How Does Pet Therapy Benefit People With Dementia?
Wondering about pet therapy and if it really helps people who have dementia? Learn more about the researched benefits of animal-assisted therapy.
10 Benefits Of Chiropractic
Chiropractors offer adjustments to improve spinal alignment and overall well-being before symptoms develop.
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.
How Gaps In Mental Health Care Play Out In Emergency Rooms
Psychiatric patients have longer ER stays than patients with physical problems, research shows, and have trouble finding inpatient care and follow-up treatment. Kids can be among the hardest hit.
Why Your Heart Loves Breakfast Even if You Don't
New studies show eating breakfast benefits your heart and can lower stroke, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity risk.
How to Raise an Emotionally Resilient Child
Emotional resilience is the ability to bounce back from stressful or difficult moments. Learn how you can help your child develop this important skill by setting aside ten minutes each day.
12 Lazy-Girl Beauty Tips
Would you rather snooze a few extra minutes in the morning or spend the time fussing with your hair? Yeah, we thought so. Here are our favorite low- to no-effort beauty tricks that will get you out the door fast -- and looking flawless.
The Top 8 Respiratory Illnesses and Diseases
Respiratory illnesses are a common problem in the United States. Learn about the most common types and the leading cause of respiratory diseases.
Smoking & Tobacco Use
Links to government and other resources with helpful information and strategies on how to quit tobacco use.
What Is The Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are often used interchangeably. Discover how the two diagnoses, while related, are remarkably different.