While your genes play a role in your overall health, many approaches allow you to keep your brain healthy as you age.
What has changed over the past several decades is that health literacy disappeared. People lost their ability to find, understand, evaluate, communicate, and use information to make informed decisions about their life.
Help and support from friends come in many forms—a hug when we’re feeling lonely, a celebratory moment when we’ve succeeded at a goal, or a smile of recognition.
Doctors, physician’s assistants, and nurses need to carefully consider the words they use.
To begin the transition from summer to fall plantings and to celebrate the garden volunteers, Canyon Ranch Institute held a two-part event on Saturday, August 23.
ASU, SCAD, SSU each offer expansive and inexpensive facilities for students
ONE OF the true tests of growing up is how you handle your first illness away from home. Do you take a NyQuil and hope to sleep off your illness, or do you go to the doctor?
There are three steps you can take to become an informed and active partner in your health care.
Healthy Savannah is a social movement dedicated to making Savannah a healthier place to live
Human relationships are complex, but your relationship with a pet is purer and simpler.