Keeping your live Christmas tree watered is a must. Watch this dramatic video to see why.
For people who have lost a loved one, holiday celebrations can trigger an avalanche of emotion.
“The holidays are stressful for people in general, so if you add grief on top of that, it can become overwhelming,” says Jill Wilke, director of Lake Regional Palliative Care, Home Health & Hospice. “There’s no avoiding this season, though, so people need healthy coping strategies to help them manage their feelings.”
Surviving cancer is one thing. Living well after a cancer diagnosis is another. That’s why in addition to providing cancer treatments, Lake Regional Cancer Center provides support to help people find a good new normal. Re-Live, Yoga Flow and support groups are among the offerings.
Ask a woman to name a sign or symptom of breast cancer, and chances are she’d say a lump in the breast.
She’d be right, of course. A new lump or mass is the most common symptom of breast cancer. But it’s not the only one.
Think you know a lot about breast cancer? These five facts may still surprise you.
Kids need at least 60 minutes of physical activity daily. Parents, you can help your children fit in that activity by limiting their screen time. Here's how to make it happen.
Caregiving can be rewarding but difficult. Learn how you can put yourself back on the priority list.
Learn how medications can impact nursing mothers and their babies.
You’ve heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, but what about tarsal tunnel syndrome?
The problems are similar but instead of affecting the wrist and hand, tarsal tunnel syndrome affects the foot.
First comes the itching, then a red rash and finally blisters. These symptoms of poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac can ruin summer plans. Watch a video to help you identify these plants so you can avoid their special kind of misery, and get treatment tips.