Choosing Care: How a Primary Care Provider Improves Health and Wellness
How to select a primary care provider can be difficult. See 6 things that could help you decide.
7 Breast Cancer Prevention Tips
The Susan G. Komen Foundation estimates that among women in the U.S. there will be 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer and 61,000 new cases of in situ cancer and 40,450 breast cancer deaths. There are several things that women can to help prevent breast cancer.
6 Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health
Owning a pet can ward off depression, lower blood pressure, and boost immunity. It may even improve your social life.
Should I Go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care?
You can face a tough decision when an accident or sickness occurs outside your doctor's normal business hours.
How to Choose a Physician
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare offers a step-by-step guide to helping you choose a physician who's right for you and your family.
Infographic: 6 tips to help manage your weight
If you are struggling with the number on the scale, these suggestions can help you stay healthy and fit.
Cone Health Honors Top Nurses and Nursing Support Staff
Stroke Recovery: What to Expect
Published October 15, 2013 With so much left unknown about how the brain repairs itself after a stroke, it is hard to predict exactly how much a patient will recover. However, with the help of medical rehabilitation, post-stroke patients can achieve the best possible long-term outcome More than 700,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year and 10 percent of them recover almost completely , 25 percent recover with minor impairments, 40 percent experience moderate to severe impairments and 10 percent require care at a long-term care facility. For all of these survivors, rehabilitation can substantially help them relearn skills such as talking, eating, dressing and walking, that were lost due to brain damage…
Former homeless man talks about why some homeless people refuse to sleep in shelters
We begin this year's coverage of Denver's homelessness crisis by exploring the single most-asked question we got last year: why do so many of the city's homeless refuse to sleep in shelters?
Halloween the Healthy Way
Family health information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)