States. There are more than one hundred different types...

How to Prevent Glaucoma

Three million Americans have been diagnosed with glaucoma, and about 2 million are not aware that they have this disease. Since glaucoma often does not show symptoms, eye exams are needed to prevent the...

Social Wellness – Your Relationships Impact Your Health

There’s a lot of talk these days about your emotional, physical and mental wellness, but what about your social health? After all, your relationships with family and friends certainly impact your overall well-being. Think...

How to Prevent and Treat Low Vision and Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Low vision is a common eye condition that affects over 15 million Americans. Learn more about some of the causes of low vision and how you can better protect yourself and your loved ones. What...

5 Ways to Manage Stress

Stress is part of everyday life. In fact, the right amount of stress can help us in our jobs to make decisions and to meet a goal. But when stress is constant and lasts...

Caring for Your Parents

As our parents age, we often find ourselves facing a new responsibility — caring and worrying about their wellbeing. We want to support their wishes, which often include maintaining their independence at home while...

What Is A PCP and Why Do I Need One?

A primary care provider, or PCP, is your main point of contact for health care in non-emergency situations. Think of this type of health care provider as the quarterback of your entire health care...

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