Can 40 Top Doctors, Physicians, and Athletes Transform Your Body And Health?
Plant Based Online Event: world-renowned experts are coming together to end the guesswork on food and fitness
Why Don’t Teachers Get Training On Mental Health Disorders?
Teachers develop deep knowledge about their students through every interaction, yet when it comes to identifying mental health issues troubling their students, teachers are often unprepared.
10 Male Celebrities Who Are Smashing Mental Health Stereotypes
Why Is Massage Therapy Good for You?
Massage has been used since ancient times to relieve pain and promote healing. There are many different types of massage but most offer similar benefits. Massage is not typically considered a replacement for other types of medical care but can be used along with other methods of treatment to provide the best possible outcomes for patients. Consult...
10 Top Foods to Help Boost Heart Health
For American Heart Month, we share 10 common heart healthy foods that you can find in most grocery stores to stock your kitchen and help prevent heart disease.
Five ways hearing aids improve intimacy
Relationships are tough enough without the added strain of hearing loss.
Why people with kidney disease opt for palliative care over dialysis
Palliative care is a choice and for some the preferable option.
Red Cross Helps Devastated Communities
Our hearts are with the people of Alabama, where dangerous tornadoes touched down Sunday, causing fatalities and injuries. The American Red Cross is on the ground, helping people impacted by these deadly storms.
Edina Spinal Surgeon Stefano Sinicropi Offers Advice on Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment for...
Does your neck hurt before you even get out of bed in the morning? Does your low back ache after a day of wearing sky-high heels? Dr. Stefano Sinicropi, board-certified orthopedic surgeon with a subspecialty in spinal surgery, has advice for you and the estimated 80 percent of Americans who will experience spinal pain at some point in their lives. Sinicropi practices at the Midwest Spine and Brain Institute in Edina, as well as other locations throughout the Twin Cities.
Restaurant customer expresses gratitude with a $2,000 tip
A regular customer at a Washington, D.C. restaurant ate an order of gumbo and fried chicken — then left a $2,000 tip.