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4 Tips for Setting Achievable Goals

It’s that time of year when we make resolutions to improve the quality of our lives. New Year’s resolutions can vary from improving your health to better managing your time. And they can genuinely help us enhance the quality of our life if we set realistic goals and...

What Parents Should Know About Vaping

You’ve noticed that your 15-year-old daughter has been coughing a lot lately. You’re worried she might be sick. You ask her if she’s ever tried vaping, and she admits that she has been doing it for a while, and now vapes multiple times a day. You’ve heard about the...

I Think My Child Has a UTI – What Can I Do?

If your child is complaining of stomach pains, uses the bathroom frequently, or even wets the bed (despite being potty-trained), you might suspect a urinary tract infection (UTI). All children, from babies to teens, can get UTIs, but younger children face the highest...

Asthma During Pregnancy

If you are a pregnant woman with asthma, you can still have a happy, healthy pregnancy. However, it’s important to talk to your doctor about how you can best manage your asthma while pregnant. What Are the Complications of Asthma During Pregnancy? Most of the time,...

Why Do I Feel Sad in the Winter?

Everyone feels sad from time to time, but if you notice that you become depressed when the seasons change (especially in the winter), you may be suffering from a specific type of depression called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. How is SAD Different From Other...

Why Am I So Itchy?

Why Am I So Itchy? Although allergies are a common reason for itchy skin, especially when paired with a rash, many non-allergic conditions can cause itching. If you aren’t sure what’s causing your itchy skin, talk to your doctor. You can also use the following guide...

Neonatal Jaundice: Why Is My Baby Yellow?

Neonatal jaundice, also known as newborn jaundice, is a condition that causes a baby’s eyes, skin, and mouth to take on a yellow appearance.  Fortunately, this condition is not serious in most cases and goes away on its own. If your baby develops jaundice, your doctor...

Holiday Diabetes Awareness

November is diabetes awareness month. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and one in four of them don’t know they have it. They also report that diabetes is the 7th leading...

How Does Alcohol Affect Your Heart?

Some studies have linked moderate alcohol consumption with decreased heart disease risk. Other studies, however, have linked drinking alcoholic beverages with an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease. The only way to know whether drinking poses a threat to...

Exercising During Pregnancy Is Good for You & Your Baby

For most healthy women, exercising during pregnancy is not only safe but also healthy. However, you need to consult your OB/GYN before starting any type of exercise program. This is the only way to ensure that you don’t have any complications or risk factors that...

Itching During Pregnancy? You May Have Cholestasis

Some women experience severe itching of the hands and feet during late pregnancy. Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP), a liver disease that affects digestive fluid, may be the culprit. According to the American Liver Foundation, ICP occurs in approximately 1...

Coping with Chemotherapy Side Effects

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that every year in the United States, there are about 650,000 cancer patients that receive chemotherapy from an outpatient oncology clinic. Patients who are receiving chemotherapy are at risk for different side...