Learn how to live and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle for the whole family.
Tips for Managing Diabetes
While diabetes is a serious condition, it is manageable — especially if diagnosed early. Here are tips for managing it in daily life.
Top-performing health systems focus on improving across the continuum of care
Efforts to effectively manage patients after they've been discharged is a key feature distinguishing high-performing health systems from their peers in Truven Health Analytics' seventh annual ranking of top-performing systems.
Community Foundation Update (10/17/15)
News and staff announcements from community foundations around the country....
10 Ways to Save Time and Money at the Grocery Store
With so many choices on today's grocery store shelves, it's easy to get overwhelmed. Make shopping easier by following these 10 guidelines.
'Survivor: David vs. Goliath' recap: The women take control
We all kinda knew it. Or suspected it, at the very least. There was anecdotal evidence. There was circumstantial evidence.…
Nutrition Tips for Older Adults
Eating healthy food packed with vitamins and minerals is important at any age. As people get older, however, changes in the body can affect how it processes food. Certain nutrients will become more important for maintaining and promoting good health. Below are some nutrition tips to help you stay healthy as you age. Eat less, … Continued
Straight Talk About Palliative Care: What Everyone Should Know
Misconceptions abound, but doctors and nurses in palliative care help patients live as comfortably as possible while other doctors battle the underlying causes of their usually fatal illness. The Wall Street Journal interviews Dr. Diane Meier of the Center to Advance Palliative Care.
Sleep apnea influences how the brain works
New research finds that looking at chemicals in the brain could help those who suffer from sleep apnea.
Why caring for your second brain can improve your health
We know that the brain plays a key role in all of our bodily functions – it’s the center of our intelligence and the controller of our movements and behaviors. But did you know that